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 August 2013
Sunday 11
12:15 - EVENT - UWA In the Virtual World More Information
Considered world leaders in the areas of 3D art and film, UWA has been recreated in the virtual world of "Second Life". Join the founder, Jay Jay Jegathesan, on a magical journey to discover this world. For more information on UWA's virtual presence, visit www.uwainsl.blogspot.com
Tuesday 13
15:30 - SEMINAR - Pulsars and Gravity More Information
Pulsars are extraordinarily good clocks. This property has been exploited in a wide range of applications ranging from studying the interiors of neutron stars to testing theories of gravitation. Many pulsars, especially millisecond pulsars, are in orbit around another star, providing a near-ideal (...)
Tuesday 20
13:00 - TALK - CAREERS MONTH - Welcome to the W.A. Public Sector - employment opportunities abound! : Come along and hear from a representative of the Public Sector Commission who will discuss life in the WA public sector, how to apply for positions and where to find current vacancies. Website | More Information
Welcome to the Western Australian public sector and the never ending possibilities of working for the Government and contributing to the administration of the State. The public sector is made up of a wide range of government departments and agencies with locations throughout the whole of Western (...)
Wednesday 21
16:00 - SEMINAR - Moving-base Gradiometry without Gradiometers: Mission Impossible? More Information
Devices called GRADIOMETERS are well known instruments which have been designed for measuring the first spatial derivatives of physical fields (gravitational, magnetic, electromagnetic..). Moving-base gradiometry is an extremely challenging multi-discipline technology area that has been declared as (...)
Monday 26
13:00 - SEMINAR - CAREERS MONTH - INTERNATIONAL CAREERS WEEK: Marketing Yourself in Australia – work, study AND stay : Are you an international student who wants to gain work experience in Australia? Find out what you need to do to market yourself effectively to Australian employers. Website | More Information
This workshop is aimed at UWA’s international students to assist them in developing strategies for marketing themselves successfully to Australian employers. Learn about the importance of self –marketing, utilising contacts, researching and networking skills effectively, as well as managing (...)
Wednesday 28
7:00 - SEMINAR - Meeting Industry Challenges Through Innovation - FLNG and shale gas : Doug Buckley, VP Commercial Shell Australia and BHP Billiton Chair Peter Hartley discuss Website | More Information
As the Australian LNG sector continues to grapple with productivity challenges, Doug Buckley, VP Commercial Shell Australia, will talk about the role innovation has to play in keeping Australia competitive in the global gas market, and attracting future investment.

Peter Hartley, BHP (...)

 September 2013
Monday 02
13:00 - EVENT - Blood Service mobile to visit to UWA 2 - 5 September : Call 13 95 96 to book an appointment to donate blood. More Information
The Blood Service mobile unit will be located at the UWA Crawley campus 2 - 5 September and has many appointments available. To make an appointment call 13 95 96 or visit donateblood.com.au Every blood donation can save three lives and only takes one hour of your time.
Thursday 19
14:00 - SEMINAR - Image Processing with Mathematica More Information
Mathematica exhibits a comprehensive set of state-of-the-art image processing and analysis functions for two and three-dimensional image composition, segmentation, feature detection, transformation, alignment, and restoration. The talk will touch several image processing application areas and (...)

 October 2013
Tuesday 01
13:00 - EVENT - University Physics Society AGM : FREE PIZZA, selecting next year's committee and organising upcoming events More Information
UPS is holding its AGM at PHYS 2.15 on Tuesday 8th October at 1pm. Every one is invited for a chance to be involved in our committee and get involved in future events.

Physics students, you will be given the opportunity to marvel at the third year common room and help ensure all the (...)
Wednesday 02
16:00 - SEMINAR - Long Baseline Neutrino Experiment More Information
Over the past two decades we have made significant progress in our understanding of the fundamental nature of the elementary particle, called the Neutrino. The Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment (LBNE) is a broad scientific program being developed in the United States as an international project to (...)
Friday 04
13:00 - SEMINAR - A computational productivity toolbox: applications to nanomagnetism and computational science More Information
Virtually all branches of science have profited from the vast increase in computational power in recent decades. Yet, given that scientists are rarely trained as programmers, there is often a substantial barrier to harnessing this power and it is easy to lose track of results or get lost in data (...)
Wednesday 09
16:00 - SEMINAR - First-Principles Computational Thermochemistry: Theory and Applications More Information
During the past decade, computational chemistry has had an increasingly important impact on almost all branches of chemistry as a new approach for solving chemical problems at the molecular level and in obtaining information that is not accessible by experiment (e.g. in investigations involving (...)
Wednesday 30
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The Quest for Unification Website | More Information
A public lecture by Professor Stefan Theisen, Max-Planck-Institute for Gravitational Physics and 2013 IAS Short Stay Visitor.

Register: https://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/lectures/theisen Experimental physics explores natural phenomena from the smallest to the largest length scales, covering (...)

 November 2013
Sunday 03
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Preclinical Imaging Workshop Website | More Information
A Preclinical Imaging Workshop on radiopharmaceutical, MRI & optical imaging is being held in the FJ Clarke Lecture Theatre at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital on Sunday November 3, 9 am – 3 pm.

This Workshop is aimed at workers with a strong interest in, but possibly limited experience (...)
Wednesday 06
16:00 - SEMINAR - The challenge of seismic survey design More Information
3D seismic is probably the most significant dataset we have to make decisions in offshore oil and gas exploration and development. Optimising the quality, cost and delivery time of this data is a challenging problem that could unlock billions of dollars in value. Each year the industry spends US$10 (...)
Thursday 14
15:30 - SEMINAR - Supermassive Black Hole Binaries in Galactic Nuclei and Gravitational Wave Emission, simulated on large GPU clusters More Information
Many if not all galaxies contain supermassive black holes (SMBH). We study their growth and evolution by tidal accretion of stars and the presence of a central gas disk, and the motion of central SMBH during and after a galaxy merger. Dynamical Friction and superelastic three-body scatterings with (...)
Monday 18
13:00 - SEMINAR - Integrable-like behavior in the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam model Website | More Information
In 1950’s Fermi, motivated by fundamental questions of statistical mechanics, started a numerical experiment in collaboration with Pasta and Ulam to test the ergodic properties of nonlinear dynamical systems. The chosen so-called FPU system was a one dimensional chain of N nonlinear coupled (...)
Friday 22
11:00 - SEMINAR - Self-avoiding walks—rigorous and non-rigorous results Website | More Information
Self-avoiding walks (SAWs) are widely studied as a problem in algebraic combinatorics by mathematicians, as a problem in algorithm design by computer scientists, as a model of phase transitions by mathematical physicists and as a model of polymers in dilute solution by chemists.

More (...)

 December 2013
Tuesday 10
15:45 - SEMINAR - Tuning the surface patterning and crystal morphology of the HKUST-1 in the presence of surfactant-like molecules More Information
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are an exciting class of porous materials consisting in metal ions or clusters linked by organic molecules.Due to their variability and applications they have received great attention during the last few decades.

HKUST-1 (Cu3(BTC)2, BTC=1,3,5-benzenetricar (...)

 February 2014
Wednesday 12
15:45 - SEMINAR - Structural evolution of calcite (CaCO3) at high temperatures: A hundred-year old mystery has been resolved More Information
Preceding W. L. Bragg’s deduction in 1914 [1] about the room-temperature atomic configuration of the calcite form of calcium carbonate CaCO3 (Phase I), H. E. Boeke in 1912 [2] found a reversible phase transition at around 1248 K. Since then, many experiments have been undertaken to determine the (...)

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