The ability of Flinders research fellow Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen’s Serval software to maintain secure phone communications has won a US$10,000 award in the Tech Challenge for Atrocity Prevention.
The ground-breaking work of Flinders University biomedical engineer, Professor Karen Reynolds, has been recognised with the award of South Australian Scientist of the Year for 2012.
Research that promises to transform mobile phone communications and to reveal Australia’s ancient ochre trade sees two Flinders scientists in the finals of the 2012 SA Young Tall Poppy Awards.
Six Flinders University researchers are among the finalists in the 2012 Science Excellence Awards, two of whom are vying for South Australian Scientist of the Year.
Flinders University’s 2011 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers have just been announced, with 10 researchers sharing in a pool of $25,000.
Maxwell Smart, the bumbling comic spy in the 1960s television series Get Smart, frequently used his ‘shoe phone’ to report his latest predicament to The Chief at CONTROL. Now a Flinders University computer scientist has combined the latest telecommunications components to produce the real thing.