School News

Below is a selection of news from or about the School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics or the disciplines we cover.  Please contact us if you need any further information.  A short list of the achievements of the School's students, graduates and staff since 2006 can be found here

Flinders News - School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics

  • The newly established Cisco Academy at Flinders University is ready to start teaching this month, presenting a unique opportunity for current and future Cisco network professionals to gain and renew their certification in South Australia.
  • Holder of a Matthew Flinders Distinguished Chair, Professor Reynolds was this week named among Australia's Top 100 Most Influential Engineers 2015 list.
  • SA-based communications trailblazer MIMP Connecting Solutions is teaming up with Flinders University to provide students with access to cutting edge telecommunications equipment.
  • The New Zealand Governor-General has joined a growing list of high-profile dignitaries to visit Flinders University's new $120 million Tonsley facility.
  • By its nature, computer technology evolves and develops with great rapidity, and the need to conserve superseded software and hardware is behind the launch of the Computer Archaeology Laboratory in Flinders University's new Tonsley building.
  • Flinders engineering students Laith Al-Shimaysawee and Ali Al-Dabbagh have developed ground-breaking new technology for detecting human life using remote cameras.
  • Flinders has announced an even closer collaboration with Cisco through the establishment of a new chair to attract a world-renowned academic in the field of health technologies and the Internet of Everything (IoE).
  • The centrepiece of the revitalisation of the former Mitsubishi Motors manufacturing site has been unveiled, with the official opening of Flinders University's state-of-the-art $120 million teaching and research facility at Tonsley.
  • A lecturer in biomedical instrumentation and a Research Associate at Flinders University's Medical Device Partnering Program, Laura Diment can now add a prestigious Sir John Monash Scholarship to her list of career accomplishments.
  • A revolutionary fibre-optic catheter dubbed 'the Hubble Telescope of gastroenterology' has beaten projects that include the Adelaide Oval redevelopment and a digital over-the-horizon radar system to win the peak national engineering prize.
  • The Accreditation Board of Engineers Australia confirmed this week that five more degrees are now fully and unconditionally accredited at the Professional level.
  • Acclaimed Australian biomedical engineer - Flinders Professor Karen Reynolds - has received the Medical Technology Association of Australia's coveted Outstanding Achievement Award.
  • Ten School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics staff were part of four major ARC and NHMRC Grants totalling $2.24M.
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