IT & Computing
Let’s face it – most drivers have driven around the block searching for that elusive ‘perfect’ parking space. A research team at CSU in Port Macquarie hopes to change that.
With heat waves becoming the new normal in Australia, spare a though for native animals, struggling to find places to live.
As more than 1,600 information technology (IT) students graduate from CSU this week, the University has been confirmed as the national leader in this discipline.
A conference with daily far-reaching consequences in all our lives will be staged at CSU in Bathurst this week.
Measuring and tracking the development of grapes in the vineyard is now easier – thanks to a mobile phone app developed by the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) and funded by Wine Australia.
The first of a series of Girls in Cyber Security Advancing (GiCSA) project workshops will be held at the CSU AgriTech Incubator in Wagga Wagga from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 November.
Questions about machine learning and analysis of Tweets for policing are posed and examined in a presentation at the CSU 2018 International Policing Conference in Sydney today, Thursday 8 November.
CSU will host the 16th Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM) 2018 at CSU in Bathurst on Wednesday 28, Thursday 29 and Friday 30 November.
Working with industry partners, CSU has redeveloped its suite of communication and creative industry courses to rigorously prepare professionals for the 21st century.
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