Current Students

Time to get technical

Centenary Building

The UTAS School of Computing and Information Systems will open its doors to schools and the public to showcase the variety of projects, products and research from the School.

Lecturer Dr Ian Lewis said the public expos were a chance to showcase the opportunities offered through the School.

“As well as the teaching and learning opportunities, Computing and Info Systems makes contributions to the community and industry by sharing research.”

The expos will include:

  • Games designed and developed by Games Technology students, showcasing their portfolios across all years of their degree
  • Demonstrations and posters of some of the research projects being undertaken by staff and student teams, in areas such as e-Health, Organisational Strategy, Artificial Intelligence, Radio Frequency Identification, and Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Demonstrations and opportunities to play in the areas of games development, building computer graphics and animation, providing online technical support to companies, developing an ICT solution for a local business and much more
  • Final-year student team projects, solving real  ICT problems for local companies
  • Course information for studying ICT in Tasmania.

Launceston expo

Where: Building V, Newnham Campus
What: School of Computing and Information Systems Public Expo
When: 10am–1pm Monday 26 September 2011

Hobart expo

Where: Centenary Building (pictured), UTAS Sandy Bay campus
What: School of Computing and Information Systems Public Expo
When: 10am–12noon Wednesday 28 September 2011

Published on: 23 Sep 2011 4:50pm