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24 November 2017

5 minutes with Aaron Ramsden

Aaron Ramsden’s decision to down tools and pursue his ambition of becoming an electrical engineer has sparked a successful career in renewable energy networks.

22 November 2017

Can computer vision and AI predict strokes and prevent disability?

More than 80% of strokes are preventable. University of Sydney biomedical engineering students have proposed a rapid stroke prediction system using computer vision and AI, and accessible to any hospital with a CT imaging machine. 

22 November 2017

Internship sparks employment with leader in smart metering

Landing a workplace internship with Landis+Gyr was an exciting prospect for Leadership Scholarship recipient Ignatius Widjaja. To be then offered a position while studying was more than unexpected.

20 November 2017

Why the Dalyell Program is no ordinary engineering and IT degree

In 2018, the Dalyell Scholars Program will replace the University of Sydney’s Advanced Engineering program for exceptional students, offering greater opportunities to excel and new challenges to conquer.

14 November 2017

$7M in new ARC grants drive research innovation

Carbon dioxide reduction, advanced energy storage systems, and extreme-scale networks were just some of the areas receiving ARC funding for the University of Sydney’s engineering and IT researchers.

09 November 2017

Sydney engineering students benefit from Airbus partner program

Aerospace engineering students at the University of Sydney will have the opportunity to work with a global leader in the aviation industry as a member of the Airbus Global University Partner Program (AGUPP). 

07 November 2017

New appointments bolster Faculty ranks

The academic ranks of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies have been strengthened by the arrivals of Associate Professor Amin Chabchoub and Doctor Edward Hoffman to the School of Civil Engineering.