News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
Swinburne explores safe automated decision-making
Thu 10 Oct 2019
Swinburne is part of the new ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, which examines the use of emerging technologies.
Composition for video gaming draws on tradition and tech
Thu 03 Oct 2019
Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication, Dr Dan Golding, discusses the similarities between video game sound scores and classical composition.
Swinburne’s oldest PhD student says you’re never too old to learn
Tue 24 Sep 2019
An 85-year-old grandmother is Swinburne’s oldest PhD student, studying how humans and smart machines can work together with equal status in the workforce.
Swinburne represented at ‘Olympics’ for young tradespeople
Fri 20 Sep 2019
Computer Systems Technology graduate, Andrew Brown, placed in the top five for Cloud Computing at the 45th WorldSkills International Championships.
New report shows digital services out of reach
Wed 18 Sep 2019
Swinburne has co-developed the fourth Australian Digital Inclusion Index, the most comprehensive picture of our country’s online participation.
Apple and Google to offer frictionless gaming, if your NBN plan can handle it
Tue 17 Sep 2019
Google's Stadia and Apple Arcade will rattle the gaming world this year, but as user experience improves, issues around connectivity and cost arise.
Software engineer tops influential Asian-Australian list
Fri 13 Sep 2019
Dr Muneera Bano has been named the winner of the inaugural 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australians Awards.
Give students the chance to learn from their mistakes
Thu 12 Sep 2019
Dr Muneera Bano explains how motivated IT students can score higher marks when given the chance to learn from their mistakes.
Swinburne-supported startup lifting writing skills of primary students
Tue 10 Sep 2019
A Swinburne-supported startup is helping Victorian teachers improve the writing skills of primary students with its online tool Scriibi.
Heads in the cloud
Mon 09 Sep 2019
A new suite of artificial intelligence software developed at Swinburne will help smooth out the kinks in cloud computing.