Important Dates
Semester 1, 2015
2 March: Semester Commences
8 March: Enrolment Deadline
31 March: Deadline for withdrawal without academic and financial penalty
PGRD Welcome Evening
Wednesday 25 February at 3pm

CSE will be holding a welcome in the Seminar Room, level 1 K17, for commencing PG coursework students:

15:00 - 16:00 - Introductory Lecture by Dr. Eric Martin
16:00 - 18:00 - Food and Drinks
Semester 1, 2015
23rd - 27th February

Come along to campus to meet other students, attend orientation events and take part in the fun-filled & info-packed week of activities.

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The Google Third Year Prize

Jan 13, 2015

Congratulations to Karl Krauthi on winning The Google Third Year Prize for this year, valued at $1000. The prize is for the best performance over a number of selected third year Courses. CSE thanks Google for sponsoring this prize for our students. ... Read more

2014 Goldstar Grants

Nov 28, 2014

Congratulations to CSE's Bruno Gaeta, Salil Kanhere, Sridevan Parameswaran and Michael Thielscher on being awarded Goldstar grants. Read more

2014 CISRA Best Research Paper Prize

Nov 26, 2014

The winner of 2014 CISRA Best Research Paper Prize goes to David Cock Title: The last mile, an empirical study of timing channels on seL4 Supervisor(s): Gernot Heiser This year, there were very high quality research papers submitted. ... Read more