Category: Student Activities
Information about student activities, events, news.
Students can view the CS Student Activities Calendar here.
The coastline of southern Australia is recognised as a world-class wave energy resource. To see this resource exploited efficiently, the University of Adelaide has partnered with Carnegie Clean Energy Ltd. (CCE), who is one of the world’s most successful wave energy companies. This collaboration involves undergraduate and postgraduate students, early-career researchers and established leaders across […]
Both graduates and current students recently competed in the 2016 Unearthed Hackathon creating prototypes to solve challenges from the mining industry. Team MinX (Daniel Camilleri, Konrad Janica, Tullie Murrell, Jack Gerrits) won the people’s choice award for their mineral composition analysis tool using a deep learning – convolutional neural network. Graduate Xiaogang (Norm) Dong joined […]
A team of students from the School of Computer Science has won the inaugural Adelaide Unearthed Hackathon (http://unearthed.solutions/events/unearthed-adelaide-2015/) . The Hackathon brings together teams of students with experienced advisors for 54 hours to solve challenging technical problems for mining industry sponsors. The winning team HyperSpecX worked with BHP to produce an innovative machine-learning solution to […]
Continuing on from round 2, University of Adelaide teams continued to hone their coding skills while competing against teams from Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines in the third round of the ANZAC programming competition held Saturday. Adelaide was again well represented by teams at all levels of experience and placed in the top 10. […]
Seven University of Adelaide teams competed against teams from Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines in the second round of the ANZAC programming competition. The ANZAC competition is a 5 round competition designed as practice for the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition. Adelaide was well represented by teams at all levels of experience and placed […]
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 […]
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 […]
Our alumnus Joh (B.CS 2013) reports on the exceptional quality of our school’s graduates in his employer’s, REA, latest graduate program: “Out of the ten applicants offered position at my company three of them are from the University of Adelaide. I thought was a very impressive results as we had about 250 applications from across […]
Four students in the Industry Mentor pilot program run in cooperation with the Careers Office met with Department of Human Services (DHS) employees and the Chief Information Officer of DHS during their ICT Expo, getting an industry perspective on how they can apply their knowledge and skills to solve industry problems. This pilot has been […]