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Professor Rainer Schnell presents
Recent Developments in Bloom Filter-based Methods for Privacy Preserving Record Linkage
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Speakers: Prof Vishnu Pareek, Prof Ranjeet Utikar and Mr Shiv Meka
Title: Computational Fluid Dynamics Modelling of Large Scale Industrial Systems
Speaker: Prof Laszlo Matyas
Title: Big Data and Econometrics – Event Count Estimation
New Knowledge Environments in the Digital Humanities The symposium is broadly themed around heritage sciences, including imaging science for cultural heritage and will launch on Monday 12 December 2016, 3pm, at the Cisco IoE Innovation Centre, located at Curtin University. This networking event offers the opportunity to connect with the invited speakers as well…
The Research Symposium on “New Knowledge Environments in the Digital Humanities” to be held at the HIVE, Curtin University, will bring together presentations from Western Australian researchers and invited interstate and international speakers. We have 8 confirmed speakers scheduled for this day. Morning & afternoon tea as well as a light lunch will be provided….
Speaker: Professor Haida Liang
Title: An interdisciplinary study of the mysteries of the Selden map of China – a holistic approach involving imaging
Speaker: Dr. Kevin Chai
Title: From detecting cats to meteors: a machine learning approach
RSVP: email L.Lilly@curtin.edu.au by COB Mon 13 Feb
Speaker: Professor John Bateman
Title: Learning to count: the challenge of turning rich multi semiotic materials into (audio-) visual data
Data linkage is the process of connecting records that are thought to relate to the same person, place, family or event. It is a valuable tool for researchers because it can enable them to identify patterns in very large sample sizes while protecting people’s privacy. The Data Linkage Branch, at the Department of Health, has…
Speaker: Dr Luis Espath
Title: Coupling gradient phenomena: Phase-Field Gradient Theory and Gradient Hyperelasticity