Preliminary report on Uber's driverless car fatality shows the need for tougher regulatory controls
30 May, 2018
A woman was hit and killed by an Uber driverless vehicle while attempting to cross a road in Tempe, Arizona in March
Monash IT empowering health workforce to drive improvements in patient care
29 May, 2018
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 Iâll be opting out of MyHealthRecord
22 May, 2018
Hackers exploited a weakness in the web-based booking system of Family Planning NSW to infect the system with ransomware.
Monash uses big data to create buildings of the future
14 May, 2018
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.
New Monash University lab heightens the senses
11 May, 2018
Monash University unveiled the new location of its high-tech SensiLab showcasing the latest technology and facilities to offer a glimpse into the future.
SensiLab powered by Blackmagic Design
8 May, 2018
Monash University’s SensiLab has been given a boost with cutting-edge technology to support research and engagement activities thanks to Blackmagic Design.
Monash University creating computers that can create
8 May, 2018
Monash University’s SensiLab is exploring new ways to build creative partnerships between people and computers at this year’s Melbourne Knowledge Week (May 7-13).
Milestone for the Monash Faculty of IT IBL program
8 May, 2018
Around 200 guests gathered at a gala event on Thursday 3 May to commemorate three decades of the Faculty of Information Technology's (FIT) acclaimed Industry Based Learning program (IBL).
Outstanding FIT students recognised
26 April, 2018
Arvin Wiyono said he was humbled to be awarded Dux of Undergraduate for being the top graduating student in the Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours).
The age of cryptocurrency
9 April, 2018
The emergence of cryptocurrencies has made headlines around the world. But we need to take a closer look at the risks, the rewards, and what the future is for the market and blockchain technology.
PolyU joins forces with Australian partners to fast track research on Blockchain Technologies
28 March, 2018
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) joins forces with Monash University and CollinStar Capital – a leading Melbourne-based institution and a FinTech expert in Australia.
Monash it experts illuminate criminal activity on the dark web
26 March, 2018
Monash University IT experts have discovered what motivates activity deep within the darkest corners of the internet that could pull the plug on cyber criminals worldwide.
World renowned expert in human-computer interaction joins Monash University Faculty of IT
19 March, 2018
The Faculty of IT warmly welcomes our new Director of Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Centred A.I group, Professor Sharon Oviatt.
The power of understanding how we consume energy
9 March, 2018
Ever experienced 'bill shock' when viewing your electricity account?
Monash University leads cybersecurity into the breach
23 February, 2018
As our digital world advances, cyber risks shadow, jeopardising the operation of just about every organisation in just about every sector.
Making fantasy a reality with the right project management
16 February, 2018
To meet client expectations, user requirements or market needs, project managers must go beyond performance to deliver desired outcomes.
Professor Chris Bain highlights current and future trends in digital health
14 February, 2018
Highly variable practices leave plenty of room for improvement.
Professor John Grundy joins the faculty
5 February, 2018
A warm welcome to our new Senior Deputy Dean and Professor of software engineering
A time series can take the bumps out of your train ride
2 February, 2018
Thanks to sensors designed by the Monash Institute of Railway Technology, a train’s dynamic responses can be continuously measured.