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Displaying from Saturday, September 14, 2013
 September 2013
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 (...)

 March 2014
Saturday 08
17:30 - EVENT - Astrofest 2014 : WA's biggest astronomy festival, check out our gorgeous night sky at this free family event. Website | More Information
This astronomy festival of epic proportions will be an engaging celebration of Australian science. As well as optical and radio telescopes observing throughout the day and night, Astrofest will feature a myriad of interesting, engaging and exciting indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family (...)
Wednesday 19
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - How nature makes materials Website | More Information
A lecture by Professor Ullrich Steiner, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge and Australian Academy of Science 2014 Selby Fellow.

Biological organisms have rather limited resources they can use to build the materials they are made of. Given these limitations, the range of (...)

 April 2014
Wednesday 09
15:30 - SEMINAR - Benchmark Calculations of Atomic Collision Processes More Information
The rapid development of computational resources has resulted in enormous improvements in the accuracy of numerical calculations of atomic collision processes. In this talk I will concentrate on recent advances in the computational treatment of charged-particle and intense short-pulse laser (...)

15:30 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: 3D Raman imaging meets AFM, SNOM and profilometry More Information
Knowledge about the morphology and chemical composition of heterogeneous materials on a sub-micrometer scale is crucial for the development of new material properties for highly specified applications. However, each analytical measuring technique has limitations, which may be overcome by their (...)
Monday 28
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Quantum Technologies Website | More Information
A public lecture by Jeremy O’Brien, Director of the Centre for Quantum Photonics, University of Bristol.

The impact of quantum technology will be profound and far-reaching: secure communication networks for consumers, corporations and government; precision sensors for biomedical (...)

 June 2014
Wednesday 04
15:30 - SEMINAR - Physics Seminar : Multi-purpose fluorescent defects in wide-band gap semiconductors More Information
Defects are common in many materials and some were regarded as detrimental. Recently with the advent of ultra-sensitive detectors, super-resolution microscopy advanced methodologies, optical single spin magnetic resonance and advanced material synthesis and doping, some of conventional (...)
Wednesday 11
15:30 - SEMINAR - PhD Thesis Completion Presentation : Design, Fabrication and Testing of Silicon Resonators for Space Exploration More Information
I report development of acoustic resonators that would form the heart of a 3-mode opto-acoustic parametric amplifier, and present their performance. The small resonators are designed to form an add-on element to current existing technologies in space-mining, finding water resources km underground (...)

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