School of Computer Science and Information Technology
The School of Computer Science and Information Technology is one of Australia's largest and most industry-focused program providers in the field of ICT.
The School is a research leader in key areas, including: big data and data analytics, service and cloud computing, web search and information retrieval, intelligent systems, optimisation and machine learning, smart technology and sensor networks, games and multimedia.
- New lab to boost the Data Economy for Aussie business 26/11/2014The launch of a $1.5 million data analytics lab at RMIT aims to provide a boost to the emerging Data Economy for Australian business.
- Patrolling the cyber frontier 10/11/2014Traditional attacks such as bombings and plane hijackings could become a thing of the past, as terrorism finds a new focus.
- RMIT wins $6.37m in ARC research funding 10/11/2014RMIT researchers have been awarded $6.37 million in funding, in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding schemes.
- From ensemble learning to learning in the model space 12/12/2014By Professor Xin Yao, Chair of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK, and President of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.