Talei Elu discusses a prototype she created for a satellite beacon to be used in boating emergencies at the School of Cybernetics' Demo Day.

14 June 2023

The Australian National University (ANU) cybernetics students presented cyber-physical systems as industry partners, collaborators and the wider community gathered on campus for Demo Day.

Alexander Ollman enjoyed the Capstone engineering course so much that he took it twice. Now he's returned to Capstone as a mentor aiming to design a remote piloting system for the long haul trucking industry.

10 May 2023
When a kangaroo jumps in front of a semitrailer, who should make the course correction? A human driver? AI? How about a semi-autonomous piloting system controlled by a human operator thousands of kilometres away?

Ned Cooper became a lawyer because he believed the legal system was "the best point of intervention" to fight for social justice. Confronted with the impacts of software designed to predict future criminals, he shifted his focus to cybernetics.

3 March 2023

As a boy growing up on his grandparents’ orchard in Armidale, NSW, Ned Cooper got on well with classmates from First Nations communities.

Professor Michael McRobbie AO and his wife Laurie McRobbie pose with the painting donated to ANU in their honour. 

1 March 2023
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

New starters were greeted by student and academic leaders, as well as the newest ANU Solar Racing car, at a 14 Feb. welcoming event.

15 February 2023

The Australian National University (ANU) welcomed new and returning students this week, highlighted by a kick-off event on the lawn of the Birch Building where new starters had the opportunity to meet academics and student leaders for th

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