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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CSER Group Launches next CSER Teacher Professional Development MOOC – Next Steps

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 […]

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AdelaideX launches ‘Think. Create. Code.’ MOOC

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 […]

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Research Associate and PhD scholarship (privacy-preserving computation) available at University of Adelaide

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 […]

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Samadhi Nallaperuma wins place at Google Anita Borg Retreat

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 […]

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Study Abroad Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

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 […]

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Reza Bonyadi and Zbyszek Michalewicz – GECCO Best Paper Award!

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!  

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Dr Gustavo Carneiro wins Humboldt Research Fellowship

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.

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Guosheng Lin wins Google PhD Fellowship

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 […]

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