School of Computer Science Awards Night 2016

The School of Computer Science recently celebrated its awards night, where we acknowledge the achievements of our students and also our staff over the past year. 2015 was a fantastic year for the School, with significant achievements across our teaching and research, and some fantastic outcomes for our students. Dr Claudia Szabo was awarded an Office […]

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Project Poster Day Semester 1, 2016!

Many congratulations to our students who recently presented their project work for this semester, including the Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) project courses, Honours and Masters in Computer Science Projects, and projects undertaken as part of the Mobile and Wireless Networks course. It was a great event, with some fantastic projects on display!   Bachelor of […]

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Welcome to Dr Christoph Treude!

The School warmly welcomes Dr Christoph Treude, who has recently joined us as a Senior Lecturer in the School. Christoph Treude received the Diplom degree in computer science/management information systems from the University of Siegen, Germany, in 2007 and the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Victoria, Canada, in 2012. After PostDocs […]

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$6.9 million funding agreement with Department of Education and Training to support K-12 Digital Technologies

Today we hosted a visit from Minister Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training, and Minister Pyne, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, to announce a new funding agreement expand our work with the CSER MOOCs  to a national support program for Australian teachers within the Digital Technologies space! Minister Birmingham confirmed, in his announcement, “Closing the […]

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Job Opportunity: Level B fixed-term position available (2 years)

The School of Computer Science is inviting applications for a 2-year fixed-term Level B contract position available from January 2016. If you would like to know further information, including details on how to apply, please visit: http://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en/job/494128/lecturer

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University of Adelaide Team Wins Unearthed Hackathon

A team of students from the School of Computer Science has won the inaugural Adelaide Unearthed Hackathon (http://unearthed.solutions/events/unearthed-adelaide-2015/) . The Hackathon brings together teams of students with experienced advisors for 54 hours to solve challenging technical problems for mining industry sponsors. The winning team HyperSpecX worked with BHP to produce an innovative machine-learning solution to […]

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School of Computer Science hosts CodeClub Australia

The School of Computer Science is working with CodeClub Australia in helping prepare South Australian teachers for the new Digital Technologies Curriculum. Our first event, running on Monday 24th August, will see approximately 20 teachers working with CodeClub to develop their knowledge in Computer Science.     

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CSER partners with Adelaide City Library for National Science Week

The CSER group are partnering with the Adelaide City Library during Australia’s National Science Week (15th-23rd of August) to bring families opportunities to learn about Computer Science and coding. The Adelaide City Library will be opening their doors to the fun and creative world of computer coding so that families can come and learn to […]

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Best Paper Award at GECCO 2015

Congratulations to Benjamin Doerr, Frank Neumann and Andrew Sutton for receiving the Best Paper Award – Theory Track at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation GECCO 2015 Conference ! The award was given for their paper: Improved Runtime Bounds for the (1+1) EA on Random 3-CNF Formulas Based on Fitness-Distance Correlation Improved Runtime Bounds for the (1+1) EA on […]

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Best Paper Honourable Mention at CVPR 2015

A Best Paper Honourable Mention for the 28th IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, CVPR 2015, was awarded to Dr Tat-Jun Chin, Dr Pulak Purkait, Dr Anders Eriksson, and Prof. David Suter, for their paper: Efficient Globally Optimal Consensus Maximisation with Tree Search. CVPR is the premier annual conference for Computer Vision research, and this recognition […]

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