Fifty years ago, 260 students enrolled in an introductory course called ‘Computer Science B01’. Nowadays, ANU has over 1200 full time students. In between, they grew from a sub-department of the Department of Statistics to their own department (1976), and now, a School – the School of Computing at ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science. Just as they did five decades ago, their alumni continue to blaze trails across disciplines throughout Australia, and around the globe.
Date: Friday 29 April 2022
Time: 6.00pm arrival for a 6.30pm dinner
Location: Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia
WHO: ANU alumni, academics, and friends
Gradient Institute, CEO, Bill-Simpson Young sits on the ANU School of Computing’s Advisory Board.