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 November 2016
Monday 07
8:00 - COURSE - An Introduction to Offshore Geotechnical Engineering : Short course on Geotechnical Engineering Website | More Information
This two day course provides an introduction to potential geotechnical issues and available solutions relevant to offshore development. The course involves lectures, group activities and interactive design examples.

Engineers or project managers who wish to broaden their understanding (...)
Tuesday 15
8:30 - Course - Introductory Statistics : The course is open to anyone and is designed for people with little or no knowledge of statistics who want to develop understanding of basic statistics. Website | More Information
The aim of this course is to introduce you to basic statistics. It will cover descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations); data exploration; basic categorical data analysis; simple linear regression and basic analysis of variance (ANOVA). The statistical package SPSS will be used to (...)
Monday 28
9:00 - Training - OpenFOAM Training by ESIgroup Website | More Information
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has organised OpenFOAM training which will be delivered by OpenFOAM Ltd.

This training will be particularly relevant for researchers working with Computational Fluid Dynamics and simulating complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions; turbulence and (...)
Tuesday 29
8:30 - Short Course - R Basics : This practical course introduces you to R, one of the most powerful tools for statistical computing. Website | More Information
R is a free and extremely powerful language and software environment for statistical computing, data analysis, and graphics. The course is designed for those who have no experience with R, but have a basic understanding of statistics. Those without this experience are encouraged to attend the (...)

 February 2017
Wednesday 22
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Typical First Week - Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Website | More Information
All new students are strongly encouraged to attend this session to get you started at UWA. The session provides you with key information and activities to get you connected to UWA online resources, study support and provides a taste of what to expect in your first week at UWA. The session will (...)

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Orientation : Optional for Student Exchange and Study Abroad students Website | More Information
Your orientation program involves a series of fun and informative activities and events to help you settle into life at UWA and kick-start your student journey.

The activities have been developed for you by UWA Staff, so they have been carefully designed to get you ready for study and (...)

 March 2017
Monday 27
8:00 - WORKSHOP - Ensuring High Quality Seismic Data for the Mining Industry Workshop : Associated event - Deep Mining Conference in Perth Website | More Information
The workshop will provide a forum to discuss the different aspects that impact on data quality with the following aims: •To provide mine site rock engineers and seismologists with practical knowledge to ensure the highest quality data for the site •To identify problems impacting on the industry (...)
Tuesday 28
8:00 - CONFERENCE - Eighth International Conference on Deep and High Stress Mining : ACG Conference in Perth Website | More Information
Underground mining continues to progress at deeper levels and industry is now extracting mineral reserves at depth that previously would have been considered unmineable. Deep mining is a very technical and challenging environment. A high level of understanding and technically sound approaches are (...)
Friday 31
8:00 - SEMINAR - Developments in Rock Stress Measurements and Monitoring Seminar : Associated event - Deep Mining Conference in Perth Website | More Information
This seminar will address the latest technology, applications and ideas in rock stress measurements and monitoring, through case studies and discussions with those in the industry. The seminar aims to target those involved in stress fracturing and stress monitoring in all underground excavations.

 April 2017
Thursday 13
9:00 - EVENT - Pawsey Clinic at The University of Western Australia : Pawsey Clinics are events organised for researchers who need to use Pawsey services. Website | More Information
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre would like to invite you to the Pawsey Clinic at The University of Western Australia. This is one of a series of clinics. The clinic will commence with a 30 minute presentation about the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre at 9.00am, followed by consultations through the (...)
Wednesday 26
8:00 - SEMINAR - Tailings Management: Practical Considerations : Workshops and Seminar on Tailings Management Website | More Information
This event will comprise a one-day hands-on cone penetration testing (CPT) and static liquefaction workshop and a two-day seminar on the management, operation and relinquishment of tailings storage facilities (TSF).

 May 2017
Tuesday 02
8:00 - SEMINAR - Instrumentation and Slope Monitoring Seminar : Two day seminar Website | More Information
The ACG is proud to host a two-day seminar that is targeted to supporting the continued development and application of advanced monitoring systems to all types of mine sites and their waste landforms.
Thursday 04
8:00 - WORKSHOP - Management of Moving and Unstable Slopes Workshop : One day workshop Website | More Information
This workshop provides a theoretical and practical framework for the understanding and management of moving and unstable slopes. The workshop deals with the actions and approaches appropriate for personnel and managers to resolve these adverse situations in a positive manner.
Tuesday 09
9:00 - EVENT - Statistics Short Course: Spatial Point Patterns : Analysis of spatial data using R and spatstat Website | More Information
Spatial point pattern datasets are becoming common across many fields of research. However, statistical methodology for analysing these data has not been easily accessible. This course is a practical introduction to the analysis of spatial point patterns with a strong focus on hands-on exercises (...)

 June 2017
Tuesday 06
9:00 - COURSE - Blasting for Stable Slopes Short Course : Three day short course Website | More Information
This course will examine the mechanisms and possible extent of damage to the rock structure behind the face from blasting and the influence that has on the stability of pit walls. The course includes consideration of the mechanisms of rock breakage that operate within a blast and considers means of (...)
Wednesday 21
9:30 - Masterclass - Earthquakes - How predictable are they? : A masterclass with Margaret Boettcher, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of New Hampshire. Website | More Information
While earthquake predictability is poorly understood, some faults have more regular seismicity than others. Earthquakes on oceanic transform faults exhibit many of the most systematic and predictable behaviors known in seismology and therefore provide a window into earthquake forecasting on (...)

 July 2017
Wednesday 05
9:00 - Masterclass - Numerical methods for forward and inverse problems in geophysics : A masterclass with Dr. Roland Martin, senior research scientist at the National Centre for Scientific Research, Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse 3, France. Website | More Information
In the last twenty years, many improvements have been made in earth imaging at different scales using different technologies such as active/passive seismics, electromagnetism, potentials (gravity, magnetism, electric potentials),….

The wide variety of data to be inverted to retrieve the (...)
Tuesday 11
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Numerical Modelling and Imaging in Geophysics at Different Scales: applications to the pyrenees chain and the subsurface/laboratory scale : A public lecture by Dr. Roland Martin, senior research scientist at the National Centre for Scientific Research, Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse 3, France. Website | More Information
In this lecture Dr Martin will present different high order numerical tools using finite-difference or finite element approaches to propagate seismic waves in a wide variety of Earth structures at different scales in order, in the near future, to couple them through different physics related to (...)
Tuesday 18
9:00 - COURSE - Data Visualisation : Understanding how to display data Website | More Information
This course will cover topics such as:

-Presenting data for a single variable: Including an introduction to histograms, box plots, and bar graphs

-Visualisation of two or more variables: Including an introduction to scatterplots, pairs plots, parallel coordinate plot and (...)

 August 2017
Wednesday 23
9:00 - COURSE - Ground Support in Open Pit and Underground Mining Short Course : Three day short course Website | More Information
The course is designed to assist mining personnel involved with the design and implementation of mine ground support. Mine managers, mining engineers, mine geologists, mining supervisors and operators, suppliers of mine support equipment, mining contractors and mines inspectors may benefit from (...)


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