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

  • 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.
  • The Adelaide-based start-up Revuudle, founded by CSEM graduate Luke Larsen, has taken the Gold eNVIe at Flinders New Venture Institute's Venture Dorm Awards and Innovation Showcase (eNVIes)
  • Flinders University will not increase its fees for students enrolling in courses at Flinders through 2014 mid-year entry as a consequence of the Federal Government's budget proposals on higher education.
  • A novel device that enables children with a disability to play computer games has won its designer, Mr Max Hughes, the title of the 2014 Hills Young Australian Designer of the Year.
  • International, interstate and local leaders from the orthopaedics field will converge on Flinders University this week to explore new ways to screen out poorly designed orthopaedic devices, including hip and knee replacements.
  • From 2015, all of Flinders University's Bachelor of Engineering degrees will become AQF Level 8 compliant.
  • Flinders University has attracted a distinguished academic who has taught and researched at some of the world's leading universities to be its next Vice-Chancellor.
  • On May 7 teams of hackers from across the country will answer a call from the Australian Government to launch simultaneous attacks on the highly secure website of an Australian cyber security company. They will, with the full encouragement of the Government, test, then penetrate the company's security and gain access to its most confidential information - all within 24 hours.
  • Flinders University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will give the University an active collaborative role in two new Centres announced today by manufacturer Hills Ltd and the State Government.
  • The 45,000 sqm building, located at the opposite end of the main assembly plant from where Flinders University"s new building is currently being built, was formally opened by the Premier, Jay Weatherill, yesterday.
  • "Orby" - a novel computer game controller that enables children with disabilities to play computer games - has won a prestigious state prize from the Design Institute of Australia.
  • Seeley International will partner with Flinders University and TAFE SA at Tonsley to establish a research and development centre for new energy efficient cooling and heating technologies.
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