Engage with us
The Department of Computing is committed to furthering our collective success by welcoming new students, researchers and stakeholders into our community.
As an immensely popular field, we open our doors to high school students looking to learn more about the many opportunities available at Macquarie University. We have also established a training program for high school teachers to grasp an understanding of our teaching methods, expertise and capabilities.
The department continues to enjoy our unique initiative as a purpose-built hub that brings industry partners, students of all levels and academics of various backgrounds together.
Engage with us- 2018-19
Summer Vacation Scholarship
Details will be provided later for Summer Vacation Scholarship in 2019.
29.11.2018 Computing Industry Networking Event
The 2018 Computing Industry Networking event was a showcase of the Department's achievements. There was a presentation by an invited industry person from SAS Australia. Selected student groups presented their projects conducted during the semester. Throughout the evening, Computing PhD Candidates displayed a poster summarising their research.
For more information about the event programme visit https://www.mq.edu.au/about/about-the-university/faculties-and-departments/faculty-of-science-and-engineering/departments-and-centres/department-of-computing/computing-industry-networking-event
Summer 2018 Computing Undergraduate Research Track workshops
The Computing Undergraduate Research Track is a series of bi-annual workshops where academics from Macquarie University and experts from outside the University mentor outstanding undergraduate students to solve real research problems.
The next workshop is running the 10th to the 14th of December 2018 and will include the following projects:
- Visualising Connections. Can we show social network data in a discoverable way?
- Cognition of Coding. How do people come to learn how to program and what cognitive processes aid them in this journey?
- Automating GSR Data Analysis. Can we write a provably correct algorithm to turn raw GSR data into stress level markers?
- Playing with certainty. Can we write animations that are mathematically proven to be glitch-free?
- Processing all way down. Can we create curriculum-aligned activities for primary and secondary students using the Processing animation/games language?
If you would like to register your interest please contact Dr. Matthew Roberts (email@example.com).
Big Data Society
For more information about events and how to join, follow the link.
Department of Computing Professional Development Workshop Resources 2018
Click here for resources for the Computing 2018 Professional Development Courses (supported by Google Science Education and endorsed by NESA).
Expression of Interest - Sessional teaching in 2019 S1 and S2
The expressions of interest for sessional teaching in S1 and S2 2019 are now closed.