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Jan
2020
Have you always dreamed of jet-setting around the globe? How about exploring new worlds?  Well get your passport and pack for every season, because we’re going on an adventure! This January we’re dreaming up new destinations, learning...
11
Jan
2020
Do you hold an offer to study at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) in February? Join our WeChat and WhatsApp groups for students commencing in Semester 1, 2020. Our friendly student ambassadors, who are currently...
20
Dec
2019
I will explore issues of critic design for generative adversarial networks. The talk will focus on integral probability metric (IPM) losses, specifically the Wasserstein loss as implemented in the WGAN-GP, and the MMD GAN. We will begin...
10
Dec
2019
Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, warmly invites graduating students and College staff to the December Graduation Reception. Celebrate this momentous day with family, friends and...
10
Dec
2019
In this presentation, we will explore the potential of the sharing economy to reduce the environmental impact of consumption and production activities, from the perspective of life cycle thinking. The way we consume products and services...
06
Dec
2019
Do you want to participate in user testing for the new CECS website? We are looking for participation from prospective students, current students, professional and academic university staff, parents, teachers and career advisors. Ten...
02
Dec
2019
Evolutionary science has helped us to understand the world in many ways. Exploring how aspects of dynamic biological and socio-economic systems have evolved allows us to predict and manage change, especially in more simple systems....
02
Dec
2019
Calls for a more human-centred approach to AI and machine learning have been constant in recent years. People, companies, NGOs, and political bodies are all demanding that AI-powered systems and products account for individuals' as well as...
29
Nov
2019
According to quantum theory, the energy exchange between physical systems is quantized. As a direct consequence, the minimum resolvable signal in metrology relying on optical readout is fundamentally limited by ‘quantum noise’....
28
Nov
2019
Industry leading women from government and academia will be talking about the projects they are working on to drive innovation. The topics will be a window into the technology and jobs of the future. The following speakers will be sharing...

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