The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences is seeking dedicated and passionate casual staff to assist with the delivery of our Semester 1 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, commencing 28th February 2022.
Congratulations to the ECMS researchers who have been awarded Australian Research Council grants under the National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants scheme.
IMC are looking for STEM students graduating in 2021 and 2022 to attend virtual focus groups over the coming weeks to get their opinion on employers, careers available, what makes them attractive and why.
Currently studying offshore in Sri Lanka, Master of Data Science student Dileepa Pitawela shares his virtual experience and top tips for other students thinking of starting their studies online.
The summer scholarships at CREST are a great opportunity for talented undergraduate and postgraduate students to work in our large scale research and development software security projects and collaborate with leading researchers in the field. With 14 projects to choose from, there's an opportunity for everyone. Applications close 1 October 2021.
Remaining positive in the face of border lockdowns and study uncertainty has proved incredibly rewarding for offshore student Yvonne Tansu. Currently studying a Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences from her home in Indonesia, Yvonne has enjoyed the flexibility that online study has afforded her.
University of Adelaide researchers are pushing the boundaries of bug detection through social testing as Facebook develops a cyber-cyber digital twin of its social media platform called WW.
In recognition of digital capabilities and to enhance high school teacher’s technologies skills, the University of Adelaide successfully launched the Cyber Awareness and Safety Teacher Training with more than 60 teachers from across 15 schools in Vietnam.
Moving to a new country to start university can be a nerve-racking experience, and German Master of Data Science student Aman Dhir knows this first hand.
In an increasingly technological world, offshore international student Dimas Anugerah wanted to carve a future-proof career and be part of a growing industry.