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Data science and computer engineering

27 February 2019

Academic recognised for excellence in data mining

University of Sydney artificial intelligence expert Professor Dacheng Tao has been recognised for excellence in data mining by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
18 October 2018

5 things we learnt at Research Conversazione

Farming robots, human breast milk and IoT cybersecurity may seem like unrelated topics, but they all came together under one roof at the Faculty of Engineering and IT's premier annual research event, Research Conversazione.
10 October 2018

New funding to help five engineers and computer scientists soar

Next generation machine learning for surgery, computational neuroscience, and predicting epileptic seizures are just some of the innovative research areas to benefit from new university-wide funding.
18 September 2018

Distributed computing scientist awarded China’s top research honour

Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing Director Professor Albert Zomaya has been awarded a Thousand Talents Program professorship to conduct sustainable computing-related research at Tianjin University in China.
06 July 2018

Super boost for artificial intelligence research

The University of Sydney has regenerated its supercomputing infrastructure with the commissioning of Artemis 3, a new supercomputer that will support ongoing research into artificial intelligence (AI) and humanoid robotics.
30 April 2018

Increased user protection against counterfeit apps

Researchers from the Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing have been recognised for their research into mobile phone security after being named in the latest round of Google Faculty Research Awards.
20 December 2017

New leadership at the Centre for Translational Data Science

Professor Sally Cripps and Associate Professor Fabio Ramos have been officially appointed as co-directors for the Centre for Translational Data Science.
22 November 2017

Can computer vision and AI predict strokes and prevent disability?

More than 80% of strokes are preventable. University of Sydney biomedical engineering students have proposed a rapid stroke prediction system using computer vision and AI, and accessible to any hospital with a CT imaging machine. 

20 October 2017

Using big data to make big decisions

Associate Professor Fabio Ramos receives Sydney Research Accelerator (SOAR) Fellowship to continue ground-breaking work in intelligent machines.

20 June 2017

Meet Ruchir, who at 22 started a thriving global business

Learn how at 22 years of age, this computer science student started a digital marketing agency from his living room.