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19
Apr
2017
Bioinformatics has become pivotal in analysing and understanding the diverse data generated in the biomedical sciences, and provides the rigorous framework that allows both the generation of new and testing of pre-stated biological...
19
Apr
2017
Dr Kurscheid will present two aspects of his research: 1.  How the integration of publicly available datasets was utilised to evaluate the discovery of DNA methylation’s effect on brain cancer progression. 2.  The use of multi-dimensional...
18
Apr
2017
The energy sector is in the midst of an exciting transition. Driven by new generation technologies and by infrastructure digitalization, the traditional way of transmitting, distributing and using energy is transforming a centralized...
11
Apr
2017
Join us to find out more about our unique degrees and majors in Engineering and Computer Science. Our staff will go through updates and key information about our degrees and be available for questions. What makes an ANU education different...
11
Apr
2017
Healthcare has many challenges in form of monitoring and predicting adverse events as healthcare associated infections or adverse drug events. All this can happen while treating a patient at the hospital for her disease. The research...
05
Apr
2017
The Age of Consequences is a gripping documentary film investigating the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity, migration and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability.   The film makes the...
05
Apr
2017
Event cameras, such as the Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS), are biologically inspired sensors that present a new paradigm on the way that dynamic visual information is acquired and processed. Each pixel of an event camera operates...
03
Apr
2017
Mr Simon Corbell will deliver a lecture on the role of state government policy to incentivise renewable energy, as part of the Wind Energy autumn session course. This lecture is open to all students and staff.   The Wind Energy course...
31
Mar
2017
College Seminar Series: Prof Steve Blackburn - Computer performance microscopy
In this talk, I describe a deep problem in computer performance analysis and our solution, Shim, which improves fidelity by three or more orders of magnitude.   Developers and architects spend a lot of time trying to understand and...
29
Mar
2017
Today's IT-systems store and process an abundance of data.  Some of this data represents private or secret information, and a crucial question is how to ensure that no such information is leaked. We focus on techniques that establish...

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