Human-Computer Interaction - Say What?
3 July, 2017
Current PhD student Domenico Mazza shares his insights on a field dedicated to developing and understanding how humans interact with computers.
CREATE - BARD Seminar May 2017
9 June, 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
MURPA: Supercomputer centre a super experience for Ben
9 June, 2017
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.
Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends
6 June, 2017
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: Monash Faculty of ITâs new Future Fellowship recipient
6 June, 2017
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.
3MT and the winners are!
31 May, 2017
The Judges were presented with quite a challenge at FIT's 2017 Three Minute Thesis 3MT competition. The challenge?
Dr James Collier - receives award for Thesis Excellence
31 May, 2017
The prestigious Vice-Chancellor's Commendation for Thesis Excellence was awarded to James Collier in recognition of his outstanding doctoral thesis entitled "Statistical inductive inference of protein structural alignments".
A New AI Evaluation Cosmos: Ready to Play the Game?
18 May, 2017
The prestigious AI Magazine will soon publish this exciting paper: Authors JosÃ© HernÃ¡ndez-Orallo, Marco Baroni, Jordi Bieger, Nader Chmait, David L. Dowe, Katja Hofmann, Fernando MartÃnez-Plumed, Claes StrannegÃ¥rd and Kristinn R. ThÃ³risson
Superstars of STEM
15 May, 2017
Science & Technology Australia is engineering an exciting future for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
A once in a lifetime opportunity
9 May, 2017
Seven FIT PhD students were most fortunate to have the opportunity to be interviewed by the legendary science broadcaster Robyn Williams.
Kids-in-care focus of national recordkeeping summit
8 May, 2017
A National Summit convened by Monash University, in Melbourne today, brings together leading advocacy groups for the first time to focus on the information, memory and evidence needs of children in out-of-home care and care leavers.
Robyn Williams âThe Science Showâ speaks to and interviews our students
1 May, 2017
To say that Robyn Williams is a bit of a legend of science broadcasting on the radio is a bit like saying David Attenborough is a dab hand at nature documentaries on the telly.' So we were delighted when
How can you not love Artificial Intelligence? - Professor Ingrid Zukerman
7 March, 2017
The enduring gender gap in computing remains something of a mystery to Professor Ingrid Zukerman. After 35 years of exploration
IT for social justice - Dr Joanne Evans
6 March, 2017
Monash University wins AUD $18m funding to advance intelligence analysis
7 February, 2017
Monash University has been chosen for a multi-million dollar research contract aimed at enhancing the performance of the US intelligence community. Systems using artificial intelligence (AI) will refine reasoning and outcomes, with the
Faculty attracts over $1 million in ARC funding
19 January, 2017
Several researchers from the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University were successful in the recent round of funding announcements from the Australian Research Council.
Digital Divas wins national prize
21 December, 2016
A new book about changing the attitudes of school girls towards IT has won the 2016 Leonie Warne Prize.
Server down: what caused the ATO systems to crash
19 December, 2016
Many Australian Tax Office IT systems have been unavailable for days after a major fault, apparently caused by a problem with a large-scale storage server.