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09
Jul
2018
Since the development of the 4G LTE standards around 2010, the research communities both in academia and industry have been brainstorming to predict the use cases and scenarios of 2020s, to determine the corresponding technical...
09
Jul
2018
  Abstract: Water resources analysis and hydrologic modeling has advanced considerably over the last 50 years, evolving from simple mathematical representations of catchment processes, through to the complex and integrated modeling...
03
Jul
2018
The need for STEM workers in the United States (and elsewhere) is expected to grow at or above the national growth rate over the next decade (U.S. Department of Commerce, 2012). Furthermore, governments have focused a good deal of...
29
Jun
2018
Simon Engelkeabc (se357@cam.ac.uk) a Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EW, United Kingdom b Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering, 17 Charles Babbage Road, University of...
28
Jun
2018
Engineering and Computing at ANU is coming to the Western Sydney Careers Expo at the Dome, Sydney Showground. Chat to current student and staff about our flexible programs, accommodation options, scholarships,...
26
Jun
2018
In the 2018 JG Crawford Oration, Vint Cerf will explore areas where serious technical and policy efforts are needed to reinforce the utility of the Internet and diminish some of the harmful behaviors we are seeing. Some of the work will...
26
Jun
2018
Speaker: Emeritus Prof. Brian D. O. Anderson Social network analysis is a rich and exciting area of interdisciplinary research that has been tackled by many different scientific communities. Much research draws on ideas of control and...
26
Jun
2018
Looking to apply your research skills and knowledge for social benefit? Interested in social ventures but don’t know where to start? The ANU Technology Transfer Office is hosting the Social Enterprise Bootcamp, a full-day workshop for...
22
Jun
2018
Quantum Acoustics Acoustics is the study of the propagation of mechanical waves in matter. This can refer to the vibrations of bars or plates, or waves propagating in bulk or at a surface. In any case, one can identify modes of vibration...
22
Jun
2018
In this presentation, we will first review the global current trends in the photovoltaics research and market. This includes mainstream crystalline silicon with the emergence of so-called passivating contact structures, and recent advances...

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