University of Adelaide researchers have been awarded more than $13.8 million for new research, with AIML receiving just over $1 million of those funds.
University of Adelaide researchers have been awarded more than $13.8 million for new research to benefit our environment, health, industry and Indigenous and urban communities, and to advance knowledge of the workings of our Universe.
Australians will be more confident the hundreds of millions of dollars invested in university research each year will be in the national interest with the introduction of a new test. Read the full media release here .
South Australian researchers have secured nearly $695,000 in funding from the Defence Innovation Partnership to collaborate on cutting-edge defence research projects.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide (computer science, engineering, mathematics) attended workshop sessions earlier this year at the Loxton Research Centre along with Wine Australia and Riverland Wine.
A team from AIML featuring Jamie Sherrah and Phil Roberts, and DST Group’s Victor Stamatescu has beaten more than 4000 submissions from around the world to gain second place in the Defense Innovation Unit’s (DIU) xVIEW Challenge.
A State Government grant will launch a digital precision control system pilot program for grape growers in the Riverland aiming to assist growers to optimise production and support overall vineyard efficiency, profitability and sustainability. Read the full media release here .
Professor Ian Reid and Professor Anton van den Hengel feature in Rising to global challenges, a 32 page magazine showcasing the innovative and world-class research work being undertaken at the University of Adelaide. You can read about their research here.
A valuable world-first application of the University of Adelaide’s AI image-analysis technology is in the agricultural sector.