Research Conversazione 2013

Research Conversazione is held annually in October and allows the Schools in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies to showcase high calibre research and projects undertaken by undergraduate and postgraduate students with a focus on innovative, applied research that responds to national and international needs, as well as engaging with various new approaches and applications.

“Research Conversazione allows industry and the community to see our engineering and IT students' significant contributions to engineering and scientific knowledge," said Professor Archie Johnston, "I always look forward to learning more about students' exciting research topics and talking with young men and women who will be future leaders in academia, government and industry."

Heading into its 25th year, Research Conversazione has become the premier research event within our faculty and school.

See all of the School of IT's 2013 Research Conversazione posters.

See the School of IT Research Conversazione 2013 Photo Gallery.

Prize Winners 2013 - School of Information Technologies

  • NICTA Prize for best research project work
    Benjamin Drinkwater - A polynomial time solution for the Widespread Cophylogeny Reconstruction Problem
  • Smart Services CRC Prize for best research project work
    Tong Zhang - Artificial Intelligence Technologies for Smart Infrastructure Systems
  • Smart Services CRC Prize for best research project work within an Honours or Masters by Coursework degree
    Ian Dick - The No Hot Spot Non-Blocking Skip List for Unmanaged Languages
  • SIT Prize for Best research project within an Honours or Masters by Coursework degree
    Vinita Deshpande - A Fast and Accurate Classification Tool for Fungal Species Identification using Genomic Sequences
  • Faculty of Engineering and IT Prize for the best research project work in HCT
    Andrew Chen - Open Sensing Smartphone Framework for Diabetes Management
  • Research Portfolio Commercialization Prize
    James Charters - EAGLE: a novel local image descriptor for enhanced leaf image retrieval

Thank you to all our prize sponsors, the School appreciates your on-going support.