Department of Computing

Department of Computing

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The Department of Computing is committed to excellence in terms of its teaching, research, and industry and external collaborations. Being located at the northern end of Sydney’s ‘silicon valley’, the Department enjoys the advantages of a large green field campus in the hub of Sydney’s IT industry.

The Department offers a comprehensive teaching program that covers the spectrum from undergraduate, master of research programs, postgraduate coursework and PhD study. Specific courses include traditional computer science, programming languages, software engineering, information systems, e-business technologies through to artificial intelligence, web technologies and language technology, games development and web design.

Underpinning this teaching is an active and thriving research program covering a wide range of interests including language technology, cryptography, security, programming languages and advanced systems engineering, knowledge systems and category theory.

Call for Expression of Interest for Sessional Teaching in 2017 Session 1

The Department of Computing offers a range of undergraduate units and employs casual academic staff to support the teaching of these units. The Department has, each session, employment opportunities for casual academic staff to tutor in its units. Please consider this opportunity if you feel you have the ability to help prepare the next generation of IT practitioners.

Expressions of Interest are invited from appropriately qualified professional people to take tutorial/practical classes during day and/or evening sessions. Appointed casual academic staff are expected to assist with student consultation and the marking of unit assessments and examinations.

Details of units offered by the Departments can be found here.

Details of the selection criteria can be found here.

Please submit your application here (application closes by COB, Friday, 13th January 2017)


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