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03
May
2019
Conceptual frameworks help us make sense of the world. They guide our judgement and inform our decision-making. But not all frameworks are equally valid or useful. How did we think about public policy in the past? What did we learn? How...
03
May
2019
Reimagine CoDesign: Reimagine CoDesign Workshops: Industry Partners
At ANU, we are reimagining the future of engineering and computer science education and we want your help. Please join us for a half day design thinking session where we explore questions critical to how we reshape our intellectual agenda...
01
May
2019
Talk Nerdy is a networking event run by Code Like a Girl, a social enterprise that empowers women and girls with confidence, tools, knowledge and support to thrive in the world of coding.  Talk Nerdy is an alternative take on the...
01
May
2019
Junior University Workshops: Floating Houses
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 workshops will introduce participants to exciting concepts and...
29
Apr
2019
Microbial organisms are abundant in nature. Even in the human body the amount of microbes present is much higher than the number of individual cells the human body is composed of. Hence a clear knowledge about microbes and their nature is...
16
Apr
2019
ANU has invited Australian Signals Directorate to run a 'Capture the Flag' event on campus. Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.   Participants work...
15
Apr
2019
With the goal of screening cells in an environment that mimics that of native tissue, we designed a hydrogel for 3D cell culture. With 3D cell culture, we gain an understanding of both cell invasion and cell viability, thereby providing...
15
Apr
2019
ANU has invited Australian Signals Directorate to run a 'Capture the Flag' event on campus. Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.   Participants work...
12
Apr
2019
Smart contracts on blockchain platforms (e.g., Ethereum) represent a software domain with critical correctness needs. Smart contract users and security auditors can greatly benefit from a mechanism to recover the original structure of...
11
Apr
2019
The solution of polynomial algebraic equations is common in the design of efficient numerical and optimisation techniques. Examples include highly accurate quadrature methods in numerical analysis and semi-definite programming relaxation...

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