Tri Timer, an electronic race management system designed specifically for the Twin Towns Triathlon Club, is the latest recipient of the Opmantek Award for high-achieving final year students in Griffith University’s School of Information and Communication Technology. With features including membership maintenance, race number administration, timing functions, general administration and individual performance seasonal points tallying, […]
Head to Griffith’s Gold Coast Open Day this Sunday, 26 July and find out what your future could be. And just by attending, you could win an Apple iWatch or $500 travel voucher.
Five Griffith University academics have been recognised for their role in boosting the Gold Coast economy by attracting conferences to the city.
A property management application created by Griffith University students has so impressed Australia’s largest real estate firm it has agreed to develop it further. As part of their final-year project, School of Information and Communication Technology students Roshan Lyons, Daniel Rigby, Aaron Bailey and Amrit Maharjan designed and developed the app for industry client Ray […]
Griffith University’s reputation for technology innovation again has been recognised with two projects advancing to the national final of the Australian Information Industry Association’s prestigious iAwards (AIIA). The Queensland section of the awards was judged in Brisbane recently and Griffith’s Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) was acknowledged for Research and Development in the Development […]
Despite understandable concerns about the collection and use of people's online information, Professor Michael Blumenstein of Griffith University's School of Information and Communication Technology sees exciting possibilities in the rise of big data
Future demands for big data analysts and specialists in machine learning are at the heart of a new Bachelor of Computer Science degree being launched in 2016. Find out all about it at the Gold Coast Open Day on July 26.