50 Years of Computing at ANU

A gala event to celebrate 50 Years of Computing at ANU

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.