This series hosted by Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science. The luncheon is held bi-monthly and provides an informal venue for academics in the College to discuss research of broad interest and is also focused on encouraging cross-discipline collaboration. The inaugural Dean's Luncheon took place on Thursday 30 October 2014.
12–1.30pm 24 Nov 2017
First the Cloud, then IOT and now AI The rapid deployment of applications for smart phones, laptops and tablets alike has accompanied by seismic changes in the...
12–1.30pm 27 Nov 2017
Search is an inherently interactive, non-deterministic and user-dependent process. This means that there are many different possible sequences of interactions...
12–1.30pm 8 Dec 2017
Improvement in manufacturing precision has been the driving force behind technological advancements throughout history. Atomically precise manufacturing (APM)...
- How Robots Have Politics – 1 Nov 2017
- Mobile, Snackable and Gamified Learning: What works, what doesn't? – 19 Sep 2017
- Top-Down and Bottom-Up Engineering Approaches to Understand and Build Adaptive Materials and Systems – 4 Sep 2017
- Prof Kylie Catchpole - Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Solar Cells for High Efficiency Photovoltaics – 7 Jul 2017
- Prof Steve Blackburn - Computer performance microscopy – 31 Mar 2017
- CECS Luncheon with Professor Andres Cuevas – 10 Oct 2016
- Nanoscale Engineering of Wearable Devices: a Promising Approach for Personalized and Preventive Medicine – 11 May 2016
- 15 Years of Universal Artificial Intelligence – 24 Sep 2015
- AI and Optimisation for Future Energy Systems – 19 Aug 2015
- Advances in thermal sciences for solar thermochecmical applications – 29 Jun 2015
- New era of Light Microscopy – 13 May 2015
- Why languages suck (and what we might do about it...) – 30 Oct 2014