Events for 18 June, 2019

It was not a miracle, it was mathematical certainty

It was not a miracle, it was mathematical certainty

​Join Professor Bela Stantic, Head of School of Information and Communication Technology, as he reveals the secrets behind his accurate predictions of the 2016 US Federal election, Brexit and the recent 2019 Australian Federal election. This keynote speech will demonstrate the power of big data analytics through elaborating on the diverse areas of existing projects in the "Big Data and Smart Analytics Lab."
LIVING WATER: in flux - Annique Goldenberg

LIVING WATER: in flux - Annique Goldenberg

Solo exhibition from QCA Higher Degree Researcher, Annique Goldenberg
Measuring and showcasing research: scholarly metrics for academic promotion

Measuring and showcasing research: scholarly metrics for academic promotion

A workshop giving the opportunity to explore Web of Science, Incites and Google Scholar to capture citation data suitable for researchers at any stage of their career but particularly relevant to those working on promotion or a grant application.
txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) |  Vanghoua Anthony Vue

txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) | Vanghoua Anthony Vue

xhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) presents selected works that Anthony Vue has investigated throughout his Doctor of Philosophy research.
Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Solo exhibition from Judith Duquemin featuring graphic, geometric paintings reduced to line and hardedge colour fields that have been produced from mathematical code.
LIVING WATER: in flux | Annique Goldenberg

LIVING WATER: in flux | Annique Goldenberg

Working primarily through the medium of water's connective and transformative power, this multimedia exhibition opens a conversation between human affect and the Arctic ice-melt.