Cybersecurity Vulnerability Puts Most Computers at Risk
Cybersecurity researchers at the University of Adelaide say vulnerabilities in common computer processors could open the way for data to be stolen from millions of modern computers. Dr Yuval Yarom from the University of Adelaide’s School of Computer Science, and Data61, is part of an international team that has reported on security vulnerabilities in Intel […]
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ARC Grant Funding Success
Researchers from the School of Computer Science have won over $1.5 million dollars in new research funding from the Australian Research Council. This will support research in Computer Vision, Medical Imaging, Software Engineering and the Internet of Things. Professor Anton van den Hengel with Dr Damien Teney have been awarded a Discovery Project grant of […]
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New Cooperative Research Centre in Cyber Security
A new $50 million Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) focusing on Cyber Security was announced on 22 September 2017 by the Hon Craig Laundy MP, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science and the Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Cyber Security. This funding will leverage more than $89 million from the […]
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Australian Centre for Robotic Vision: Are we almost in a Jetsons’ reality?
The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, the world’s first research centre specialising in robotic vision, is bringing us ever closer to the lifestyle showcased in the 1960s cartoon The Jetsons The Centre’s world-leading researchers are already giving robots the vision, understanding and hand-eye coordination to solve problems 29 September 2017: While many of the gadgets […]
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Advances in CyberSecurity led by University of Adelaide
Dr Yuval Yarom, a Research Fellow within the School of Computer Science, leads our CyberSecurity research program, working with undergraduate and postgraduate students to produce world leading advances in the area. Recent results include the discovery of a security issue within USBs, where untrusted devices could spy on keystrokes, as discussed by Yuval “if a malicious […]
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Computer Science and EEE students on Cybersecurity Exchange in Estonia
For the past three years, the University of Adelaide has been running a student global learning project in conjunction with the Talinn University of Technology and University of Tartu, Estonia, and the University of Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany. Over the three years, thirty students have been introduced the entrepreneurship and cybersecurity culture of Estonia, meeting with representatives […]
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CS Researcher in SALA Art Exhibition
Aneta Neumann, a researcher from the School of Computer Science is exhibiting two mixed media artworks in Hub Central. The artworks are inspired by images produced by new methods in evolutionary image transition, pioneered by Aneta in her research toward her PhD. This research, carried out within the Optimisation and Logistic Research Group in the […]
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Congratulations to the Australian Centre of Robotic Vision!
Congratulations to the team which has recently won the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge scoring an impressive 272 points after a finals round in which both picking and stowing tasks were accomplished without blemish (the runner-up team scored 235). The team’s share of the prize pool of US$250,000 will be around US$100,000. The Amazon Robotics Challenge is an […]
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2017 SA Science Excellence Winners
Dr Claudia Szabo and Professor Anton van den Hengel were winners at the 2017 South Australian Science Excellence Awards! Claudia has won the 2017 STEM Educator of the Year – Tertiary Teaching Award. The STEM Educator of the Year Award recognises effective teachers who are critical to successful science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education […]
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Computer Science Ranked Number 43 in the World
Computer Science at the University of Adelaide has advanced to number 43 in the world according to the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) in the discipline of Computer Science & Engineering. Adelaide is 4th in Australia just behind three other Group of Eight Universities but leads Australia in two of the indicators used […]
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