Joint Statement on Rankings in Computer Science
16 Feb 2022
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Things I've Learned in 50 Years of Computing
25 Nov 2021
2021 marks 50 years of computing at ANU! Our special guest for this golden anniversary is a man who witnessed and took part in a lot of them!
Robot co-pilots to make helicopter rescue faster, safer
5 Nov 2021
Associate Professor Hanna Kurniawati and her team at the ANU School of Computing have been awarded two grants by the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Out of the blue: PhD wins ANU Crawford Prize
29 Oct 2021
Dr Shafin Rahman has been awarded the J.G. Crawford Prize for his PhD thesis on ways to empower computer vision to interpret unseen objects and new visual information without assistance from humans....
Supercomputing world record
1 Oct 2021
Dr Giuseppe Barca and his team have set a new world record for quantum chemical calculations, using a supercomputer to predict the chemical reactions and physical properties of molecular systems with tens...
A fireside chat with ANU PhDs now at Twitter Engineering
28 Sep 2021
Dr Xi Yang and Dr Suvash Sedhain talk about their diverse and dynamic career paths, before and during their time at Twitter Engineering.
Teaching in a pandemic
27 Sep 2021
Prof. Steve Blackburn is teaching Structured Programming for the second time during the pandemic. In 2020, he and tutor, Leopold Zhou, received a Remote Teaching & Student Experience award for their interactive...
A Fireside Chat with Dr Elena Kelareva
21 Sep 2021
In this inaugural Computing Leadership webinar, ANU alumnus Dr Elena Kelareva (PhD 2014, ANU) will talk about her diverse and dynamic career path, reflect on several career transitions, and share tips on...
Software enables COVID vaccines
1 Sep 2021
He is an indispensable leader in humanity’s war against the coronavirus. But outside the highly technical fields of biomedical research and bioinformatics software, few people know of Dr Minh Bui, a senior...
Fuzzing research escapes lab
27 Aug 2021
School of Computing PhD candidate Adrian Herrera’s research on “fuzzing” has escaped the lab and, only weeks after publication, is being incorporated into the software industry’s preferred bug-finding tool, AFL++.