School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
The School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences is home to world-class expertise working to solve some of the most challenging societal problems in pioneering ways.
We produce globally significant research and offer best-in-class teaching in our state-of-the-art facilities. We drive industry innovations through collaborations with government and private enterprise.
Our School has more than 100 staff and nearly 200 Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students working across the disciplines of Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences. Our work is supported by the proven industry experience of the Teletraffic Research Centre (TRC), which undertakes research fundamental to most areas of academia, industry, and society at large.
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Broaden your experience and connections with one of our PhD and Masters-level research degrees that cover every discipline including collaborative and highly industry-driven doctorates.
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Learn from our world-class leaders in Computer and Mathematical Sciences in one of the most innovative and industry-connected environments in the world.
Congratulations to Professor Yvonne Stokes for her research paper to be awarded the 2023 Gavin Brown Prize by Australian Mathematical Society.
A/Prof Hung Nguyen and Prof Matthew Roughan from the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences have been awarded a grant from DST, worth $2.156M over 2.5 years. This is an extension of our current NGT-Cyber grant.
Professor Matthew Roughan and Professor Lewis Mitchell awarded National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants (NISDRG) for network science analytics research project.