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....
Pioneering Women Scholarship welcomes computing standout from Sri Lanka
20 Sep 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) is addressing underrepresentation of women in computing through a new Pioneering Women Program. We spoke to inaugural scholarship recipient Sumayya Ziyad about the award, her study journey...
ANU engineering student experiment to be tested by ISS astronauts
18 Sep 2023
What do chopsticks and space robots have in common? Japanese astronauts onboard the International Space Station (ISS) are about to find out.
Educating engineers to safely steward nuclear systems
5 Sep 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) is introducing new courses to train the next generation of engineers to work safely and securely in and around nuclear systems and shape Australia’s approach toward nuclear...
ANU duo wins Eureka Prize for genomics software that armed humanity against COVID-19
24 Aug 2023
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have been recognised for their pivotal efforts in the battle against COVID-19 in Australia’s premier science awards, the 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
Charting green hydrogen supply for heavy industry
18 Aug 2023
Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) School of Engineering, in partnership with the Heavy Industry Low-carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC), have unveiled an interactive web tool that calculates the...
Health and computing: An interview with Professor Hanna Suominen
9 Aug 2023
Professor Hanna Suominen juggles teaching responsibilities at The Australian National University (ANU) School of Computing with Our Health In Our Hands (OHIOH), a strategic initiative of ANU applying advanced computing to healthcare and...
Eureka Prize winner reflects on software that armed humanity against COVID-19
19 Jul 2023
Dr Robert Lanfear and Dr Minh Bui of the Australian National University (ANU) have been awarded the 2023 Eureka Prize for Excellence in Research Software for their genomics software IQTree2.
Pitch to save the reef wins College 3MT
26 Jun 2023
Congratulations to The Australian National University (ANU) PhD student Dan Virah-Sawmy, who won over both the judges and crowd at our recent 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) event for his engaging pitch on...
Bots heard ‘round the world: AI and the future of astronomy
22 Jun 2023
“So far, astronomers have dealt with images of the night sky. Now that we have film of the night sky, what we need are algorithms capable of taking this information and summarising...