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05
Oct
2018

ANU researchers make big strides in noise cancellation

ANU researchers have found a way to cancel out noise providing some much-needed relief to anyone working or living in a noisy environment.

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14
Sep
2017

ANU brain recovery research to be presented in Berlin

Australian National University’s Dr Vini Gautam will represent Australia at the Falling Walls Lab finale in Berlin on 8 November. After participating in the Australian Falling Walls Lab held on September 12 at the Shine Dome,...

Day 1: Canberra airport meet & greet
11
Sep
2017

Study tour highlights ANU options and Canberra region

Moving away from home to study overseas is an enormous decision, so to make the transition a little easier, The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science played host to six first year undergraduate...

ANU Unearthed participants
05
Sep
2017

Unearthed Hackathon Sydney 2017, a thrilling student experience

Fourteen Australian National University (ANU) students had a chance to showcase their skills, talents and knowledge while experiencing the thrill of intense pressure at the Sydney Unearthed Hackathon. The two and a half day event...

Students at ANU Open Day 2017

29
Aug
2017

Open Day 2017

On Saturday 26 August The Australian National University held its biggest event of the year, ANU Open Day. This year, the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Joint Colleges of Science introduced STEM Avenue...

AI Paper
22
Aug
2017

AI paper published at leading artificial intelligence conference

Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) will have their research published at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), the main international gathering of researchers in Artificial...

ARCV Team Japan
14
Aug
2017

ANU student shares insights on Amazon Robotic Challenge win.

Australian National University PhD Student Zheyu Zhuang worked with 27 members of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) team to win the Amazon Robotic Challenge. Designed to encourage and inspire robotic research...

Respectful Relationships

08
Aug
2017

Our commitment to a safe and respectful College

Following the release of the Universities Australia-Human Rights Commission report into sexual assault and harassment at universities, the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science leadership team has responded with a clear...

TechLauncher Leg Enclosure Team

07
Aug
2017

TechLauncher enables ANU Engineering Students to Support Paralympic Dream

Engineering students from the Australian National University (ANU) are pushing boundaries with the design and manufacture of a lower leg protective enclosure for paraplegic skier Sam Tait. The project is being undertaken by...

Xiaolin Wang, Richard Hume, Tom Worthington, Fiacre Rougieux
31
Jul
2017

Workshop helps to pinpoint the value of an idea

Richard Hume from the Canberra Innovation Network hosted a Value Proposition Workshop for over 35 attendees last Thursday. The session highlighted the importance of crafting and clearly pitching ideas and research to supervisors,...

GET Set attendees

21
Jul
2017

Girls explore career opportunities in engineering and technology

A record number of secondary students attended The Australian National University (ANU) Girls in Engineering and Technology Program (GETSet) on Wednesday 19 August. The one-day event is in its 10th year and is designed for female...

Francesca Maclean

03
Jul
2017

ANU PhD student named a Superstar of STEM

ANU engineering PhD student Francesca Maclean has been named one of Australia's 30 female Superstars of STEM. Ms Maclean joins ANU alumna Dr Jodie Ward and Dr Kate Grarock, who were also named Superstars of STEM. The award...

08
Jun
2017

ANU ranked first in Australia, top 20 globally

The Australian National University (ANU) has reaffirmed its position as Australia's top university and among the top 20 universities in the world. ...

30
May
2017

ANU ventures to benefit from investment agreement

New start-up ventures developed out of ANU will benefit from a new $200 million investment agreement between London-listed IP Group Plc and Australia's leading universities. The agreement between IP Group Plc, Australia's Group...

19
May
2017

ANU partnership for research on autonomous cars

The Australian National University (ANU) welcomes the ACT Government’s announcement of a new research partnership involving ANU and the private sector to help make autonomous vehicle technology a commercial reality. With funding...

19
May
2017

ANU computing students compete in Cyber Security Challenge

ANU computing students are at the forefront of tackling cybercrime, demonstrating strong results in the recent Cyber Security Challenge Australia (CySCA). 67 teams competed in the 2017 competition, including four ANU teams....

16
May
2017

Students explore the Internet of Things in Beijing

Seven ANU students recently completed an immersive four-week study tour to the heart of China’s tech industry, Beijing. Studying and living on campus at the...

10
May
2017

Students drive innovation for industry

The next generation of tech entrepreneurs presented their projects to potential investors and industry partners at a showcase held on Tuesday 9 May. From robots that race athletes to apps that help individuals overcome a fear of...

19
Apr
2017

Government should support innovation, science - ANUpoll

A new ANUpoll has found a large majority of Australians support science and want politicians to rely more on the advice of scientists and experts. The ANUpoll also found 67 per cent of those surveyed believe science is best...

Ben Gill
10
Apr
2017

Engineering alumnus awarded Student Philanthropist of the Year (Undergraduate)

Congratulations to Ben Gill who was awarded the 2017 Student Philanthropist (Undergraduate) at the ANU Alumni Awards. Ben Gill is a passionate champion for wellbeing on the University campus and has consistently advocated in...

07
Apr
2017

Girls explore world of robots, cyber security and apps

School girls from the ACT and NSW have discovered the various applications of ICT, including programming robots, app development, creating art with code and deciphering encryption at Girls in Information and Communications Technology (...

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