The Curtin Institute for Computation (CIC) is a truly multidisciplinary institute, inspiring and fostering collaboration across computer science, engineering, sciences, social sciences and the humanities.
It has five themes:
CIC Visiting Researcher Scheme – 2017 Round 1
The following researchers from around the globe have been selected as the CIC Visiting Researchers:
- Prof. Mark Tuckerman, New York University, USA – Sept 2017
- Dr. Ergash Tursunov, Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Uzbekistan – Nov 2017
- Prof. Maciej Paszyński, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland – Nov 2017
- Dr. Haibin Chen, Qufu Normal University, China – Jul 2018
CIC quarterly Newsletter
Our latest newsletter, including an new research highlights section, is available here.
The newsletter also included a call for collaborations. As the CIC aims to bring together cross-disciplinary teams to tackle new problems we want to hear about your ideas for collaborators with other fields. We have many ways to find the right researcher(s) to work with you including the newsletter, so please email the CIC if you need our help.
CIC Research Morning Tea
To foster collaborations and interdisciplinary research the CIC holds regular research morning tea (RMT) where researchers from across the faculties can mingle and discuss their research.
Held every first Monday of the month, 10am, Innovation Central Perth, B216:204.
Are you having problems with a coding project of yours? Come along to code, or talk code and someone might be able to give you a hand.
No RSVP necessary, just rock up! Held every Wednesday, 3pm-4pm at Curtin Library Makerspace (level 5).
CIC Research Seminar Series
The CIC research seminar series is aimed at a general audience under the umbrella theme of Introduction to Data and Computation and introduces researchers to the different areas of research in the institute.
Held monthly, typically the 2nd or 3rd Wednesday, 1pm-2pm, B105:107.
Get in touch!
Did you know the Institute has a team of computational specialists ready to help you tackle computational and visualisation problems?
Get in touch with them, they will love to hear about your research.
The institute also has a mailing list which you can join to receive our quarterly newsletter and stay up-to-date with upcoming events and other important information.
Too busy to come to our events? We use Slack so you can have a chat with us from anywhere. You can join our slack team here all you need is your email address and you’re ready to go.