Information about student activities, events, news.
Students can view the CS Student Activities Calendar here.
Congratulations to all the UofA teams (O(n!), DMW, uofa0xDEADBEEF, TJR and ufoa80186) who competed in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition – Divisional round on Saturday 30 August. University of Adelaide teams took the top 3 positions for SA and won back the perpetual Golden Ukulele trophy and a place in the Regional competition to […]
The Google Anita Borg Retreat provides an opportunity for female Computer Science students to encourage women to excel in computing and technology, and become active role models and leaders in these fields. Samadhi Nallaperuma, a PhD student within the Optimisation and Logistics Group in the School of Computer Science, has been invited to be one of a […]
Our school supports a wide range of extracurricular activities to challenge you while having fun. Announcements on how to get involved in activities such as those below are posted here throughout the year. Programming competitions The school has a long history of competing in competitions such as the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition, Cyber Security […]
10 University of Adelaide Computer Science students are currently undertaking a study abroad program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), where they are are undertaking an intensive version of the course COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks & Applications. Accompanied by their University of Adelaide lecturer, Dr Nick Falkner, these 10 students are combining […]
University of Adelaide computer science students are taking a few days out of their mid-year break to boost their knowledge and skills in cyber security. On 22-24 July, 100 students at all levels will attend the first in a series of events aimed to build their ability to defeat computer hacking and other cyber attacks. […]
Friday lunchtime Programming Club launches: Switched on students of all year levels are meeting weekly in the Duck Lounge (EM110) to practice their programming skills, in preparation for the ACM Intercollegiate Programming competition and to improve their programming skills. Each week a problem from an online judging site is set and students attempt, alone or […]
Computer Science recently hosted an ‘incubation’ program at the University, during which entrepreneurial students were supported to develop their business ideas over the three month period from January to March. The incubation program involves selecting the top founders from across the campus and nurturing them by teaching them about calculated risk-taking, lean-startup methods and best […]
Five of our undergraduate students spent the summer at Google (Sydney) on a range of different internship programs. These programs involve a 12 week development project that gives interns an opportunity to enhance their coding skills and get exposed to new tools and programming languages, while working with Google software engineers on live Google projects. In […]
The School of Computer Science has joined the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) program for semester 1. Computer Systems and Object Oriented Programming will have weekly PASS led by senior students. PASS helps students get the most out of their courses and connect with like minded peers. PASS sessions are held in room EM110 in the […]