Catch up on the latest news and events at the School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences.
UniSA researchers have built a forecasting system which analyses millions of social media posts each day to predict the likelihood of civil unrest events in Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
The new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between UniSA, Australia’s university of enterprise and leading defence system company Saab will focus on co
AVCON, Adelaide’s Anime and Video Game Festival, is on this weekend, 17 – 19 July, and UniSA is a sponsor.
UniSA students will have the chance to work for one of Australia’s most attractive employers thanks to a new degree in Information Technology (IT) whi
The Federal Government is investing in the Innovative Manufacturing CRC, led by the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences.
UniSA’s Security Analyst Dr Raymond Choo and his team have discovered that images and chat data on apps like Tinder and Grindr are hackable. Their res
While Adelaide was spared a scorching summer this year, the city did experience one of its driest periods in recent decades. Rainfall – or lack thereo
UniSA researchers have developed a train driver advice system that runs from an iPad, helping trains stay on time and reducing their energy use and ca
A UniSA student start-up business, which is creating a mobile device app designed to help in the secure storage of evidence related to investigations,
Researchers from the UniSA and Monash University are working on combining data and Augmented Reality technology to help consumers make more informed d