Higher Degree Extremely Rapid Presentations (HDERP) - Thursday 24th October 11:00 - 12:00 - RSISE A105

The HDERP is back!

Postgrads, come and see what your peers are working on!
Undergrads, come and see what it’s like to do research at ANU!

This event consists of three ten-minute lightning talks by PhD students, followed by a free lunch.

Thursday the 24th of October, A105, Ground Floor, RSISE Building (just walk into RSISE building and you can’t miss it!).

Three PhD students will present their work:

  1. A Bondgraph Modelling Approach to Formation Control Using Partial Measurements of Relative Position, or: Giving Eyes and Ears to a Swarm of UAVs - Geoff Stacey (ENG)
  2. Efficient Generation of Some Classes of Graphs, or: Parental Testing in Graph Theory - Narjess Afzaly (CS)
  3. Natural Computing for Complex Structured Data, or: Wands are Magic - Martin Henschke (CS)

Stick around after the talks for a free Subway lunch!

Time: Thursday, 24th October 2013, 11:00 - 12:00
Location: A105, Ground Floor, RSISE