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Displaying from Tuesday, January 18, 2011
 January 2011
Tuesday 18
12:00 - Colloquium - What does the general public really think about You? More Information
An analysis of research and public discussions with climate change drifters and the scientifically unengaged on what they really think about science, scientists and climate change issues. While public forums and community events tend to attract highly interested, but polarised, audiences - (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: Totally Disconnected Groups and Discrete Mathematics More Information
Groups and Combinatorics Seminar

George Willis (University of Newcastle)

will speak on

Totally Disconnected Groups and Discrete Mathematics

at 3pm on Tuesday 18th of January in MLR2

Abstract: Totally disconnected, locally compact groups are (...)
Thursday 27
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Joint OMICS Introductory Workshop : We will introduce you to the world of Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics as well as Lipidomics. More Information
A 2 day workshop that explores everything "omic" that includes metabolomics, lipidomics, proteomics and structural proteomics. The workshop is relatively hands on and includes a lab walkthrough to see sample preparations.

Only $300 per registration (incl. workshop handbook & (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: Positive Techniques in Parameterized Complexity and Limitations More Information
Groups and Combinatorics Seminar

Rod Downey (Victoria University of Wellington)

will speak on

Positive Techniques in Parameterized Complexity and Limitations

at 11am Thursday 27th of January in MLR2

Abstract: I will give a general introduction (...)

 February 2011
Wednesday 02
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Another India: Land, Water and Rural Poverty Website | More Information
Discussion of India in the public sphere in Australia often focuses on the growth of the Indian economy, trade relations, and the emergence of India as a powerful economic and political actor within the international system. Less present in media and public discourse on India is consideration of (...)
Sunday 06
13:00 - SEMINAR - Such is Life: Visual and Literary Representations of Australia Website | More Information
From the beginning of the twentieth century—when the great Australian novel, Such is Life, was first published—Australia has been transformed, with vast changes to society, culture and our sense of ourselves in an ever more international world.

In this lively afternoon seminar, four UWA (...)
Tuesday 08
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Quickstart Guide to Developing your Learning Management System (WebCT) Website | More Information
Intended Audience:

UWA staff new to using UWA's Learning Management System (WebCT) or those who would like a refresher.

Workshop Description:

Have you ever wanted to:

Communicate important study related events to your students? Provide a unit outline and (...)

11:30 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: Matroid representation and partial fields More Information
Groups and Combinatorics Seminar

Dillon Mayhew (Victoria University of Wellington)

will speak on

Matroid representation and partial fields

at 11:30am on Tuesday 8th of February in MLR2

Abstract: Partial fields are algebraic objects that (...)
Wednesday 09
9:30 - WORKSHOP - A Workshop on Text Mining and its Applications Website | More Information
The School of Computer Science and Software Engineering at UWA and Curtin University Business School are proudly offering a one day workshop that involves international experts on text mining in different application areas, such as modern e-Education, climate change communication, collaboration, as (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Oceanographic ecology of coral reefs: the role of oceanographic processes in reef-level biogeochemistry and trophic ecology : SESE and Oceans Institute Special Seminar Website | More Information
Coral reefs worldwide are under increasing pressure from climate change, acidification, habitat destruction and over-fishing. Given that reefs support some of the highest biodiversity and provide a large range of ecosystem goods and services, improved understanding of the factors controlling their (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Physics Seminar : GEOMETRY and SIGMA-MODELS More Information
I will try to describe what nonlinear sigma-models are and how they allow the study of geometry. After explaining some physical motivations for the study of these models, I will review actions and symmetries (including supersymmetry) and symmetry algebras. On the math side, I will review Riemannian (...)
Friday 11
10:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE REMARKABLE DIVERSITY OF PLANT PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE CARBOXYLASE (PEPC) : Speaker is from Queen's Uni, Canada (Biology & Biochem) More Information
PLEASE NOTE WELL: THIS SEMINAR REPLACES THE ONE SCHEDULED FOR 10TH FEB BY SAME SPEAKER: New Abstract is available from [email protected]

15:00 - Colloquium - Integrating production with comprehension in dialogue More Information
Psycholinguistics typically separates production and comprehension as two subtasks and two different questions to investigate. By contrast I present an account in which production and comprehension processes are integrated during acts of production and comprehension. The account uses principles (...)
Monday 14
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Foundations of University Teaching & Learning Website | More Information
Intended Audience: The Foundations of University Teaching and Learning programme is offered every semester to support staff relatively new to the University as well as staff with teaching experience who wish to refine, test out, validate or develop their present conceptions of good teaching and (...)

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - Medical Simulation in 2021 More Information
Dr C. Donald Combs, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Planning and Health Professions at Eastern Virginia Medical School is visiting Perth from the U.S. Dr Combs oversees a medical simulation program and is responsible for the development of EVMS's new simulation center which will open in the summer of 2011 (...)
Tuesday 15
9:00 - COURSE - Introductory Statistics : A short course in introductory statistics using SPSS Website | More Information
The course is designed for people with little or no knowledge of statistics. It will be spread over three days covering material ranging from means and standard deviations to simple linear regression, and basic ANOVA. All course information, including costs and enrolment are available on our (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - Tuesday Seminars - Peta Tilbrook & Annette Stewart (SPH) : Making & managing my money, staff, travel & paperwork in SPH More Information
Tuesday Seminars at the School of Population health are held every week. Students and staff are given the opportunity to showcase current research activities and hear from visiting speakers.
Wednesday 16
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Melting Glaciers and Emerging Histories in America’s Far Northwest Website | More Information
Melting glaciers are now revealing material evidence that reinvigorates longstanding oral traditions about human history and environmental change, posing new questions for cross-cultural and interdisciplinary collaborations. In this lecture, Julie Cruikshank, Professor Emerita in the Department of (...)
Thursday 17
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Quickstart Guide to Developing your Learning Management System (WebCT) Website | More Information
Intended Audience: UWA staff new to using UWA's Learning Management System (WebCT) or those who would like a refresher.

Workshop Description: Have you ever wanted to:

Communicate important study related events to your students? Provide a unit outline and learning materials in (...)

13:30 - WORKSHOP - Quickstart Guide to UWA's Lecture Recording System (lectopia) Website | More Information
Intended Audience: UWA staff new to using UWA's Lecture Recording System (Lectopia) or those who would like a refresher.

Workshop Description: Have you ever wanted to:

Know what Lectopia is and how to use it? Complete a Lectopia Booking form to ensure that your lectures are (...)


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