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.
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.
In the school holidays, the School of Computer Science at the University of Adelaide hosted a Summer Holiday Program about CyberSecurity for high school students from the 12th to the 16th of January. A total of 16 year 11 and 12 students were selected to participate in the program, over a week at the North […]
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. […]
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 […]