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Lunch Hour Lectures on Tour - 2012 - Audio
During June 2012, UCL’s free, public, Lunch Hour Lectures will be uprooted from their usual residence at UCL and go on tour to The British Museum. This summer series of four Lunch Hour Lectures will feature introductions by British Museum curators, and discuss: new discoveries in Neanderthal excavations; why anyone would want to visit museum collections online; how the smell of historical objects can reveal new information; and how putting artworks under the microscope can help us re-evaluate our knowledge of important pieces.
Entering the Ecological Age: Resource Efficient Cities - video
In the last 18 months Peter Head has visited 23 countries discussing a transition from the industrial model of city development to an ecological one based on efficient use of renewable resources, including energy. He will present both retrofit and new development scenarios which are emerging, and his analysis, based on evidence of real examples of best practice, makes an economic case for rethinking forms of cities to enable human development to flourish. Peter Head is a Senior Director at Arup, one of the world's most successful engineering and planning consultancy companies, with over 10,000 staff in 37 countries. Peter is a civil and structural engineer who has become a recognized world leader in major bridges (he received an OBE for successfully delivering the Second Severn Crossing as Government Agent), advanced composite technology and now in sustainable development in cities. He has won many awards for his work including the Award of Merit of IABSE, the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Silver Medal and the Prince Philip Award for Polymers in the Service of Mankind. He was appointed in 2002 by the Mayor of London as an independent Commissioner on the London Sustainable Development Commission and leads the planning and development sub-group of the Commission. He joined Arup in 2004 to create the Planning and Integrated Urbanism team, which he directs from London. This lecture is a summary of the prestigious Brunel lecture for the UK Institution of Civil Engineers.
「情報学最前線」平成28年度市民講座
平成28年度の市民講座では、国立情報学研究所の研究者が、情報学に関連したさまざまなテーマについてわかりやすく解説します。「情報学最前線」と題して以下の講座を開催しました。コーディネーター:宮尾祐介、福田健介(国立情報学研究所)
UPMC Cours
Cours organisés à l'université P.M. Curie.
Environment: Lake Baikal - for iPod/iPhone
Should natural resources be exploited to support economic development? In Siberia, Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world and contains one fifth of the world’s freshwater. It has developed over 25 million years to be a truly unique eco-system - yet this lake is now an environment at serious risk. This album focuses on the growing environmental threats to the region, which was named a World Heritage Site in 1996. Industry and new businesses flocked to the once-isolated region, inducing massive economic growth, but at what cost to the natural habitat? On top of this threat, the invasion of alien species and rising water temperatures due to global warming throw up questions, conflicts and challenges about sustainable development and how we are to manage the consequences of our actions responsibly. This material forms part of the course U216 Environment.
UCL writer and artist-in-residence look to the skies - Audio
The UCL Environment Institute's writer and artist-in-residence, Richard Hamblyn and Martin John Callanan, talk about the launch of Extraordinary Clouds and A Planetary Order, a new book and a terrestrial globe.
UPMC Vie étudiante
Conférences organisées à l'université P.M. Curie, ouvertes au public.
Reactions to UCL's Sustainable Cities launch - Audio
On 8 July 2009, UCL formally launched its Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities – a programme to rally the university’s breadth of expertise in service of urban sustainability. Hundreds of guests attended, including policymakers and practitioners from government bodies and non-governmental organisations, architectural practices and engineering firms. Here are a few of their reflections on the launch.
Campus Report | 2014
Für den »Campus Report« der Baden-Unis Heidelberg, Mannheim, Freiburg und Karlsruhe produziert die Radio-KIT-Redaktion wöchentlich einen populärwissenschaftlichen Beitrag. Die Sendungen laufen montags bis freitags um 19.10 Uhr im Programm von »Radio Regenbogen«.
Big Step Conference - Video
The purpose of this meeting was to engage scientists, policy makers and business leaders in a dialogue asking if systems thinking can offer help in their decision-making processes. The meeting was a great success due to an eclectic array of speakers, panellists and participants from various backgrounds ensuring lively debate and engaging presentations.
Big Step Conference - Audio
The purpose of this meeting was to engage scientists, policy makers and business leaders in a dialogue asking if systems thinking can offer help in their decision-making processes. The meeting was a great success due to an eclectic array of speakers, panellists and participants from various backgrounds ensuring lively debate and engaging presentations.
