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18
Oct
2019
College Seminar Series: Plasma−matter interface
Plasma−matter interface The aim of this talk is to introduce the community to my current research and how it may benefits others in their research endeavours. My primary research field is the development and application of tools based on...
16
Oct
2019
Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009, blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies have rapidly expanded. A decade on, distributed ledger technology and digital currencies are reshaping the way businesses operate, offering a number of...
15
Oct
2019
The Grace Hopper Celebration is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. Held annually in the United States, it is organised by AnitaB.org  a social enterprise that supports women in technical fields, as well as the...
10
Oct
2019
Launch an idea, launch a startup, launch a career! TechLauncher is a program at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, which enables students to develop and practice the professional skills required to bring great ideas to...
03
Oct
2019
Discover how you can integrate engaging engineering activities into your classroom In this professional development event, teachers will learn the popular 'Floating Houses' workshop outlining how engineering can be applied in real word...
01
Oct
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...
27
Sep
2019
The aim of this talk is to trigger some discussion of how systems engineering approaches may be applied to emerging environmental challenges. While I am not an expert on this topic, I do see it as an important direction for RSEEME. I begin...
27
Sep
2019
EU data protection law vs algorithmic regulation: tilting at windmills? Recent legal reforms under the aegis of the European Union (EU) and Council of Europe have reinvigorated the European regulatory framework for protection of personal...
25
Sep
2019
College Seminar Series: Green lights, grim signs and guard rails: what does 'ethical' AI mean in practice?
Over the past few years, designing 'ethical' Artificial Intelligence (AI) and all that might encompass has captivated discussions across disciplines. From embedding ethical principles in machines, to expectations of humans designing...
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,...

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