Ben is a lecturer, multidisiplinary researcher and leader of the code/creativity/culture group in the Research School of Computer Science. He's interested in computational art, data visualisation, human-computer interaction, cybersecurity (particularly in embedded devices) and the the intersection of code, creativity and culture as those boundaries dissolve in the modern world.
Ben is also a passionate educator, and (tries to) stir the code/creativity/culture juices through all his courses. Currently, if you're an ANU student you can enrol in:
- COMP1720/6720: Art & Interaction in New Media (enrolling now for Semester 2 2018)
- COMP2300/6300: Computer Organisation & Program Execution (next running in Semester 1 2019)
Here are some more ways to follow Ben & his research on the web:
Or you can just send him an email :)
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|COMP6300||Computer Organisation and Prog...||18, 19, 20, 21||S1|
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Torben Sko, Ben Swift, James Sheridan were awarded the Dean's Award for the work on the Science Week outreach project in 2012.
Torben Sko, Ben Swift won three awards at the GovHack open data hack-a-thon in 2012.