The School is proud of the achievements of its students, graduates, staff and courses.  Below is a list (in reverse chronological order) of a few of them.

November 2013
CSEM Staff on $1.4M worth of ARC Grants
October 2013
Flinders Mathematician, Jerry Kautsky, wins Bolzano Medal
October 2013
Flinders wins IET Prize for the 13th time in 18 years
October 2013
Flinders win SA Division of South Pacific Programming Competition
July 2013
Serval phone app secures technology prize
July 2013
New Cisco agreement provides School with funding for a new Chair in Network Systems
July 2013
Tonsley building starts
June 2013
CSEM Secures over $485,000 in ARC Linkage Grants
February 2013
School makes a record number of offers to new students for the fifth year running.
January 2013
Chair of School's Advisory Board,Nick Begakis, awarded AO in Australia Day Honours.
December 2012
School Research rated as World Class in Federal Government ERA research assessment exercise.
November 2012
New Civil Engineering Degree Approved by University for 2014.
November 2012
School wins OLT grant with the University of Tasmania looking at the development of pathways for VET students to articulate to related higher education courses.
September 2012
Flinders' 2nd year mechanical engineers won the 25th National Weir Minerals Design and Build Competition in Sydney.
September 2012
A major mechanical engineering project, the Six Degree of Freedom Hexapod Robot, developed in collaboration with the University of Adelaide, won the prestigious Malcolm Kinnaird Engineering Excellence Award.
September 2012 A team of Flinders Software Engineers and Computer Scientists won both first place at the ARATA Soft Technology Awards and the Tertiary Student Project prize at the iAwards for games aimed at improving access to technologies for young people with disabilities.
September 2012
New Network Systems Degree Approved by University for 2014.
August 2012
Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen named as one of South Australia's Tall Poppies for 2012.
August 2012
Flinders Professor of Biomedical Engineer, Karen Reynolds,  recognised as the South Australian Scientist of the Year for 2012.
July 2012
Four CSEM staff named as finalists in the SA Science Excellence Awards.
June 2012CSEM Students win SA Tertiary Student Project prize at iAwards.
June 2012
Flinders biomedical engineer Professor Karen Reynolds named among Australia's 100 most influential engineers by Engineers Australia magazine.
June 2012
Dedicated Mathematical Sciences Laboratory opened at Flinders University, focusing on advances in both modern applied and pure mathematics.
April 2012
The Chair of the School's External Advisory Committee, Nick Begakis AM, awarded an Honorary Doctorate for his work at Flinders as well as his involvement in business activities more widely.
March 2012
Applications for both Computing and Engineering awards jump over 35%.
January 2012
Flinders mathematics graduate Terry Tao wins prestigious Crafoord prize.
November 2011Flinders notches up another Engineers Without Borders win. For the third time in three years, a Flinders team will represent the state in the National Engineers Without Borders Challenge.
November 2011The Medical Device Partnering Program wins the Business / Higher Education Round Table (BHERT) award for Best Research and Development Collaboration.
November 2011The Women and Children's Hospital Foundation supports biomedical engineering research with $45,300 grant.
November 2011Professor Karen Reynolds elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).
November 2011School successful in latest ARC Grant round extending the School's unbroken run of annual funding from the NHMRC and/or the ARC that stretches back at least a decade.
October 2011CSEM Graduate wins TIA Electronics Graduate of the Year Award.
October 2011CSEM researchers win $75,000 to undertake a study to model radiation dosages in children.
September 2011Flinders' new million dollar hexapod robot launched.
September 2011Open source mobile phone technology earns Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen a USD400,000 Fellowship from the prestigious philanthropic Shuttleworth Foundation Foundation.
August 2011David Hobbs, Lecturer and PhD candidate in the School, wins the stage final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Flinders.
June 2011CSEM staff win ALTC Citation for excellence in teaching.
April 2011NLnet contributes $40,000 towards Serval BatPhone project.
March 2011School records highest ever enrolments in Engineering with a 30% rise in commencing enrolments.
February 2011School introduces the State's first undergraduate naval architecture degree and Australia's first maritime electronics degree.  Also introduced is Australia's first environmental technologies engineering degree.
November 2010Professor Karen Reynolds named Australian Professional Engineer of the Year.
November 2010School wins LIEF Grant to upgrade High Performance Computing resources.
November 2010Two more international students planning to study for their doctorates within the School win Australian Leadership Awards.
November 2010For the second time in two years, a Flinders team represents the state in the National Engineers Without Borders Challenge after winning the state competition.
October 2010Medical Device Partnering Program wins the Technology Industry Association's Service to the Electronics and ICT Industry award.
October 2010School once again does well in the Australian Research Council Grant funding announced today in Canberra. This extends the School's unbroken run of annual funding from the NH&MRC and/or the ARC that stretches back at least a decade.
October 2010The Virtual Music Instrument (VMI), an innovative augmented reality program that turns movements into sounds so people with limited movement and ability can play music, awarded a prestigious da Vinci Award in the United States.
October 2010For the 12th time in 15 years, a Flinders engineering student wins the SA and NT Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Rex Johns Presentation Prize.
September 2010Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Karen Reynolds, named as South Australia's Professional Engineer of the Year for 2010.
