This series hosted by Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, will feature lectures by outstanding speakers on topics of general interest to those in engineering or computer science fields information. The Dean's Colloquium Series was established in 2014 to celebrate distinguished scientists and engineers. This series is set to inspire current and future engineers and scientists, with a particular emphasis on contributions that bridge different areas in science and engineering and cross discipline boundaries.These events are open to the public, and are of interest to current staff, students, alumni and other researchers in the community.
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- Liberating Technology: the future of human agency – 3 May 2018
- Convergence: unexpected partnerships in engineering, medicine, and beyond – 15 Dec 2017
- Dean's Colloquium: What is Natural Language Processing – 13 Oct 2017
- Bayesian networks for decision making under uncertainty – 22 Jun 2017
- Changing landscape of a digitised world: Are you ready? – 6 Oct 2016
- Insufferable Interfaces? Examining Loss Aversion and Preferences in Human-Computer Interaction – 1 Aug 2016
- Removing Unwanted Variation in Machine Learning for Personalized Medicine – 6 Jun 2016
- Dean's Colloquium: Multi-scale Robotics – 25 Feb 2016
- An entrepreneurial path from academic innovation to commercial products – 23 Nov 2015
- The Nano-optics of Plasmonic Optical Tweezers, SERS Substrates, and Multicoloured Silicon Nanowires – 23 Jul 2015
- Rich despite scale or rich because of scale? MOOCs, SPOCs and residential education – 27 Nov 2014
- The Internet of Things – 29 Jul 2014