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IBES Public Lecture: The Fourth Paradigm, Data-Intensive Discovery
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IBES Public Lecture: The Fourth Paradigm, Data-Intensive Discovery

Vice-President of Microsoft Research Connections Tony Hey will give a public lecture on Thursday December 5, 2013 in the Brown Theatre, ground floor, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building, Parkville Campus commencing at 5pm.

IBES Telework Congress at The University of Melbourne – 19 November
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IBES Telework Congress at The University of Melbourne – 19 November

The Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society is hosting this year’s Telework Congress, a key event in the Australian Government’s National Telework Week, which is being held from 18–22 November 2013.

Working from home improves productivity: The Age profiles teleworking research
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Working from home improves productivity: The Age profiles teleworking research

Dr Rachelle Bosua from the Department of Computing and Information Systems was featured in The Age for her latest teleworking study, which has shown that working from home can offer a range of benefits to both employers and employees.

IBES invests $460,000 in broadband research
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IBES invests $460,000 in broadband research

The Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society has awarded over $460,000 in seed funding to 11 new projects from researchers at the University of Melbourne. The interdisciplinary research projects aim to increase knowledge about the broadband-enabled society, and develop applications that will bring broadband to life.

Australia, what do you think of the NBN?
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Australia, what do you think of the NBN?

Two interesting articles about the NBN appeared in the Conversation last week.

Farewell to Rod Tucker
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Farewell to Rod Tucker

The Director of IBES, Professor Rod Tucker, retired on Friday 30 August, bringing to an end 24 years of service as a professor of electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Melbourne.