September 2010Flinders lecturer and self-styled digital blacksmith, Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen, wins episode of the ABC's The New Inventors program for Serval Batphone.
April 2010Flinders student runner up in the National IET South Pacific Present Around the World Competition.
December 2009School a part of a $650,000 LIEF Grant to build a Big Australian Speech Corpus: An audio-visual speech corpus of Australian English.
October 2009CSEM staff involved in projects worth almost $1.2M from ARC and NHMRC.
October 2009For the 11th time in 14 years, a Flinders engineering student wins the SA and NT Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Rex Johns Presentation Prize.
October 2009Flinders Biomedical student, Tony Carlisle wins the National 2009 AusBiotech-GSK Student Excellence Award.
September 2009Australian Computer Society accredits Flinders' Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Information Technology (Digital Media) awards.
September 2009Engineers Australia accredits Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering Science awards.
September 2009Flinders Foundation Professor of Engineering, Andrew Downing, awarded the Engineers Australia David Dewhurst Award.
September 2009A Flinders digital media student takes out second prize in a competition run by computer giant, Intel.
September 2009Flinders Biomedical student, Tony Carlisle wins the South Australian 2009 AusBiotech-GSK Student Excellence Award.
June 2009Flinders engineering graduate, Alisa Selimovic, wins Menzies Scholarship to undertake her doctorate at Oxford University.
June 2009SA Health donates equipment to make available further opportunities for innovative teaching and research in the School.
April 2009CSEM research fellow, Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen, shows off an adaptation of Maxwell Smart's shoe phone for medical purposes on ABC's New Inventors.
February 2009School launches five new engineering and two new computer science courses.
January 2009Flinders' new high performance computer system officially launched.
November 2008Recent PhD graduate, Dr Hendra Tjahyadi secures a 2009 Endeavour Research Fellowship award to work with the Intelligent Systems Research Group.
October 2008For the 10th time in 13 years, Flinders engineering students win the SA and NT Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) IET Rex Johns Presentation Prize.
October 2008Flinders University spin-off company YourAmigo wins overall South Australian exporter of the year and Information and Communication Technology Award exporter of the year awards.
October 2008Prof. David Powers and Dr Kenneth Pope win $301,000 Australian Research Council Discovery project to better understand where brain activity occurs.
September 2008Flinders graduate Dr Yan Li wins the award for Women in the Community/Public Sector - Information and Communication Technology category of the Queensland Smart Women Smart State award.
July 2008Official launch of the Medical Device Partnering Program.
July 2008Dr Ron Sandland, former Deputy Chief Executive of CSIRO and Chief of the CSIRO Division of Mathematics and Statistics, leads review into the repositioning of Flinders Mathematics.
March 2008Artificial "thinking head", developed in part at Flinders University, on show in Beijing during the Olympic Games.
March 2008David Hobbs, a Flinders Biomedical Engineering graduate and a Senior Rehabilitation Engineer with Novita Children's Services, awarded a 2008 Fulbright Professional Scholarship to undertake research into the field of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) and cerebral palsy.
January 2008For the third time in seven years, the School wins the best student paper award at the Australasian Computer Science Conference.
December 2007Flinders Medical Devices and Technologies awarded $3.3 million Premier's Science and Research Fund grant.
December 2007At the joint ACPSEM/EA/SMBE Biomedical Engineering Postgraduate Presentation Prizes, Flinders takes out the top three prizes.
November 2007
Students from Flinders' University Bachelor of Innovation and Enterprise (Science and Technology) scoop pool at the South Australian Young Achievement Australia (YAA) awards once again with a total of six State YAA awards.
October 2007Associate Professor Karl Sammut, Associate Professor Fangpo He and Dr Jimmy Li join forces with CSIRO, the University of Western Australia, Monash University, the University of Queensland, the University of Sydney and Curtin University of Technology in a $3.5M project to investigate Subsea Pipelines for Reliable and Environmentally Safe Deployment of Ocean Hydrocarbon Resources.
September 2007Flinders University secures $1M in Federal Government CASR funding to undertake a re-examination and strategic re-positioning of our electronics related engineering programs.
June 2007Prof. Raj Huilgol wins $163,350 from the Australian Research Council to fund a project between Flinders University and Moldflow Pty Ltd. to investigate Viscoplasticity, Solidification and Non-Isotropic Heat Transfer in Injection Moulding.
December 2006Flinders University joint winners of 5-year $3.4M ARC/NHMRC-funded Thinking Systems grant.
December 2006Flinders graduate Jason Turner from Redarc awarded joint Advertiser Electronics Graduate of the Year.
November 2006Flinders student Matthew Broderick awarded the Mastercard Tertiary Business Person of the Year award in the Young Achievement Australia (YAA) - National Titles.
November 2006
Flinders' graduate Toan Nguyen wins ABC TV's award for top inventor with a system developed as part of his masters project.
August 2006Prof. Terry Tao, now professor of Mathmatics at UCLA, awarded the Fields medal - considered the equivalent to a Nobel prize in Mathematics.
January 2006Prof. John Roddick and A/Prof. Paul Calder win $225,000 ARC project between Flinders University, ASERNIP/Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian Computer Society to manage and mine evolving ontologies through combining pattern languages and data mining.

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