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SCPS Post-Graduate Summer Series
During the summer of 2012/13, Victoria University’s School of Chemical and Physical Sciences is again presenting a series featuring a number of MacDiarmid PIs and AIs giving seminars on a range of academic topics.
Links to resources below, although not all seminars have been recorded.
The 2011/2012 series:
- Bibliometrics – Prof. Shaun Hendy: 4pm, Thursday December 2011
- Life after a PhD – Prof. Sir Paul Callaghan: 4pm, Thursday January 2012
- Paper Writing – Dr. Richard Tilley: 12pm, Thursday 26th January 2012
- Producing seminar slides and Giving Talks – Dr. Dennis Sullivan: 4pm Thursday 2nd February 2012
- Introduction to LaTeX – Dr. Petrik Galvosas: 4pm, Thursday 9th February 2012
- The peer-review process – Dr. Justin Hodgkiss: 4pm, Thursday 16th February 2012
- Get organized: Time and task management - Dr. Matthias Lein: 4pm, Friday 17th February 2012
- Academic Ethics - Dr. Natalie Plank: 4pm, Thursday 23rd Feb 2012
- Google Science: Free tools for making postgrad easier – Elf Eldridge: 4pm, Friday 24th Feb 2012
The 2012/2013 series:
- Staying on top of the Scientific Literature – Dr. Nicola Gaston: Thursday 10th Jan 2013
- Ingredients of a good scientific talk - Dr. Justin Hodgkiss: Tuesday 15th Jan 2013
- Here Be Dragons – Unexpected Journey to the Land of Graphics – Dr. Baptiste Auguie: Thursday 17th Jan 2013
- LaTeX – Nuts and Bolts - Dr. Petrik Galvosas: Thursday 24th Jan 2013
- Working with the workshop – Dr. Andy Edgar: Tuesday 29th Jan 2013
LabVIEW Basics Workshop
Always wanted to learn a little more about building LabVIEW programmes? This 1-2 hour workshop, with Victoria University’s Dr. Howard Lukefahr, will gently introduce you to the basics of creating a LabVIEW program for interacting with lab equipment, plotting, analysing data and signal processing.
No prior programming experience is necessary!
Spaces are still available for the free event, email email@example.com to sign up, or show up on the day.
Tuesday 14th May 2013, 5.30pm. Location: Laby 203, VUW (Wellington)
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