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The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale
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The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale

Professor Justin Zobel, Professor of Computational Bioinformatics at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Dr Ajay Royyuru, Head of the Computational Biology Center at IBM Research, discuss the challenges of computational biology and their work on the Genographic Project.

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GO8 European Fellow to join CSSE

The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering will host, Group of Eight (GO8) European Fellow, Dr Gintare Grigonyte, from Lithuania, in 2011.

Where are you? How we describe place
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Where are you? How we describe place

Associate Professor Stephan Winter from the Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) is leading a research team of experts in linguistics, computer science and spatial information science to try and bridge the gap in the way we explain locations to our friends and how we type descriptions into mapping services such as google maps or in-car navigation services.

Our people in the news: Professor Raj Buyya
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Our people in the news: Professor Raj Buyya

Professor Raj Buyya, from the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, has recently returned from a trip to India, where he gave keynote talks and media interviews about cloud computing, featured in Indian newspapers.

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Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Awards

The inaugural Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) Teaching Awards were held on Friday October 1, 2010.

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Robogals founder wins Young Leader Pride of Australia Medal

Congratulations to Marita Cheng, Mechatronics and Computer Science student at the Melbourne School of Engineering for winning a Pride of Australia Medal in the category of Young Leader.