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22
Aug
2019
Come along to this FREE event, where donor Matt Bullock will be holding an information session on what to include in your scholarship application. This session will be followed by a pizza lunch where you have an opportunity to talk to the...
16
Aug
2019
Our work is based on materials engineering at the micro/nanoscales and deploy them for a range of applications in electronics, healthcare and environmental monitoring. The work involves three core areas. First, is the investigation of two-...
13
Aug
2019
What is Humanitarian Engineering?  Your engineering degree at ANU can help you obtain a deep understanding of the ways your knowledge and skills can help advance the well-being of humanity as a whole. Join the ANU College of Engineering...
31
Jul
2019
College Seminar Series: 'Cause we are living in a material world - Nick Birbilis
Materials play a key role in shaping our way of life. Undoubtedly, advances in materials (particularly structural materials) have contributed to the evolution of society, allowing bridges, aircraft, and even prosthetics into our lives. The...
29
Jul
2019
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is a platinum sponsor of the first ever Australian Hopper Down Under Conference, aimed to celebrate and empower women technologists in the Asia-Pacific. Hopper Down Under is a celebration...
25
Jul
2019
Complimentary to experiment, computational materials science is becoming increasingly important nowadays. This talk will cover several case studies based on first principles modelling and molecular dynamics simulations, including 1) point...
24
Jul
2019
Hardware prefetching is an effective technique for hiding cache miss latencies in modern processor designs. Prefetcher performance can be characterized by two main metrics that are generally at odds with one another: coverage, the fraction...
23
Jul
2019
Green Hydrogen with Carbon Electrodes Carbon – either as glassy carbon or graphene – is widely used as an electrode material. However, it is notoriously poor for hydrogen production. Much research effort worldwide has focused on finding...
19
Jul
2019
Professor Elanor Huntington warmly invites graduating students and College staff to the July Graduation Reception. Celebrate this momentous day with family, friends and classmates. There will be live music, a guest speaker, food, drinks...
18
Jul
2019
Chris Culbert joins us to discuss the lessons he has learnt from his career as NASA’s chief Technologist. Mr. Culbert has spent more than 30 years developing technologies and systems for human spaceflight at the NASA’s Johnson Space Center...

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