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Distributed computing engineer awarded China’s top research honour

Professor Albert Zomaya named a Thousand Talents Program recipient Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing Director Professor Albert Zomaya has been awarded a Thousand Talents Program professorship to conduct sustainable computing-related research at Tianjin University in China. Established in 2008…

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Sydney scientists solve 30-year wheat rust puzzle

Stripe rust is aggressive and adapts easily to different climates   An international group of scientists co-led by the University of Sydney has isolated the first major resistance genes against stripe rust, which threatens to devastate whole crops of the…

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2019 Graduate Workshop on China in the urban age

Environmental challenges and eco-civilisation in China Join a multidisciplinary discussion on China in the age of the Anthropocene. The University of Sydney is organising the inaugural graduate workshop of the recently launched multidisciplinary research program on China in the Urban Age….

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Super boost for artificial intelligence research

Artificial intelligence research bolstered by new supercomputer The University of Sydney has regenerated its supercomputing infrastructure with the commissioning of Artemis 3, a new supercomputer that will support ongoing research into artificial intelligence (AI) and humanoid robotics. The High-Performance Computing…

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