Award-winning Agile Software researcher appointed to Monash Faculty of Information Technology
13 November, 2019
The Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University is excited to announce the appointment of Associate Professor Rashina Hoda to its world-leading group of software engineering researchers.
Monash researchers to explore automated decision-making technologies in new ARC centre
12 November, 2019
Monash researchers will play a key role in a new Australian Research Council (ARC) centre examining the use of automated decision-making technologies across the healthcare, social services, transport and media industries.
Monash continues to expand IT research strengths at a rapid pace
24 October, 2019
The Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University is delighted to announce the appointment of a further 11 academics in recent weeks.
Monash IT academic recognised by Young Tall Poppy Science Award
11 October, 2019
Associate Professor, Cybersecurity and Software, Aamir Cheema, has been selected as one of the outstanding early career researchers to receive a 2019 Victorian Tall Poppy Science Award.
Monash Machine Vision Group receives first place in TRECVID 2019 ActEV challenge
3 October, 2019
With the support of eResearch centre members Dr. Zongyuan Ge and Prof. Paul Bonnington, the MMVG modelled real-world surveillance camera situations.
Monash designs technology to map bullet trajectory
26 September, 2019
Monash University researchers are working on new technology that could one day help forensics track bullet paths in shooting victims.
Monash academic highlights accessibility barriers at international conference
13 September, 2019
Monash Information Technology research fellow, Dr Reuben Kirkham has won the Accessibility Award and a Best Paper Award at the 2019 Interact Conference.
CEO Magazine names Monash Faculty of IT Dean 2019 finalist
12 September, 2019
The nomination recognises Jon Whittle’s commitment to positively impacting social good through IT research and promoting diversity and inclusion within the Faculty of IT.
Protein paper wins prestigious award for Monash PhD student
30 August, 2019
In July, Monash Information Technology student Dinithi Sumanaweera won the esteemed Ian Lawson Van Toch Memorial Award for Outstanding Student Paper.
Monash champions women in IT â with pivotal mentoring program
16 August, 2019
The Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University is proud to unveil its new Women in Technology Alumni Mentoring Program.
Artificial Intelligence: Perspectives on F.A.T.E in AI
15 August, 2019
Fairness, Accountability, Transparency and Ethics for a more equitable future
Women in tech united by inaugural Hopper Down Under conference
31 July, 2019
Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology (IT) is a silver sponsor of the first Australian Hopper Down Under Conference – an event designed to unite women in tech
Visible punishment institutions are key in promoting large-scale cooperation: study
29 July, 2019
Social dilemmas are ever-present in contemporary society, with people ‘cheating the system’ and jeopardising collective outcomes in place of their own personal gains.
Monash IT appoints internationally-esteemed researcher as new Data Science and AI Group lead
24 July, 2019
The Faculty of IT at Monash University is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Jianfei Cai to lead the Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Group.
Monash Information Technology Silver Sponsor of Women in Technology Conference
22 July, 2019
The Faculty of IT is proud to announce its sponsorship of the inaugural Hopper Down Under conference.
Memes, movie tickets, splash parks, and pet cooling mats: Creatively engaging households on energy consumption
7 July, 2019
New research from Monash University and RMIT is encouraging the Australian energy sector to become more creative in how they engage households in ways to understand and manage their energy consumption.
Over-exposed: Monash and Federal Police launch lab to tackle abhorrent materials
1 July, 2019
Monash University and the Australia Federal Police (AFP) have joined forces to launch a new initiative designed to help officers scan through thousands of confronting images and files faster with lower levels of emotional distress.
Dr Xiaojun Chang achieves second place in 2019 international ActivityNet challenge
28 June, 2019
Dr Xiaojun Chang from the Faculty of Information Technology specialises in developing structured machine learning models for computer vision and multimedia tasks.
AI expert to create (digital) disruption at FIT
6 May, 2019
Last week Dr Mor Vered joined the Faculty of Information Technology as a Lecturer in the new Laboratory for Dialogue Research.
Best and brightest garner this yearâs Cliff Bellamy Awards
18 April, 2019
Named after Professor Clifford Bellamy, Foundation Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, the awards highlight the past year’s academic achievements of outstanding students.