The ASD - ANU Co-Lab brings together researchers, academics and technical leaders to solve national security challenges and nurture Australian talent.
ASD-ANU Co-Lab launches new grant program for Honours students
The ASD-ANU Co-lab is proud to launch the first round of the Co-Lab Honours Grant, a unique program designed to accelerate career opportunities and provide highly skilled graduates to meet ASD’s growing workforce requirements.
Access $8,000 in funding, and participate in bespoke training courses. Network with students, professionals and researchers interested in national intelligence and security.
Applications open on the 15th November 2021 and close on the 15th December 2021.
Co-Lab is a 15-year partnership between the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and the Australian National University (ANU). Based at ANU, in a state-of-the-art purpose-built unclassified facility, this unique partnership brings together leading ANU academics and some of ASD’s foremost analysts and technologists to collaborate on a program which puts Australia’s national security at its centre.
Co-Lab unites problem solvers from a variety of disciplines to share in collaborative research projects and provides a pathway for students interested in pursuing a career with ASD and other STEM-related fields. The program of activities focuses on areas such as cryptography, computational linguistics, secure communications, computing, cyber security, psychology and vulnerability research.
Find out what's happening at the Co-Lab and how you can get involved.
Capture the flag - 24 to 26 November 2021
Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.
In teams or as individuals, participants will solve a variety of tasks in categories such as digital forensics, cryptology, software engineering, reverse engineering, computational linguistics.