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Displaying from Thursday, April 18, 2013
 April 2013
Thursday 18
13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA Guitar Ensemble Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday

13:30 - WORKSHOP - Assessment: Learning's Destination or Journey? Website | More Information
When making assessments, questions such as the following are often not examined: What is the difference between an exceptionally good piece of assessment and a poor piece of assessment? Over and above testing, what have students learned and retained, and what should assessment offer the students? (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - The Metabolic Theory of Ecology: Prospects and Challenges for Plant Biology : Full Speaker CV is available from jennifer.gillett@uwa.edu.au More Information
The metabolic theory of ecology (MTE) as applied to the plant sciences, aims to provide a general synthesis for the structure and functioning of plants from organelles to ecosystems. MTE builds from simple assumptions of individual metabolism to make predictions about phenomena across a wide range (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Blue Forests for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Website | More Information
A public lecture by Núria Marbà, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Institut Mediterrani d’Estudis Avançats (UIB-CSIC).

Marine vegetated habitats (seagrasses, salt-marshes, macroalge and mangroves) occupy 0.2 % of the ocean surface but contribute 50% of carbon burial in marine (...)
Friday 19
15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Arc-transitive graphs with large automorphism groups More Information
Abstract:

An arc in a graph is an unordered pair of adjacent vertices. A graph is called arc-transitive if its automorphism group acts transitively on its set of arcs. We consider the problem of bounding the size of the automorphism group of an arc-transitive graph in terms of its order (...)

17:30 - FREE LECTURE - Raine Lecture : Raine Visiting Professor Lecture - Strabismus and other eye motor disorders Website | More Information
Professor Engle’s research combines clinical, genetic, and molecular biological approaches to the study of strabismus (commonly referred to as 'misaligned eyes' or 'squint') and ocular motor neuron and axon development. As a paediatric neurologist, her research has focused primarily on a set of (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Artistry! Sensation Website | More Information
Opening the season, conductor and virtuoso violinist Paul Wright conducts a program affected by classical sensibilities featuring some of the period’s best-loved works.

Grainger: Duke of Marlborough Fanfare; Schubert: Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished); Bach: Violin Concerto in E Major (Soloist (...)
Monday 22
12:00 - SEMINAR - LIWA Medical Research Seminar Series : "Liver progenitor cells: friend or foe" Website | More Information
LIWA invites you to a free seminar on: "Liver progenitor cells: friend or foe" by Prof George Yeoh, Head, Liver Disease and Carcinogenesis, Centre for Medical Research, UWA Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, UWA. A light lunch will be served (...)

13:00 - TALK - Talk: James T. Enns (UBC) - The Predictive Brain More Information
In the late 1990’s my colleagues and I began to ask whether the emerging view in neuroscience — that the brain was massively reentrant — had any consequences for visual perception and psychophysics. We came to the conclusion that it fundamentally changed the way we understood visual masking (mak (...)
Tuesday 23
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Improved Student Learning using Peer and Self Assessment Website | More Information
Self and Peer Assessment by students, when properly implemented, has been shown to result in significant learning gains and deeper understanding. In this workshop the process needed to establish rigorous self and peer assessments will be outlined. Participants will discuss the benefits to both (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Family matters: a comparative study of how kin influence reproductive outcomes across a range of human populations : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Speaker: Rebecca's background is interdisciplinary: having received training in zoology, statistics and biological anthropology, she has spent most of her academic career teaching demography, first at the London School of Economics and then at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR PhD thesis presentations. : Influence of physical processes and wastewater effluent on phytoplankton dynamics in the Perth coastal margin, Western Australia Website | More Information
The availability of nutrients, light, and physical properties of the water, including small-scale fluid motion, influence phytoplankton dynamics. The Western Australia (WA) coast is characterized by low nutrient concentrations, nitrogen limitation, low primary production (oligotrophic) and lack of (...)

17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents: Research Seminar Series - David Symons Website | More Information
David Symons: Antill After Corroboree: A Return to Conservatism?

This paper investigates one of the widespread perceptions in much critical comment on the music of John Antill following the composition of his famous ballet Corroboree – namely, that the composer reverted to a ‘quieter’ (...)
Wednesday 24
12:00 - TALK - Talk: Amy Dawel (ANU) - Integration of dangerous context and fearful expressions in children and adults: Gaze-cueing and threat bias effects More Information
In real life, we use contextual information from the environment to help us interpret the emotions signaled by others’ facial expressions. Yet, because emotion perception has often been studied using facial expressions in isolation, we know little about how this important social skill develops (...)

12:30 - PRESENTATION - Underwater Stereo-Video and Tools for Big Marine Data - 24th April 2013 Website | More Information
Perth is one of the cities taking part in the global ‘Big Data Week’ (BDW) - www.bigdataweek.com/perth

To support BDW, iVEC@UWA has planned various events that include presentations, networking opportunities and activities which will look at some of the challenges and opportunities (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents : Periodically driven circulation near the shore of a lake Website | More Information
Solutions are found for a linear model of the circulation near the shore of a lake that is subject to two diurnal forcing mechanisms. The first is the day/night heating/cooling induced horizontal pressure gradients. The second is an unsteady surface stress modelling a sea breeze/gully wind (...)
Friday 26
12:00 - PRESENTATION - Big Data Week: The Big Picture Website | More Information
The Telethon Institute for Child Health Research is one of the largest independent not-for-profit successful medical research institutes in Australia, comprising a dedicated and diverse team of more than 500 staff and students.

The Telethon Institute for Child Health Research is (...)

12:00 - SEMINAR - Asymmetric Information Quality in Multiple-Object Auctions : Economics Seminar More Information
Abstract: The paper reports on the effects of one-sided imperfect information on bidding behaviour and the formation of prices in first-price auctions of multiple non-identical objects. It focusses on the comparison of simultaneous auction procedures (in which the objects are sold at once) to (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Locally s-arc transitive regular covers of complete bipartite graphs More Information
Abstract:

The normal quotient method has made the study of certain families of finite graphs (for instance, s-arc transitive and locally s-arc transitive graphs) more approachable by dividing the problem into two parts: (I) Study the "basic graphs," those graphs in the family (...)
Tuesday 30
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Using Student Feedback to improve your teaching Website | More Information
This workshop will discuss the theoretical underpinnings of the different items in the SPOT questionnaire, look at how to interpret ones report and explore strategies that could be utilised to improve these areas of teaching and discuss a range of tips and strategies to collect feedback other than (...)


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