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Sophia Huynh

Recognising and celebrating diversIT - supporting diversity and fostering inclusion at Monash

Students go above and beyond to further inclusion, cohesion, connection and belonging for people from underrepresented groups in IT.

Ann Nicholson

CREATE - BARD Seminar May 2017

Monash University Faculty of IT recently hosted David George, Senior Executive Advisor, Radius Advisory - National Security who spoke about the Practicalities of Cyber Intelligence as it applies to the CREATE BARD project - (Bayesian ARgumentation

Ben Fleming at his MURPA presentation

MURPA: Supercomputer centre a super experience for Ben

The Monash University Research Projects Abroad (MURPA) program was an opportunity for Monash University Computer Science student Ben Fleming to work with the San Diego Supercomputer Center.

Academics staff

Monash teams hack their way into Top 10 at Australia’s Cyber Security Challenge

Congratulations to the four Monash University student teams that competed in the Cyber Security Challenge (CySCA) 2017. Kudos goes to Monash team – MONU1 that placed second out of 79 teams in the Challenge.

Dion Weisler, President & CEO of HP and Monash Alumni is presented with a gift as Andrew Bolwell, VP and Global Head of HP Tech Ventures and Monash Alumni and Sunny Yang, Associate VP, student Recruitment & Admissions looks on

Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends

The global “megatrends” of mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing are driving future technology development, but what are the skill-sets required for success in this age of digital disruption?

Jon McCormack

Jon McCormack: Monash Faculty of IT’s new Future Fellowship recipient

Congratulations to Professor Jon McCormack, Monash Faculty of IT, who has just been awarded a Future Fellowship grant. The grant funds a four year fellowship for Jon plus project funds of $937,422.

Hayden Razzell

Hayden Razzell: Supercomputer research gets career off to super start

After completing high school in 2012, Hayden Razzell left his home in New Zealand and moved to Australia to study IT at Monash University Clayton campus.

Amanda Cheah

Amanda Cheah: A successful blend of study and student community engagement

Graduating in May 2017 marks the culmination of a well-rounded undergraduate experience for Monash University Business Information Systems student Amanda Cheah.