Professor Timothy Baldwin named as Computational Linguistics Field Leader in The Australian 2019 Research Magazine
Congratulations to Centre Director, Professor Timothy Baldwin on being named Field Leader in Computational Linguistics in The Australian 2019 Research Magazine Engineering & Computer Science Australia’s Research Field Leaders released today. The University of Melbourne’s Natural Language Processing Group were named as the leading institution in Computational Linguistics.
2019 Australian Museum Eureka Prize Winners
Congratulations to Professor David Grayden, Professor Tony Burkitt and the team at the Endovascular Bionics Laboratory at The University of Melbourne and Synchron Inc on winning the 2019 UNSW Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research. Skilfully bringing together a wide variety of disciplines, Synchron and the Endovascular Bionics...
ARC and IBM build $10 million AI centre with Melbourne Uni
Centre Director, Prof Tim Baldwin, was recently interviewed by the Australian Financial Review about the partnership between the Australian Research Council, IBM Research-Australia and the University of Melbourne to build the ARC Training Centre in Cognitive Computing for Medical Technologies focusing on developing AI applications for medical technologies.
Launch of ARC Training Centre in Cognitive Computing for Medical Technologies
Senator for Victoria, Jane Hume, today launched the Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre in Cognitive Computing for Medical Technologies, based at The University of Melbourne, which is receiving $4.1 million in Federal Government support through the ARC Industrial Transformation Research Program. The new industrial transformation training centre will focus...
Participant Agreement SigningThe official Participant Agreement for the ARC Training Centre in Cognitive Computing for Medical Technologies was signed on Dec 1, 2017.