Past events

20
Feb
2017
ANU Fifty50 invites you to participate in the inaugural STEM Scavenger Hunt! Trying to find your way around campus and don’t even know what Hancock is? Let us help navigate your way through the first week of Uni and win and range of...
16
Feb
2017
Fifty50 is thrilled to invite you to attend our O-Week High Tea to welcome all new female and female-identifying students in science, engineering and computer science at the ANU. The High Tea is a fantastic opportunity to meet your peers...
16
Feb
2017
Join representatives from the CECS Student Associations on a tour of the CECS precinct on campus immediately following the CECS Induction Session.  Learn the tricks of the trade from later-year Engineering and Computing students - where...
16
Feb
2017
The CECS Induction and Academic Advice sessions are your opportunity to get acquainted with your Academic College and staff, your new environment and most importantly, your class mates - who you will be studying with for the next 2-4 years...
15
Feb
2017
Individual researchers in Australian universities have a legal obligation to consider whether they may require a permit from the Commonwealth Defence Export Controls Office to physically export or electronically transfer regulated goods,...
13
Feb
2017
The Tuckwell Scholarship program offers the most transformational undergraduate scholarship in Australia. The vision behind the Scholarship is all about helping you make an impact on your community and the world by offering you unique...
10
Feb
2017
Matching is a broadly studied subfield of mechanism design that finds applications in school enrolments, internships, housing refugees, organ exchange, and of course, dating. Two-sided matching often builds on the seminal marriage market...
09
Feb
2017
The scatter-gather technique is a commonly-implemented approach to prevent cache-based timing attacks.  While the technique ensures that accesses to cache lines do not depend on secret data, it has secret-dependent access to memory...
02
Feb
2017
Abstract: In this talk, we outline a parallel two-way relaying - orthogonal frequency division multiple access (PTWR-OFDMA) scheme based on analog network coding. With PTWR-OFDMA, the mobile terminals (MTs) are divided into near-nodes (NNs...
02
Feb
2017
Department of Electronic Engineering of City University of Hong Kong is looking for academic talents from all over the world especially with scholarly interests and achievements in Millimetre Waves and THz, Control Systems, Nanotechnology...

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