Events October 2018

12
Sep
2018

Upcoming CartoGIS events

CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events for CAP HDR students and CAP academic and professional staff this semester.

17
Sep
2018

The Colours of Anthropology: A Visual Anthropology Exhibition

The Colours of Anthropology photography exhibition is an exploration of sensory ethnography with a particular focus on colour. It showcases the photographs of ANU anthropologists taken during their research “in the field” in various places around the world. The exhibition will run for four weeks, from 14 September to October 12, 2018.
20
Sep
2018

GIS Analysis for Research (GIS101)

Learn a range of simple GIS analyses which can support your research.

03
Oct
2018

Wines of Japan and statistics on wine

Kimie Harada, ANU visiting fellow and professor at Chuo University

It is only in the last 30 years that the quality of Japan Wine (wine made solely from grapes grown in Japan) has improved greatly and the country has become capable of producing world-class wines.

03
Oct
2018

Sharon Bessell - Inspiring Women of ANU

Professor Sharon Bessell

Who Counts? Research as a Pathway to More Inclusive Societies

03
Oct
2018

Using Model Builder to enhance workflow in ArcGIS (half-day workshop) (GIS204)

Are you interested in increasing the efficiency of your GIS use?

ArcGIS’s ModelBuilder provides a visual language to facilitate spatial tasks. It makes it easy to visually combine and adjust sequences of tools into an integrated workflow.

03
Oct
2018

Remaking Chinese hard power: the rebirth of the People's Liberation Army

Adam Ni
Since 2015, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has undergone the most sweeping and comprehensive transformation since at least the 1960s. This is driven largely by elite politics, and China's pursuit of a world-class military. The transformation of the PLA has significantly affected its internal politics, institutional structure, and strategic thinking. This seminar will provide an overview of these key developments, and outline their implications for China's hard power and elite politics in the years ahead.
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