National and private cyber resilience in the UK: A boardroom view by Dr Stephen Page

21 March 2022 10:00am11:00am
Dr Stephen Page, a UQ alumnus, is a company director and leading board practitioner on the issues of the digital age, based in Oxford. He has been a member of the UK’s cyber, national security and defense community for 15 years. He is visiting Brisbane and we have invited him to share some of his experiences.

Unified Question Generation with Continual Lifelong Learning

16 March 2022 1:00pm
Join us for an exciting seminar on the topic of "Unified Question Generation with Continual Lifelong Learning."

Advanced Webinar Final Acceptance Testing: Scope, Techniques, and Result Assessment for Power Transformers Pt1 & Pt2

10 March 2022 1:00pm17 March 2022 3:00pm
Presenter Rob Milledge Technology Manager & Application Engineer,
Power Transformers Hitachi Energy
*Part 1: Date 10th March 2022 1.00pm to 3.00pm (AEST) (2 Hrs)*
*Part 2: Date 17th March 2022 1.00pm to 3.00pm (AEST) (2 Hrs)*

PipAttack: Poisoning Federated Recommender Systems for Manipulating Item Promotion

9 March 2022 1:00pm
Join us for an exciting seminar on the topic of "PipAttack: Poisoning Federated Recommender Systems for Manipulating Item Promotion." *Pip is the package installer for Python
Rethink e-Commerce Search

Rethink e-commerce search

23 February 2022 1:30pm
Join us for an exciting seminar on the quality of user search experience on e-commerce websites and the role it plays in customer conversion.

The need to update AS 2374.1.2 energy efficiency standard for distribution transformers

9 February 2022 1:00pm2:00pm
In this webinar, a review of the present energy performance metrics, especially the efficiency at 50% load is reviewed,  paying particular attention to the Australian market which uses the AS 2374.1.2 standard.
Pulsed Power Conference

Australian Pulsed Power Workshop (AusPPW)

22 November 2021 9:00am23 November 2021 12:30pm
Explore Pulsed Power and its applications across food processing, decontamination, mining and dewatering systems, and biomedical engineering and hear from world-leading energy researchers at the first Australian Pulsed Power Workshop (AusPPW).

UQ and Korea University Cyber Security workshop

9 November 2021 9:30am5:30pm
The University of Queensland and Korea University present a one-day workshop / seminar to address complex cyber security challenges, engage researchers, industry experts and students.
Innovation showcase

Innovation Showcase 2021

4 November 2021 4:00pm6:30pm
Don't miss the 2021 Innovation Showcase, a unique opportunity for ITEE students to showcase their end of year projects to industry partners and the UQ community

Moisture estimation in power transformers – Session 1-4

26 October 2021 2:00pm27 October 2021 5:00am
This online series of seminars will cover four different approaches available for moisture estimation in transformers presented by industry and academic experts.

Girls Do Cyber 2021

28 September 2021 10:00am2:00pm
Calling all girls in years 9-12 who are looking to do something fun and worthwhile to do during your school holidays.
Dr Rachel Thomas

Fairness, Interpretability, & Diverse Datasets Are Not Enough - Getting Specific About Algorithmic Bias

15 July 2021 3:00pm5:00pm
The concept of "biased data" is often too generic to be useful. Through a series of cases studies, we will explore what algorithmic bias is, different types (with different causes), and debunk some common misconceptions. We will cover why algorithmic bias is a problem worth addressing and some steps towards solutions.
UQ Interaction Design Exhibit 2021

UQ Interaction Design Exhibit 2021

27 May 2021 1:00pm7:00pm
Experience new ways to interact with digital technology in this rapidly evolving field at the 2021 UQ Interaction Design Exhibit.

Verifying fault-tolerant distributed systems

7 May 2021 11:00am
Distributed systems have become a norm in today’s world. Assuring the reliability of such distributed systems is business-critical and safety-critical. The plan is to survey the literature for different classes of distributed systems, the desired properties on them, and mainly to focus on the history and state-of-art approaches for verifying such systems. The talk will be at high-level giving a bird’s-eye view of the research area.