Our research and teaching activities draw focus on algorithms, computer science, information systems, human-centred technology, biomedical technology, distributed and high-performance computing, and Artificial Intelligence.
A strong tradition of research-led teaching matched by a commitment to excellence in innovation, the School of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney is a national leader in computer science.
The majority of our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), teaching fundamental principles and practical skills in IT, and establishing the foundations for an entire career.
The School of IT has a purpose-built building with advanced facilities, maintaining its position as a key teaching and research institution.
This initiative is an opportunity for IT academics and representatives from industry to present and discuss their current work. The seminars offer a glimpse at the cutting-edge of IT research.
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For the latest seminar information, please see below.
The seminars are held on Wednesdays, beginning with refreshments at 3:30pm. The seminars will begin at 4:00pm, unless specified otherwise.
Lecture Theatre Room 123, Level 1, School of IT Building, The University of Sydney.
One hour, including a 15-minute period for questions and discussion.
Associate Professor Kalina Yacef from the School of Information Technologies has been selected to participate in the prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Sponsorship Program.
This program aims to accelerate the careers of high-potential, culturally- and linguistically-diverse women in regard to the dominant culture at the University, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from both Professional and Academic career paths. Associate Professor Yacef, along with 12 other career-focused female leaders, will be provided with development to expand their leadership skills, experience, networks and visibility through access to a senior career sponsor, and a program of targeted career development workshops and events over the next ten months.
Please join us in congratulating Associate Professor Yacef in this excellent achievement.