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20
Sep
2019
Modal Type Theory and its Semantics Dr. Ranald Clouston (RSCS) Type theory offers an alternative foundation for mathematics, particularly suited to automated proof checking. This talk will discuss the design of a new type theory,...
20
Sep
2019
Increasing industry engagement is highlighted as an essential part of creating impact for research and providing students real world experience to increase employability. Over the last 15 years of my career I have been engaging with...
12
Sep
2019
When picturing wilderness warriors, we often imagine them out in the bush. But some of the most critical preservation work is done with only a set of data, a computer and a curious mind.  This Spring, we’re unleashing our wild side to...
11
Sep
2019
Junior University Workshops: Rube Goldberg Machine
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is hosting a series of free workshops designed for primary school students in years 3-6 and their parents and carers. These hands on workshops will introduce participants to exciting...
06
Sep
2019
The complexity of hybrid energy systems and their dependence on embedded control software increases the difficulty in predicting interactions among the various components and subsystems. A modelling environment that can model not only the...
02
Sep
2019
This series of events will explore the mathematical connections between different areas of computational mathematics as well as the connections to computer science, statistics, pure mathematics and application domains. Mini-course/workshop...
31
Aug
2019
REGISTER NOW for the Biomedical Engineering: Get Slimed! workshop with Dr Kiara Bruggeman    Are you thinking about studying at university? Are you a parent, family member, or friend who is keen to help a loved one choose the right degree...
29
Aug
2019
Cities and the built environment shape our daily living but are also key to tackling global challenges, and foremost climate change. Many professionals from different fields contribute important analysis and sometimes exciting solutions to...
23
Aug
2019
Hi ladies! Join us for the ANU Engineering Students cocktail night night on Friday 23 August for the chance to meet and network with all the other fantastic women in the College.   Hear from Fifty/50, Robogals and our CECS reps about why...
23
Aug
2019
From the ancient Greco-Roman Classical Order to Le Corbusier’s Le Modulor, the human scale model for the built environment was based on the physical proportions of a 6ft male. In present-day urban design, these models which governed the...

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