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|Documentary film 'Project Z: The Final Global Event' screenings in Europe with CISS Director James Der Derian in attendance|
Professor James Der Derian will be touring Europe to screen his documentary film Project Z: The Final Global Event, produced with Phil Gara.
|Malware and Disease: Lessons from Cyber Intelligence for Public Health Surveillance|
A new paper by senior lecturer Dr. Frank Smith on cyber security and public health 'Malware and Disease' was just published in the journal Health Security.
|Project Q featured in article on quantum technologies and international relations published in Foreign Affairs|
Project Q led by Professor James Der Derian was recently featured in an article that explores the effects and implications of new quantum technologies on intenrationa relations, which was published on Foreign Affairs. Click to read the article.
|"Project Z" film review: 'Norbert's Nightmares: On Zombie Wars, with a Nod to Cybernetics'|
Project Z: The Final Global Event which was written by Professor James Der Derian and directed by Phillip Gara has been reviewed on Feedback, a community project of Open Humanities Press.
|CISS presented at 'New Voices Conference' at Lowy Institute in Canberra|
Professor James Der Derian and Dr. Sarah Phillips represented the Centre at last Friday's New Voices Conference on Technology, Terrorism and the State in the 21st Century, hosted by the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Canberra.
|The quest for quantum on Future Tense|
CISS Director James Der Derian recently featured on ABC Radio's Future Tense to discuss the implications of quantum computing on peace and security.
|How Duterte won the election on Facebook|
CISS Associate, Dr. Aim Sinpeng recently contributed to the New Mandala blog on the recent presidential election in the Philippines focusing on the impact of Duterte's social media campaign. Click to read.
|Sydney University quantum lab receives multimillion dollar grant from US intelligence|
The Quantum Control Lab at the University of Sydney's newly launched Nanoscience Hub has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant for research in quantum computing by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence, reported by the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday.
|A new letter from the Director of the Centre for International Security Studies|
Professor James Der Derian, Director of the Centre for International Security Studies, reflects on the importance of media as an essential component of war studies in this new Director's Letter.