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May
2018
Engineering and Computing at ANU is coming to the HSC and Careers Expo 2016 at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park. Chat to current student and staff about our flexible programs, accommodation options,...
29
May
2018
Abstract: To plan and carry out the activities of a hierarchically organized autonomous system, generally the planning and acting functions need to reflect the system's hierarchical organization. One approach for this is refinement...
29
May
2018
Spatial audio processing is the processing of real or imagined three dimensional sound environments including perceived spatial information such as the location of objects and the spatial qualities of room acoustics. Spatial audio is often...
25
May
2018
Join Dr Virginia Marshall, the ANU inaugural Indigenous Post-Doctoral Fellow for the ANU Reconciliation Week Lecture, 'Upstreamers & downstreamers:  Promoting investment in First Peoples through the creation of exclusive rights'. Dr...
24
May
2018
Curious about how a Master or PhD program can advance your skill-set, knowledge and career opportunities? Whether you are an experienced professional, or a recent graduate continuing your academics, the College of Engineering and Computer...
24
May
2018
Abstract: Recently, deep structured networks such as deep convolutional (CNN) and recurrent (RNN) neural networks have enjoyed great success. However, similar to most machine learning techniques, current deep learning approaches rely on...
24
May
2018
Abstract: Recently, deep structured networks such as deep convolutional (CNN) and recurrent (RNN) neural networks have enjoyed great success. However, similar to most machine learning techniques, current deep learning approaches rely on...
23
May
2018
Join an evening of fun and excitement as ANU and ABC try to break a Guinness World Record. This is a free community event and will include a live screening of Stargazing Live with Brian Cox and mini lectures with ANU astronomers moderated...
22
May
2018
The ability of human beings to utilize acoustic cues to estimate the spatial location of a target is of great practical and research importance, and numerous of models have been proposed to mimic this binaural localizing approach. This...
21
May
2018
This is a semi-annual event held at the end of every teaching semester. Final year engineering and computer science students present their final year research projects in the form of posters. The cutting edge research presented is done...

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