After a successful 2014 pilot and feedback from students and mentors, Computer Science students who have completed at least one year of study again have the opportunity to be matched with industry mentors across a wide range of CS areas including Software Engineering and Security consulting. This is a fantastic opportunity and an area of […]
Leading into the careers expo, Microsoft engineers welcomed students in a tech talk on how Big Data is shaping Microsoft projects and challenged students to test their coding skills in a 3 hour ACM style programming competition for a Microsoft Xbox One and $100 gift cards.
Students were able to join Google Engineers for a hands on interactive tour on building a web application using Polymer — ‘the future of the web platform’. As well as getting some hands on experience with this framework, students were also able to discuss opportunities for internships and positions at Google over pizza with the […]
Students can now enjoy an even better study and activity lounge with upgrades to the CSLC (Duck Lounge) including a permanent movable touch display, more couches and comfortable chairs and upgraded computers (Mac, Linux and Windows) amongst other upgrades. The CSLC provides a space where students studying Computer Science subjects can work together on projects […]
The CSER group has launched the next CSER MOOC, addressing the Digital Technologies curriculum for teachers of years 7 & 8, supported by Digital Careers and Google. This new course is open for Registration now, and will start on the 1st May, 2015. The CSER MOOC – Next Steps builds upon CSER’s work in the Foundations-6 MOOC in helping provide […]
The University of Adelaide’s new partnership with EdX, AdelaideX has launched its first set of MOOCs, including Think. Create. Code. an introductory programming course developed by the School of Computer Science. Think. Create. Code. is about learning to code through the creation of artistic images and animations, resulting in your own online gallery. With many careers […]
Year 8 STEM students from Henley High School will be visiting the School of Computer Science on the 17th of March 2015. They will get a flavour of visual programming. Our lecturer Lina Yao will help the students to build cool animations using the tool Scratch.
Research Associate and PhD scholarship in privacy-preserving computation available at University of Adelaide Two research positions funded by Australian Research Council are available in the School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide: one post-doctoral Research Associate at starting salary $75,111 per annum for two years initially with the possibility of extension to an additional year depending on […]