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The Geospatial Revolution : 2011 MERIT Visiting Scholars Lecture

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Professor David J Cowen, from the University of South Carolina, will present the next 2011 MERIT Visiting Scholar Lecture entitled, “The Geospatial Revolution” on Monday 24 Jan, commencing 4pm, in Theatre C2, Engineering Block C.

Virtual surgery goes 3D
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Virtual surgery goes 3D

Melbourne University researchers from the Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES), including members from the Departments’ of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Electrical and Electronic Engineering, have developed 3D technology to broadcast virtual reality surgical operations via 3DTV.

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Come to the MERIT Visiting Scholars Lectures in 2011

The first MERIT Visiting Scholar Lecture entitled, “Idempotent methods in nonlinear control”, will be presented by Professor William M. McEneaney, from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, San Diego, on Friday 21 January 2011, 2-3pm, Brown Theatre.

Marita Cheng
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Our students in the news: Marita Cheng

An article about Marita Cheng featured in the Cairns Post on 29 Dec 2010.

New Department of Infrastructure Engineering brings together civil and environmental engineering and geomatics
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New Department of Infrastructure Engineering brings together civil and environmental engineering and geomatics

Launched January 1, 2011, the Department of Infrastructure Engineering is the new home for the disciplines of civil engineering, environmental engineering and geomatics. The Department has been created from the merger of the two former Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Geomatics.

The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale
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The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale

Professor Justin Zobel, Professor of Computational Bioinformatics at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Dr Ajay Royyuru, Head of the Computational Biology Center at IBM Research, discuss the challenges of computational biology and their work on the Genographic Project.