Ben is a lecturer, multidisiplinary researcher and leader of the code/creativity/culture group in the Research School of Computer Science. He's interested in computational art, data visualisation, human-computer interaction, cybersecurity (particularly in embedded devices) and the the intersection of code, creativity and culture as those boundaries dissolve in the modern world.
Ben is also a passionate educator, and (tries to) stir the code/creativity/culture juices through all his courses. Currently, if you're an ANU student you can enrol in:
- COMP1720/6720: Art & Interaction in New Media (enrolling now for Semester 2 2018)
- COMP2300/6300: Computer Organisation & Program Execution (next running in Semester 1 2019)
Here are some more ways to follow Ben & his research on the web:
Or you can just send him an email :)
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|COMP6720||Art and Interaction in New Med...||18, 19||S2|
|COMP6300||Computer Organisation and Prog...||18, 19, 20, 21||S1|
Torben Sko, Ben Swift won three awards at the GovHack open data hack-a-thon in 2012.
Torben Sko, Ben Swift, James Sheridan were awarded the Dean's Award for the work on the Science Week outreach project in 2012.