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

  • 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.
  • CSEM First year Joshua Sweaney a finalist in the Young Engineers Australia's EngFlick short film competition.
  • Two School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics staff were part of two major National Health and Medical Research Council Grants announced today totalling $1.46M.
  • Flinders University engineering is enhancing its reputation for excellence in research, design and development, highlighted by its latest victories at the Engineers Australia Engineering Excellence Awards.
  • Flinders University is creating a vibrant new heart for its campus with a major construction project that began with a sod-turning ceremony.
  • News of the death of Professor Chris Marlin, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), has saddened the Flinders community.
  • About 30 female students from Sacred Heart College and the Australian Science and Mathematics School spent a day with women from the School on Wednesday as part of an event to inspire and encourage young women to pursue a career in the industry.
  • Flinders University is among the top 400 universities in the world, according to the prestigious 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
  • Flinders University, TAFE SA and the University of South Australia have joined in an agreement with Seeley International that will bring new benefits to engineering education in South Australia through close collaboration with industry.
  • Flinders has strengthened its relationship with key institutions in Malaysia and Vietnam through the singing of Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) that allow for research collaborations, staff and student exchanges, and short courses.
  • In an Australian first, Flinders University and the leading networker Cisco have signed an agreement which lays the foundations for Flinders to lead Australia in the most innovative parts of the internet.
  • Staff and students from Flinders University have been recognised for their innovations and impact across the information and communications technology (ICT) industry at the 2014 South Australian iAwards.
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