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Students Tackle Problems to Assist Industry and Community Groups

Congratulations to the 5 winning Industry Experience Project teams who investigated publicly available data looking for opportunities to help industry or community groups.

COSI Book Launch - Exploring the Diversity of Information Worlds

Last week saw the Centre for Organisational and Social Informatics (COSI) celebrate the publication of six new books, all authored or edited by COSI researchers.


New Master of Project Management course: Take your career to the next level

Monash University launched its new Master of Project Management (MPM) course at the recent Project Managers Industry Australia (PMIA) 2017 conference held in Sydney 28-30 May.

Professor Jon-Whittle

Jon Whittle: IT & Industry = Strong Partners

It’s a great time to be in the IT industry. There’s an old adage that “every company is becoming a software company” and if you don’t believe this, as Kevin Casey wrote in a recent blog article[1], it’s “time to go


Monash student to present research paper at prestigious IJCAI conference

Last summer Michael Cui, then a first-year student in Monash University’s Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced, took on a summer project with Daniel Harabor, Research Fellow, Monash School of Information Technology and Alban Grastien, a Senior

Aamir Cheema

Indoor Location Based Services (LBS): Bigger than GPS

Dr Muhammad Aamir Cheema, Senior Lecturer, Clayton School of Information Technology, Monash University, Melbourne has been working on indoor Location Based Services (LBS) that can enable advertisers, retailers, event organisers and emergency

Domenico Mazza

Human-Computer Interaction - Say What?

Current PhD student Domenico Mazza shares his insights on a field dedicated to developing and understanding how humans interact with computers.

Kane Thornton

Spotlight - Kane Thornton, Climate Chief Executive of the Clean Energy Council

Kane has always been interested in what’s next. Whether that be riding the IT wave, or moving into renewables. Kane wants to make a difference and he’s not taking no for an answer.