Variable Compleja y Transformadas (Matemáticas II)
Se trata de una asignatura de segundo curso de Grado en Ingeniería Electrónica Industrial y Automática. Con esta asignatura se pretende dar a conocer la valiosa herramienta del Análisis Matemático que define la teoría de variable compleja. Esta teoría, de una forma o de otra, está presente en todas las ramas de la Ingeniería y, en lo que a esta titulación se refiere, forma una parte muy importante en asignaturas tales como Análisis de Circuitos.
Sistemas de Telecomunicación
Esta asignatura ofrece contenidos de tipo básico y especializado. Los contenidos básicos son todos aquellos relacionados con los sistemas de transmisión en línea (primer bloque de contenidos), de los que destacan las magnitudes logarítmicas, las perturbaciones de los medios de transmisión y el estudio del ruido. Los contenidos más aplicados son los relacionados con el diseño de ICTs (segundo bloque de contenidos), que constiruyen una aplicación y a la vez un refuerzo de los contenid
Design in Nature [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sarah Coakley, Professor John Cottingham, Professor John Worrall | The idea that nature displays an inherent purpose, and more generally the hand of a wise designer, may have suffered a blow from Darwinian science, but it seems not to have been a death-blow. Indeed, from both academic and popular wings of theist opinion there is still considerable interest in arguments from design. The classic arguments contended that the natural world is so complex and suited to our surviv
International Relations as a Social Science [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Iver Neumann | One origin of the social sciences lies in opposition to the discipline of history. Rather than speculating about the course of history generally, the idea was to look at the variation in forms of social life. The social sciences are not alone in attempting this. Other approaches to such a study may be found in psychology and biology. Drawing on Durkheim and Mauss, Professor Iver Neumann will begin with a discussion of how these different but overlapping appr
Literary Festival 2013: The Future of Publishing in a Digital Age [Audio]
Speaker(s): Ben Galley, Claire Squires, Damon Zucca | New technologies have the potential to revolutionise how publishing works. And the benefits for authors of faster and more accessible opportunities are obvious. But the death of books has long been predicted but has not yet come to pass. This session will look at the prospects for the future of academic and traditional publishing in the digital age. The session will examine the current state of play in digital publishing, how readers’ views
Why I am a Euro-optimist [Audio]
Speaker(s): Alain Juppé | At this time of mistrust towards the European Union, Alain Juppé reiterates his strong beliefs and his faith in Europe's future. A plea by a French statesman who has always been committed to the European enterprise. Alain Juppé was President of the political party Union for a Popular Movement from 2002 to 2004. He served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2011 to 2012. He also served as Prime Minister of France from 1995 to 1997 under President Jacques Chirac an
Nationalism and Transnational History [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor John Breuilly, Dr Faisal Devji, Dr Mark Hewitson | This discussion will mark the launch of The Oxford Handbook of the History of Nationalism edited by Professor John Breuilly. The Oxford Handbook of the History of Nationalism comprises thirty six essays by an international team of leading scholars, providing a global coverage of the history of nationalism in its different aspects—ideas, sentiments, and politics. Every chapter takes the form of an interpretative essay whi
Austerity - The History of a Dangerous Idea [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Mark Blyth | Governments have advanced a policy of draconian budget cuts - austerity - to solve the financial crisis. Austerity however is a dangerous idea that has time and again led to low growth and income inequality. "Austerity" marshals an army of facts to demand that we recognize austerity for what it is, and what it costs us. Mark Blyth is professor of International Political Economy at Brown University. Jonathan Hopkin is reader in Comparative Politics at the Depart
Can Europe lead in a post-western world? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Jaimini Bhagwati, Professor Mary Kaldor, Mark Leonard | Since the last European Security Strategy when Western hegemony seemed unassailable, Europe has lost both hard and soft power because of the euro crisis. Should Europe simply retire from global governance? Or are there assets on which it can draw in order to play an influential role as a new world order emerges?’ Dr Jaimini Bhagwati, is the high commissioner of India to the United Kingdom. Mary Kaldor is professor of global
Tracking the Gender Politics of the Millennium Development Goals: from the Millennium Declaration to
Speaker(s): Professor Naila Kabeer | The Millennium Declaration, signed by over 180 world leaders at the start of the new millennium, committed the international community to targeted achievements on a number of goals by 2015. Along with poverty reduction and human development, these goals included gender equality and women's empowerment. Now, as we draw closer to 2015, there have been worldwide consultations on what will replace the MDG agenda. This lecture will focus on the gender politics of
An evaluation of Simventure
This paper discusses the value of providing a simulated experience of how organisations work enabling skills and knowledge from disparate subject areas to be synthesised and assimilated in solving complex business problem
From Eco-Catastrophe to Zero Clearing: why is deforestation in the Neotropics declining? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Susanna Hecht | An expert on tropical development, Professor Susanna Hecht will address the recent dramatic decline in deforestation in Amazonia, why it has occurred, and how likely it is to endure. Susanna Hecht is a professor in the School of Public Affairs and the Institute of the Environment at UCLA.
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 4 - Archaeologica
The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the archaeological remains of the south west of the county. Divided into parishes, this inventory covers remains from the prehistoric period through to post-medieval settlements and earthworks. There is an appendix on Roman roads.
Come to Michigan: Spanish 60
Bienvenidos a la Universidad de Michigan El universo de la Universidad de Michigan, la magia de la ciencia, humanidades, arte y la cultura que cambian vidas, avanzan descubrimientos y promueven una visión amplia del mundo. Un recorrido visual del campus de Ann Arbor, vida estudiantil, investigación, creatividad que culminan en numerosos instante ¡Eureka! en la ciencias las humanidades y también en el crecimiento personal de los estudiantes.
Human Embryology and Bioethics
Prof. Gareth Jones : Course
Theology and Physics
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne : Course
Does the Advance of Science Mean Secularisation? - Discussion
Prof. David Martin : Discussion
Can Scientists Believe in Miracles?
Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys : Lecture
In Conversation with Mark Henaghan
The Faculty of Law is pleased to present Professor Mark Henaghan, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Otago in conversation with Professor Nicola Peart. Professor Henaghan speaks about his journey from University of Otago student to academic to the Faculty of Law’s longest serving Dean. He discusses family law, judicial appointments, leadership and ‘The Human Genome Project’. May 2013
English & Linguistics: Poetry with a Pulse - Rhian Gallagher
Rhian Gallagher is a poet whose writing has been widely anthologised. She won the New Zealand Post Book Award for Poetry in 2012 for her second collection of poems, Shift. 14 February 2013