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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Ray Page Lifetime Simulation Achievement Award

Congratulations to Professor John Sturgul of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering, recipient of the Ray Page Lifetime Simulation Award. This Award is for an outstanding contribution to the development of modelling and simulation science, technology, policy, standards and/or industry in Australia, made over a sustained period of activity.

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Professor Mark Jaksa Elected ISSMGE Vice-President (Australasia)

Congratualtions to Professor Mark Jaksa, Head of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering, who at a recent international conference in Paris was elected to the role of Vice-President (Australasia) for the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering.  The ISSMGE is the peak international professional body representing 20,000 geotechnical engineers from 88 […]

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Craig Gilbert Leadership Award: Peer Nominations Reminder

The Craig Gilbert Leadership Award recognises outstanding leadership potential, is not based on academic merit and nominations can be made by peers. It is your chance to have one of your peers formally recognised – who do you think will make a difference? All penultimate year (generally third year) engineering students are eligible for the Award Peer […]

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French Company Experience Program

The French Company Experience Program offers highly attractive internships for Australian students in French companies established in Australia. Half the internship takes place in Australia, and the other half in France at the company headquarters or one of its branches. The objective is to encourage the student mobility and to provide an opportunity to gain […]

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2013 Emerging Researcher Award

Professor Shizhang Qiao in the School of Chemical Engineering has been awarded the 2013 Emerging Researcher Award by the Energy and Fuels Division of the American Chemical Society. This award recognises “Outstanding research record [in the form of] excellence in basic or applied research, publications or patents, commercialization of new technologies, and reputation in the […]

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Public Lecture: How to Stack Oranges in Three Dimensions, 24 Dimensions, and Beyond

Please join us for the 2013 AMSI-Mahler Public Lecture with Professor Akshay Venkatesh, Professor of Mathematics, Stanford University. How can we pack balls as tightly as possible? In other words: to squeeze as many balls as possible into a limited space, what’s the best way of arranging the balls? It’s not hard to guess what […]

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Public Lecture: The Role of Embedded Optimisation in Smart Systems and Products

Please join us for the 2013 AMSI-AMZIAM Public Lecture with Professor Stephen Boyd, Stanford University, Samsung Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering. Many current products and systems employ sophisticated mathematical algorithms to automatically make complex decisions, or take action, in real-time. Examples include search engines, spam filters, on-line advertising systems, fraud detection systems, […]

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Working in Australia – A Careers Evening for International Students

The University’s Careers Service presents the annual Working in Australia: A Careers Evening for International Students. Hear from two University of Adelaide graduates, including a graduate engineer, who will speak of their experiences in gaining graduate work in Australia as an international student. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship and Immigration SA will also be […]

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Unlocking the Mysteries of Radar – Free Presentation

On behalf of Engineers Australia (EA) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), the EA Adelaide University Campus Coordinators invite students to learn more about the concepts of radar through an interactive and free presentation. This event has been made available as part of the International Conference on Radar. When: Tuesday 10 September,  […]

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Muscular Dystrophy SA – Summer Vacation Research Scholarships 2013-14

Applications are encouraged for medical, scientific and/or social research projects that advance the knowledge and understanding of neuromuscular function or disorders, that might lead to prevention, treatment or cure of these disorders or that assess the social impact of these disorders on the person/community. Applications must be made via a recognised research worker (project supervisor) […]

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