Australian National University
Australian National University (ANU) was established in 1946 and is considered as one of Australia's most reputable universities. It was founded after WWII as there was a need to rebuild and develop the nation's intellectual and research capabilities. The university is organized into seven academic colleges, each representing different areas of study.
ANU has produced several Nobel Prize winners, both in the sciences and other fields. Notable laureates associated with ANU include Sir John Eccles (Physiology or Medicine, 1963), Brian Schmidt (Physics, 2011), and Barry Marshall (Physiology or Medicine, 2005).
ANU's computer science faculty consists of accomplished researchers and educators who contribute significantly to various areas of computer science. Their expertise covers a wide range of topics, including artificial intelligence, data science, algorithms, machine learning, software engineering, and more.
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#34 QS World University Rankings 2024
#56 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems
#62 THE (Times Higher Education) World University Rankings 2023