IOCCG Summer Lecture Series 2012
The International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG) organized the first IOCCG Summer Lecture Series dedicated to high level training in the fundamentals of ocean optics, bio‐optics and ocean colour remote sensing. This was a 2‐week intensive course that took place from July 2nd – 14th at the Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche (LOV), Villefranche‐sur‐mer, France. A total of 13 renowned lecturers were invited to teach at the course and 17 students from 13 different countries took part in the course (see Appendix 1 ‐ List of Training Course Participants). More than 100 students had applied to participate in the course and the 17 remaining applicants were primarily chosen with respect to their motivation and on the basis of their academic background. The majority of them were PhD students and post‐Docs, and some were starting their careers as young researchers. The participants came from a broad range of backgrounds, but all were familiar with at least some domains of ocean colour science and had a solid understanding of ocean colour remote sensing.
Sustainable Cities Launch - Video
UCL formally launched its Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities – a programme to rally the university’s breadth of expertise in service of urban sustainability – at an evening event on 8 July 2009. Hundreds of invited guests – including policymakers and practitioners from government bodies and non-governmental organisations, architectural practices and engineering firms – were welcomed by UCL President and Provost Professor Malcolm Grant.
「情報学最前線」平成27年度市民講座
平成27年度の市民講座では、国立情報学研究所の研究者が、情報学に関連したさまざまなテーマについてわかりやすく解説します。「情報学最前線」と題して以下の講座を開催しました。コーディネーター:相原健郎、宮尾祐介(国立情報学研究所)
Fast Fourier Transforms
This book uses an index map, a polynomial decomposition, an operator factorization, and a conversion to a filter to develop a very general and efficient description of fast algorithms to calculate the discrete Fourier transform (DFT). The work of Winograd is outlined, chapters by Selesnick, Pueschel, and Johnson are included, and computer programs are provided. Connexions is an environment for collaboratively developing, freely sharing, and rapidly publishing scholarly content on the Web. Our Content Commons contains educational materials for everyone — from children to college students to professionals — organized in small modules that are easily connected into larger collections or courses. All content is free to use and reuse under the Creative Commons "attribution" license.
COFA Talks
COFA hosts free talks every week during semester by well known artists, designers, political figures, writers, educators and gallerists working within the field of the arts.  For more information on upcoming topics and directions on how to get to COFA, please visit the COFA website: http://www.cofa.unsw.edu.au
Conférences
Vous retrouverez ici des conférences données à l'école des mines de Nantes.
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology)  - Audio
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology) People with disabilities suggest how educators, adapted environments, and technology can ensure equal access to education and employment for individuals with disabilities. The series features participants in the DO-IT program at the University of Washington. For more information about this series, please see the DO-IT web site. All programs are open captioned.
S-Cube Learning Package: JRA-1.1: Engineering and Design
This collection contains the S-Cube learning package produced in the category 'Service Engineering and Design'
Landscape Design S1
Walk through this colourful landscape design series that takes you through ‘the large and the small of it’. In this series you will discover the passion and the concepts of landscape design.
Going Green
The following tracks were provided to Ohio on iTunes U and made possible by the Ohio EPA Environmental Education Fund. They highlight how some Ohioans' have made the decision to change the way they produce and use their energy. The series tells the story of individuals and businesses that are making their homes and offices more efficient. Going Green shows how personal activities can have an impact on environmental issues, especially in reducing personal contributions to climate change.
History - DNR
Interesting stories, information and activities focused on Minnesota's history, brought to you by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
HD ETS Arquitectura
Objetos de aprendizaje públicos de la colección de la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura
Reguleringsteknikk for vg1 TIP
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Data-Oriented XML (SS 2009) - Created with tele-TASK - more than video! Powered by Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI).
Mit der Sprache XML die Basissyntax für eine Familie von Sprachen gelegt, die sich leicht definieren automatisch verarbeiten lassen. Aus diesem Grund ersetzt XML in der Entwicklung von Komponentensystemen zunehmend "traditionelle" Sprachen. In der Vorlesung werden zum einen die Anwendungsgebiete (zusammen mit konkreten XML-Vokubularen), zum anderen die Techniken zur Verarbeitung von XML vorgestellt.