Monthly Archives: January 2016
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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CS Graduate, Matt Trobbiani produces one of the best games in 2015!
Matt Trobbiani, a Computer Science graduate has developed a game, Hacknet, where players fill the shoes of a real-life computer hacker. Since its release in August 2015 it has been downloaded more than 100,000 times and has also made best 2015 games lists on numerous websites including Giant Bomb, Gizmodo and GameSpot. This story was originally published by […]
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