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Get ahead this summer break

With the summer break just a few months away you might want to consider how you can make the most of this time to advance your career prospects and get yourself ready for graduation. It might not seem like a great way to spend your days when you could be at the beach or hanging […]

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Summer Research Scholarships

Conduct challenging research alongside leading academics Contribute to research outcomes at a world leading institution Discover your potential at a university known for its research excellence Six week research projects are now available in engineering, computer science and mathematics disciplines for continuing undergraduate students who have completed at least two years of their degree at […]

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Graduate Job: Java Developer, Semantic Sciences

Do you want to play an important role in creating the technology for connecting the world’s information? Semantic Sciences is seeking an exceptional Java Programmer to help develop and improve capability. With outstanding programming ability, the successful application should demonstrate determination, bravery, quality and speed. A clear thinker, you must be able to communicate your […]

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Maths Public Lecture – TONIGHT! – “Large and Small Gaps in the Primes”

As part of the 59th Annual Meeting and Conference of the AustMS (Australian Mathematics Society), Professor Terence Tao will present a free public lecture at the Adelaide Town Hall – Large and Small Gaps in the Primes. World renowned mathematician, Professor Tao, is Australia’s only Fields Medalist to-date (equivalent to the Nobel Prize in mathematics). […]

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Bolin Lecture Series – Inaugural Lecture Presented by Gosia Davis

Great engineering outcomes delivered by great teams! “A common thread underpinning successful projects is the effectiveness of multidisciplinary teams in working together to deliver engineering solutions.” When: Wednesday 16 September, 5:30pm Where: Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide Register: www.tinyurl.com/bolinlecture Free event open to all University of Adelaide staff and students. All welcome! A […]

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Public Lecture: Active and Flexible Bodies Moving With(in) Fluids

AMSI-ANZIAM 2015 Lecture Tour Public Lecture: Active and Flexible Bodies Moving With(in) Fluids, by Professor Michael Shelley, Co-Director of Applied Mathematics Laboratory, The Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University Tuesday 4 August 2015, 6pm Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre Register at: http://www.maths.adelaide.edu.au/amsilecture/form.html “We are surrounded by structures that move and interact with a fluid […]

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‘My Piece of Pi’ – A Mathematical Artwork Drawn By You!

To celebrate International Pi Approximation Day on Wednesday 22 July, the Maths Learning Centre invites students, staff and members of the public to help draw more than 1000 digits of the decimal expansion of pi in chalk on the University of Adelaide grounds. ‘My Piece of Pi’ is a colourful and collaborative form of mathematical […]

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MLC Online Resources For Your Maths Course

Did you know the Maths Learning Centre (MLC) has a range of online support resources for maths courses including Mathematics 1M, 1A and 1B, Statics, Dynamics and even second year maths courses? The MLC resources webpage provides handouts, explanatory notes, video worked examples, exercises and revision seminars for assumed knowledge as well as for many […]

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MLC and Writing Centre – Semester 1 Study Seminars

The University’s Writing Centre and Maths Learning Centre (MLC) each have four sessions remaining in their respective semester 1 seminar series, providing valuable support and resources to students. Writing Centre – Semester 1 Writing and Study Skills Seminars When: Tuesdays 2-3pm Where: Engineering South Room S111 All students welcome. Remaining sessions include: How to be […]

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