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18
Nov
2021

Constantly coming out: on being LGBTQIA+ in STEM

To mark the 4th International Day of LGBTQIA+ People in STEM, we...

The Good News includes recent news items from this website & other outlets.

02
Nov
2021

Good News — Nov 2021

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29
Oct
2021

"Out of the blue," Shafin Rahman wins prestigious Crawford Prize

Dr Shafin Rahman has been awarded the J.G. Crawford Prize for his PhD thesis on ways to empower computer vision to interpret unseen objects and new visual information without assistance from humans. Rahman,...

Tegan Clark
16
Oct
2021

Blazing trails, building new networks for women in STEM

Tegan Clark came up with the idea for the first Women in STEM leadership conference during the 2020 lockdown as she contemplated her past and future at ANU. She regretted that she hadn't fostered many relationships with other women...

Dr Giuseppe Barca
01
Oct
2021

Supercomputing world record opens new frontiers for energy, medicine, nanotechnology

Dr Giuseppe Barca and his team have set a new world record for quantum chemical calculations, using a supercomputer to predict the chemical reactions and physical properties of molecular systems with tens of thousands of atoms.

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01
Oct
2021

The Good News — Oct 2021

Remote teaching is going great Prof. Steve Blackburn is...

Dr Minh Bui's open source software led to the development of COVID-19 vaccines.

01
Sep
2021

CZI awards $340K to advance genomics software that enabled COVID vaccines

Dr. Minh Bui's open source software contributed directly to the development of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Adrian Herrera is a PhD candidate at the ANU School of Computing

27
Aug
2021

PhD candidate’s cyber research escapes lab, circling globe

School of Computing PhD candidate Adrian Herrera’s research on “fuzzing” has escaped the lab and, only weeks after publication, is being incorporated into the software industry’s preferred bug-finding tool, AFL++.  Fuzzing is a...

Studying technology in a pandemic
20
Aug
2021

Studying technology in a pandemic

Less than 48 hours before ANU Open Day 2021 was to begin, Canberra entered lockdown and it was pivot time on our campus once again.

ANU CECS July 2021 graduation video
18
Aug
2021

Watch our July 2021 CECS graduation video

Watch our July 2021 CECS graduation video! Starring our newest alumni, the sentiments and congratulations are, of course, for all of you.

Dean's awards for professional staff
06
Aug
2021

2021 winners: Dean's awards for professional staff

At the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS), our professional staff members and teams perform an important role in delivering the College priorities to students, academics, the ANU, and each other. While operating to a...

Kinova Inc robot run by software Hanna Kurniawati worked on
23
Jul
2021

Better behaving bots

ANU researcher Hanna Kurniawati is helping robots problem solve and care. Her work has not just shaped how AI works every day; it's been recognised with a major global prize. George Booth reports.   Today'...

STEM guest lecture series
23
Jul
2021

STEM masterclasses on demand

Our STEM guest lecture series features an all-star line-up of ANU experts to shine a light on the global issues defining our future. Learn about the bright future of renewable energy; how to solve genome puzzles; emerging tech and Industry...

Celebrate our CECS graduates July 2021
09
Jul
2021

Congratulations class of 2021

Document how you spend Graduation Day for your chance to win. We're celebrating with a crowdsourced video starring YOU: our July 2021 CECS graduates.

Dean's awards for professional staff
30
Jun
2021

Nominations for the Dean's awards for professional staff

At the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS), our professional staff members and teams perform an important role in delivering the College priorities to students, academics, the ANU, and each other. While operating to a...

04
Jun
2021

Remote teaching and student experience awards 2021

We are pleased to announce the 2021 individuals and teams that have received a CECS Remote teaching and student experience award for building a strong community aligned with our College strategic intent

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01
Jun
2021

Powering ahead with community batteries

Community-scale batteries are already achievable in Australia, will complement existing household batteries and will allow more solar energy to be stored in our suburbs, analysis from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.   ...

Francilia Gomes DREAMS team tutor with Chia-Fu Hsu
28
May
2021

Student innovators pitch industry leaders at ANU technology showcase

A platform for virtual stargazing, a system for wildlife tracking, a tool for farmland management, and a scheduling app for service providers took centre stage at the ANU technology showcase on 25 May. Meet the four teams who presented...

Pexels sun
26
Mar
2021

New tech a curtain raiser for cheap clean solar energy

Technology that stores clean energy by heating particles with captured sunlight is cost-effective and reliable, modelling from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.   The ANU research team examined solar thermal...

COMP2300 meme
25
Mar
2021

Respectful learning memes

Memes in teaching? College educator Dr Ben Swift writes about harnessing students as content creators in computer science.      A few years ago I re-wrote one of our core ...

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