Computer Science and Engineering

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15 July 2014
Like their human counterparts in the recent football World Cup, Germany will be the team to beat at the RoboCup Championships in Brazil. VIDEO
Dr Nina Narodytska from UNSW and NICTA
19 July 2013
A UNSW scientist who solved a long-standing computational problem has cracked a prestigious list of up-and-coming artificial intelligence (AI) researchers.
10 July 2013
A team of soccer-playing robots programmed by UNSW engineering students has placed fourth in the 2013 RoboCup competition in the Netherlands.
Pegasus - a next-generation helmet is the basis of one UNSW student start-up
24 May 2013
A new initiative is helping UNSW student entrepreneurs grow their companies and retain full ownership of intellectual property they develop.
Richard Buckland
15 October 2012
UNSW is the first Australian university to offer a free online computing course thanks to an innovative new social learning platform.
rUNSWift competes at RoboCup (Credit: Brad Hall)
05 July 2012
A team of UNSW software engineers has won the bronze medal in the annual RoboCup competition, where autonomous humanoid robots compete for supremacy on the soccer pitch.
UNSW graduates and Mijura founders Adam Brimo and Prashant Varanasi
26 March 2012
Three hopeful tech start-ups will enter the new Venture Incubator Space inside the School of Computer Science and Engineering at UNSW.
Wikipedia will temporarily "black out" to protest Internet censorship
18 January 2012
OPINION: The fight against internet censorship will reach a milestone tonight when some of the most popular websites – including Wikipedia – will “go dark” to protest against a pair of controversial acts, writes Professor Srikumar Venugopal.
High schoolers get a head start with a university-level computing course at UNSW
16 January 2012
For a select group of high schoolers, UNSW is offering a unique chance to kick-start their university education with a credited, extracurricular computing course.
29 January 2010
Australian computer game designers have taken on the rest of the world in a 48-hour, non-stop contest co-organised in Sydney by UNSW.
25 September 2009
Computer researchers at UNSW and NICTA have achieved a breakthrough in software which will deliver significant increases in security and reliability.
27 March 2009
A brilliant search engine tool developed at UNSW by former PhD student Ori Allon is now helping millions of people with their Google searches every day.
06 June 2008
UNSW Conjoint Professor Toby Walsh has become the first Australian in a decade to be admitted as a Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.