Monthly Archives: July 2014
A/Prof Michael Sheng has been awarded a prestigious ARC Future Fellowship. This recognition of Michael’s work is outstanding, with only 7 Future Fellowships being awarded in Information and Computing Sciences across Australia this year. The fellowship will continue from 2014 to 2018, with total funding of $757,452 for the following project: The future World Wide […]
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 […]
Reza Bonyadi and Zbyszek Michalewicz have received the Best Paper Award at the recent GECCO 2014 conference, for their paper: Bonyadi, M., and Michalewicz, Z., SPSO2011 – Analysis of stability, local convergence, and rotation sensitivity. Congratulations to both!
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. […]
Congratulations to Dr Gustavo Carneiro who has been awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers. This award, granted by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, will support Dr Carneiro in his research, through funding a research visit to Germany to undertake a collaborative research project.
The Google PhD Fellowship program supports PhD students in computer science and related fields, and is part of our commitment to building strong relationships with the global academic community. Only two Fellowships were awarded to students from Australian Universities, with only 38 awarded worldwide. Guosheng Lin, from the ACVT in the School of Computer Science, was awarded […]
Lina Yao and Anton Uzonov have both received Dean’s Commendations for Thesis Excellence for their recent PhD completions. Lina Yao, supervised by A/Prof Michael Sheng and Professor Anne Ngu, has completed her thesis in the area: Multidimensional Analysis of Heterogeneous Relationships in Internet of Things. Anton Uzunov, supervised by A/Prof Katrina Falkner and Prof Eduardo […]
The new Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre represents an investment of $88 million into Australia’s big data research effort over the next five years, with $25 million being contributed through the Cooperative Research Centres program, an Australian Government Initiative. The ACVT here in the School of Computer Science forms a major component of this new […]