COSI Book Launch - Exploring the Diversity of Information Worlds
7 July, 2017
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.
Best Student paper award!
5 July, 2017
Shabnam Kasra Kermanshahi received the ACISP 2017 Best Student Paper Award at 22nd Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy.
Recognising and celebrating diversIT - supporting diversity and fostering inclusion at Monash
21 June, 2017
Students go above and beyond to further inclusion, cohesion, connection and belonging for people from underrepresented groups in IT.
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?
Hayden Razzell: Supercomputer research gets career off to super start
2 June, 2017
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: A successful blend of study and student community engagement
2 June, 2017
Graduating in May 2017 marks the culmination of a well-rounded undergraduate experience for Monash University Business Information Systems student Amanda Cheah.
Inside Monash Seminar Series
19 May, 2017
Over one hundred people attended the Inside Monash Seminar Series-I.T in the C1 Lecture Theatre on Thursday 18 May 2017. The Inside Monash Series are annual events and highlight the opportunities for students when it comes to work placements and
Applications are open for the 2018 Vice-Chancellorâs Ancora Imparo Leadership Program
18 May, 2017
Want to broaden your personal horizons and move forward with an enhanced understanding of leadership principles AND gain experience presenting abstract and relevant ideas to large audiences? Apply now for the unique 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Ancora
Superstars of STEM
15 May, 2017
Science & Technology Australia is engineering an exciting future for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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.
Monash competition teams write algorithms for success
18 November, 2016
Coding. It’s one of the most important skills of the digital age. And in recent computer programming competitions, teams of Monash University students have proved that they’re some of the best in Australia.
Can Facebook influence an election result?
3 October, 2016
Facebook was in hot water this May over allegations of a liberal bias in its “Trending” topics feature...
iPhone hack attack shows why we need to rein in the trade in spyware
19 September, 2016
Downloading security updates for computers and mobile devices is a regular routine for most of us...
Sajeeb Lohani - Making the most of university life
29 August, 2016
When I enrolled in the Bachelor of Software Engineering at Monash Uni, I decided to experience everything that university life could offer...
Winning Telstra University Challenge team make litter pickup fun
15 August, 2016
Students from across Monash University recently came together to win the 2016 Telstra University Challenge...
Anuradha Madugalla awarded a Google scholarship
1 August, 2016
Committed to helping people through technology, Monash University student Anuradha Madugalla is a deserving recipient of Google’s Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship...
Outstanding IT students and staff acknowledged at Bellamy Awards
18 May, 2016
Named after the founding Dean of the Faculty, Professor Cliff Bellamy, the annual Bellamy Awards is a chance for the Faculty of IT to recognise some of its brightest students...
Monash team reaches regional finals at prestigious International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC)
6 April, 2016
You could say it’s the computer programming equivalent of the Olympic Games - the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is the oldest, largest and most...
Raspberry Jam 2 Hack Day at SensiLab
10 April, 2015
On Thursday April 9th, the Faculty of Information Technology's sensiLab hosted its second "Raspberry Jam" - a hack style event based around the low cost Raspberry Pi computer. The Raspberry...