Student innovators win McCusker Prize for new, lifesaving technologies
16 Jan 2024
Engineering student Nicholas Bull won a McCusker Prize Humanitarian Engineering for his research on water purification in Timor-Leste. The other prize went to an ANU Computing team deploying AI to battle bushfires....
Escape Room garners teaching award, funding to expand
8 Dec 2023
Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes has won a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Education, in part for the Escape Room he designed for teaching computer science. A separate teaching grant will facilitate the...
We tell people how atoms move—an interview with Loong Wang
6 Dec 2023
Loong Wang’s first two tech companies were valued at nearly $2 billion when they were sold. He has founded two more since his 2021 pivot to bio-medical technology.
Computing internship leads to life, career change
14 Nov 2023
Andrea Do was working as a medical researcher when she first encountered machine learning. She decided to enrol at the School of Computing, where an internship at a fast-growing tech company changed...
Escape Room wins funding to expand across ANU campus
1 Nov 2023
Get your thinking caps on. The Escape Room is expanding.
Computing scholar seeks to reverse chaos caused by fake images, video
11 Oct 2023
Dr Sabrina Caldwell is in battle mode against deceptive images and deepfakes, and more specifically, the negative impacts that image manipulation and artificial intelligence generated content (AIGC) have on the public.
Pioneering woman launches PhD with ANU Computing
4 Oct 2023
Chunyi Sun skipped a year of school during her youth in Nanjing, China and had started university a year early when a surprising swerve in her study interests led her to The...
New support for ANU-led space technologies
27 Sep 2023
Canberra is set to establish itself as Australia’s gateway to space, with a series of significant investments in its growing space industry and space technologies led by The Australian National University (ANU)....
Computing pioneer aims for impact as researcher, mentor
26 Sep 2023
Dr Xiaoyu Sun is the first recipient of the Pioneering Women Lectureship, designed to address the need for more women in computing.
Medal-winning scholar takes machine learning to new heights
25 Sep 2023
Edmund Hofflin recently accepted a PhD position at Oxford University. “This will be in mathematics, focused on the background theory of artificial intelligence,” said the School of Computing’s 2022 University Medal winner....