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Joseph Liu standing in front of a wall of code

World-first program to stop hacking by supercomputers

IT experts at Monash University have devised the world’s leading post-quantum secure privacy-preserving algorithm so powerful it can thwart attacks from supercomputers of the future.

Phil Cohen

A.I pioneer joins Monash University

Professor Philip Cohen has been appointed Director of the new Laboratory for Dialogue Research at Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology.


Global expert on constraint programming joins Monash University

Monash University welcomes world-renowned expert in constraint programming Professor Peter Stuckey to the Faculty of Information Technology.

Monash welcomes graduates from Southeast University

Congratulations to the fourth cohort of students to graduate from our Southeast University (SEU) - Monash University Joint Graduate School in Suzhou, China.

ICT4D Projects

The PROTIC project: how mobile phones are changing the lives of Bangladeshi women

Philosophically, Dr Stillman has a longstanding interest in looking at technology from the perspective of what people want and need on the ground, rather than imposing solutions from above.

Preliminary report on Uber's driverless car fatality shows the need for tougher regulatory controls

A woman was hit and killed by an Uber driverless vehicle while attempting to cross a road in Tempe, Arizona in March

Information Technology
Lecturer points to screen in CAVE2 room

Monash IT empowering health workforce to drive improvements in patient care

Professor Chris Bain, Digital Health Group Lead, has joined a new national network to champion digital health throughout hospitals and healthcare organisations.


The latest health data breach is one reason why I’ll be opting out of MyHealthRecord

Hackers exploited a weakness in the web-based booking system of Family Planning NSW to infect the system with ransomware.

Information Technology
Monash Honeywell Collaboration Signing

Monash uses big data to create buildings of the future

Monash will use big data to enable their buildings to intelligently and automatically alter the internal environment, transforming the way staff and students live, work and learn at the University.