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ARC DP2022 Success

We congratulate the following D2i members in their success in ARC-DP20200 DP220101925 – Professor John Yearwood; Associate Professor Vicky Mak; Dr Bahadorreza Ofoghi; Professor William Moran; Dr Diego Mollá Aliod An intelligent machine modelling assistant for combinatorial optimisation. This project aims to discover key fundamental technologies for automating assistance to non-expert users in the formulation […]

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Vicky Mak a finalist in Defence Academic of the Year Award

A big congratulations to Vicky Mak from the maths team who has been nominated as a finalist for Academic of the Year in the Australian Defence Industry Awards.   Vicky is one of only 10 finalists (the list of which also includes Deakin academics Chang-Tsun Li and Saeid Nahavandi) with the award recognising her excellence in contributing to a number of […]

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D2i is now an partner of Australian Data Science Network (ADSN)

D2i research centre is now a partner of Australian Data Science Network (ADSN). We will distribute all related opportunities, news and communications to D2i members. Australia has an impressive and expanding footprint in data science research and training. To provide a more comprehensive and inclusive solution, the Australian Data Science Network was born. The aim […]

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Deakin School of IT Ranked the 6th in Australia, and top 76-100 Worldly

School of Information Technology at Deakin University is ranked No. 6 in the Australia and top 76-100 in the world, according to ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) 2021. This is further proof of the SIT’s commitment to achieving global excellence in computer science education and research. With its international faculty, diverse student body […]

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Competition on EC in the Energy Domain: SG Applications – winners announcement

Vicky and Rasul have recently won a Bronze medal in IEEE CEC/GECCO 2021 Competition on “Evolutionary Computation in the Energy Domain: Smart Grid Applications”. The competition has two independent tracks, each tackling an optimisation problem in the energy domain. Participants of the competition could use different evolutionary algorithms for each track (if they participate in […]

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Professor Gleb Beliakov and Deakin as a leader in the field of Fuzzy Systems

The Australian editors named Australia’s top research institution for each research field using similar criteria. This year, Deakin was recognised as the leading institution in the fields of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies and Chinese Studies and History (Humanities, Art and Literature); Artificial Intelligence, Manufacturing and Machinery and Fuzzy Systems (Engineering and Computer Science), and […]

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