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27
Feb
2020
Indigitek is coming to Canberra Indigitek is excited to present our first ever event in Canberra, with yarns from the deadly Rae Johnston. Rae is a multi-award-winning STEM journalist, Wiradjuri woman, mother, broadcaster, voice actor and...
27
Feb
2020
Supervised learning requires the specification of a loss function to minimise. While the theory of admissible losses from both a computational and statistical perspective is well-developed, these offer a panoply of different choices. In...
26
Feb
2020
College Seminar Series: Engineering optoelectronic materials for energy and health
How do we engineer optoelectrical materials for the future? And can these be used for sustainable health and energy systems? This is a main driving force through technological époques, as we work to discover new, more efficient, materials...
21
Feb
2020
On the extreme-scale computers of the future, faults will become increasingly common. In this technology, the number of individual components grows without a compensating improvement in reliability. Currently, achieving resilience is...
17
Feb
2020
What is Commencement? Commencement is the formal welcome for all new students at ANU. It's an opportunity to hear from the Vice-Chancellor, notable graduates and other great speakers about what makes ANU such an exciting place. Expect a...
11
Jan
2020
Do you hold an offer to study at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) in February? Join our WeChat and WhatsApp groups for students commencing in Semester 1, 2020. Our friendly student ambassadors, who are currently...
20
Dec
2019
I will explore issues of critic design for generative adversarial networks. The talk will focus on integral probability metric (IPM) losses, specifically the Wasserstein loss as implemented in the WGAN-GP, and the MMD GAN. We will begin...
06
Dec
2019
Do you want to participate in user testing for the new CECS website? We are looking for participation from prospective students, current students, professional and academic university staff, parents, teachers and career advisors. Ten...
29
Nov
2019
According to quantum theory, the energy exchange between physical systems is quantized. As a direct consequence, the minimum resolvable signal in metrology relying on optical readout is fundamentally limited by ‘quantum noise’....
28
Nov
2019
Industry leading women from government and academia will be talking about the projects they are working on to drive innovation. The topics will be a window into the technology and jobs of the future. The following speakers will be sharing...

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