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20
Mar
2020
This activity has been cancelled, following the University’s announcement to cancel all public and social events until 20 June 2020. This is a precautionary measure to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community. For more...
13
Mar
2020
We're launching an inclusive space for women and gender diverse people - and we want you to get involved! GEECS (Gender Equity in Engineering and Computer Science) is a supportive, welcoming and inclusive networking space for women and...
11
Mar
2020
College Seminar Series: Academic or industrial?
At the end of every STEM PhD is a fork in the road: academic or industrial?  Intel Senior Fellow in Strategic Finance Brendan Traw will explore the value of a PhD as the starting point for a successful industrial career. Reflecting on his...
10
Mar
2020
Are you interested in undertaking a credit-bearing internship (COMP3820/COMP8830) as part of your Computer Science program in Semester 2, 2020? Would you like to hear more about the approved internship opportunities and how to apply in...
06
Mar
2020
It’s International Women’s Day on 6 March, and local scientists are coming to the pub to share their research. The evening will consist of eight short presentations about the amazing research that is going on here in Canberra, in the...
04
Mar
2020
Are you interested in undertaking a credit-bearing internship (COMP3820/COMP8830) as part of your Computer Science program in Semester 2, 2020? Would you like to hear more about the approved internship opportunities and how to apply in...
27
Feb
2020
Indigitek is coming to Canberra Indigitek is excited to present our first ever event in Canberra, with yarns from the deadly Rae Johnston. Rae is a multi-award-winning STEM journalist, Wiradjuri woman, mother, broadcaster, voice actor and...
27
Feb
2020
Supervised learning requires the specification of a loss function to minimise. While the theory of admissible losses from both a computational and statistical perspective is well-developed, these offer a panoply of different choices. In...
26
Feb
2020
College Seminar Series: Engineering optoelectronic materials for energy and health
How do we engineer optoelectrical materials for the future? And can these be used for sustainable health and energy systems? This is a main driving force through technological époques, as we work to discover new, more efficient, materials...
25
Feb
2020
One of the biggest social and environmental challenges of our time and the future is the mobility of people and goods. Transport is responsible for 15% of the global greenhouse gas emissions. Society needs to find solutions for this if we...

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