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Our vision at the Centre for Information Technology is to create a close working relationship between industry, government and academia which results in the creation of innovative Information Technology research and global partnerships. Together we aim to transform economic and social life and promote 21st century digital citizenship.
We’re all about connection, coordination and collaboration between our academic staff; researchers across institutions both locally and globally; undergraduate and postgraduate students; industry and government. As well as ensuring that our research is relevant to industry and society’s needs, we are developing students who have the skills, knowledge and competence to conduct both scientifically sound research and scholarship, and to provide a practical and relevant contribution to industry and society.
We provide tools to connect industry with researchers and students across all areas of IT, and we teach a broad range of subjects to prepare our graduates for industry and/or postgraduate study.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016
8:27 AM Fri 3 Feb 2017 by kmstock
A/Prof Ruili Wang has been invited to be a member of the editor board of the journal of Applied Soft Computing (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/applied-soft-computing/). This is an addition to the Associate Editor role for the journal of Knowledge and Information Systems. (http://www.springer.com/computer/information+systems+and+applications/journal/10115 )
12:58 AM Thu 31 Mar 2016 by kmstock
Professor Runyi Yu from the Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus, is visiting the Language and Speech Processing Group for a year. In collaboration with his host Associate Professor Ruili Wang, Prof. Yu will carry out research in the areas related to speech and image processing. Link to his research.
8:55 AM Thu 4 Feb 2016 by kmstock
Associate Professor Julian Jang-Jaccard has joined the staff at the Centre for Information Technology. Associate Professor Jang-Jaccard was previously at the CSIRO in Australia, and her recent research has focused on cybersecurity and telehealth. She replaces Associate Professor Dave Parsons, who has taken a role as National Postgraduate Director at MindLab.
8:49 AM Thu 4 Feb 2016 by kmstock
Dr Maria Vasardani from the University of Melbourne Department of Infrastructure Engineering is visiting the GeoKnowledge Lab for 2 weeks. Dr Vasadarni will be working with Dr Kristin Stock on the development of methods for identifying contextual aspects of natural language expressions describing location. Contextual information is important in helping computers to accurately understand location descriptions in the way that humans do. Link to Maria’s page.
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