Research within the School is conducted largely within groups, although collaboration between groups is common. Research groups typically have a number of on-going research projects in specific areas related to the overall area of the groups' interest. School publications are available through the UNSW Research Gateway.
The School of CSE has been at the forefront of research into new and exciting innovations, many of which are described elsewhere in this website. We have achieved this by attracting the brightest students and challenging them to ensure that they reach their greatest potential by putting them through some of the most rigorous computing courses.
DSTO jointly with the UNSW is holding a symposium on Trusted Autonomous Systems, from the 15-17 July 2015 at the UNSW in Sydney. This symposium is considering the longer term challenges facing autonomous systems and what it means for them to be trusted for decision making. ...
Student Innovation Prize
The Defence Science and Technology Organisation in partnership with UNSW Innovations will host the 2015 Emerging and Disruptive Technologies Assessment Symposium, from the 15‐17 July 2015 at the UNSW in Sydney, Australia. ...
Toby Walsh appeared on the “Mornings” program talking about robotic pets of the future, and took along one of CSE's RoboCup Aibos: