The thrill of not knowing
19 Apr 2023
Machine learning engineer Tanya Dixit ventured from India to Australia in 2019 to join one of the few graduate programs in the world focused squarely on machine learning.
ANU Escape Room opens doors to public
21 Mar 2023
The original Escape Room was difficult to crack. Only one team was able to solve all five riddles. But the high rate of difficulty did not prevent other educators and business leaders from...
Hanna Kurniawati to spearhead Autonomous Systems Research in Australia’s space tech
20 Mar 2023
Professor Hanna Kurniawati has been appointed as Professorial Chair for System Autonomy, Intelligence, and Decision Making at Australia’s leading space research centre.
The happiest traveller: from India to ANU
8 Mar 2023
As an undergraduate computing student in Mubai, India, Sagarika Raje was one of only a handful of women in lecture halls filled with men. And at times she suspected her professors favoured...
Michael and Laurie McRobbie visit ANU
1 Mar 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) hosted distinguished international visitors, Professor Michael McRobbie and his wife Laurie McRobbie on our beautiful campus this week to view a painting received in Michael’s honour. The...
From rockets to AI: reaching the unreachable with Co-Lab Honours
18 Nov 2022
“When I was a child, I wanted to build up a rocket and head off to space”, says Daishi Adams.
Computing project sends “open source ambassadors” to GitHub
9 Nov 2022
Project maintainers on the cloud coding site GitHub may have noticed a recent surge in “open source ambassadors” from ANU.
Computers to bolster fight against ovarian cancer
28 Oct 2022
A new discovery will allow high-speed computing and machine learning to improve the early detection and treatment of ovarian cancer.
Gamble pays off as computing standout lands at Google
21 Oct 2022
Feiyue Tao feared her research would suffer if she accepted a summer internship with Google, but it didn’t prevent her from earning a Postgraduate Medal for Academic Excellence.
Escape Room unlocks inventive path to learning
7 Oct 2022
One room, 60 minutes, five puzzles and the only way out is to solve them. That’s the challenge facing students at the ANU School of Computing.