Displaying items by tag: Australian National University

Human-machine interaction and artificial intelligence company Seeing Machines has been awarded a Linkage Project grant to enhance vehicle situation awareness using visual and audio sensors.

Published in Automotive

NetApp is poised to acquire Instaclustr, a Canberra-based company incubated at the Australian National University.

Published in Deals

The drone sector has been earmarked as a burgeoning employment pathway for generations as robots, drones, AI, and automation is poised to dominate the tech industry in the coming decades.

Published in Not For Profit

Australia’s economy could be $18 billion larger and more than 42,000 extra full-time jobs could be created over the next decade if the country adopts a hybrid working future.

Published in Business Intelligence

Australian National University’s Tech Policy Design Centre will tackle strengthening democracy and how the country’s economy is poised to reap the full benefits of digital technology.

Published in Education
Thursday, 09 September 2021 11:01

O'Connell takes over Superloop chair from Slattery

Network operator Superloop has announced the retirement of founder and chair Bevan Slattery from its board. Peter O'Connell has been appointed to the board as non-executive chair.

Published in People Moves

Melbourne's Swinburne University of Technology has taken a month to issue information about the leaking on the Internet of personal data over seven years.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 24 March 2021 10:31

Pawsey to install diamond quantum accelerator

ANU based startup Quantum Brilliance will install the world's first diamond quantum accelerator at Perth's Pawsey Supercomputing Centre.

Published in Hardware

Scientists from three universities — Professor Peter Veitch from University of Adelaide, Professor David McClelland and Professor Susan Scott from Australian National University and Professor Emeritus David Blair from University of Western Australia — have won the the Prime Minister's Prize for Science, Australia's most prestigious award for scientific research.

Published in Space

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has awarded $15.14 million in funding to 16 research projects to help address solar PV panel efficiency, overall cost reductions and end-of-life issues.

Published in Energy

Australia’s peak body for science and technology, Science & Technolgy Australia (STA), fears the permanent loss of talent from the country’s research system and has called on the Federal Government to staunch the "hemorrhaging" of talent in the wake of thousands more job cuts just announced by universitities.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 10:57

Bishop's the new boss at FinXL Canberra

IT professional services provider FinXL has appointed Jodine Bishop as group regional manager for its Canberra business.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 14 September 2020 11:54

Pegasystems hires two industry specialists

Customer engagement and digital automation vendor Pegasystems has appointed Jonathan Tanner as financial services and insurance industry principal and Rob Bollard as public sector industry principal for Asia Pacific. Both roles are newly created.

Published in People Moves

Federally-funded not-for-profit AustCyber has announced the final four projects that will be financially supported by its $15 million fund intended to help the Australian cyber security industry.

Published in Strategy

Australia's biggest supercomputing facility, NCI, which is housed at the Australian National University has named its newest research supercomputer with a name from the language of the Ngunnawal people of the Canberra region to mark National Reconciliation Week.

Published in Hardware

Two researchers at the Australian National University have developed a new kind of solar cell that has a better efficiency record in converting sunlight into energy.

Published in Energy

The Australian Department of Defence has played down a report by the ABC claiming that private details of defence force members could have been compromised in a breach of what it described as "a highly sensitive military database".

Published in Security
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