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Aerospace, mechanical and mechatronic engineering

08 April 2019

Why our new engineering students have a PEP in their step

Our award-winning Professional Engagement Program aims to change the way our engineering students think about learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout their degree.
29 March 2019

New funding laying foundation for hydrogen-resistant steels

Professor Julie Cairney and Dr Yi-Sheng Chen have received a $321,000 Australian Research Council Linkage Project grant to partner with CITIC Metal and examine the cause of hydrogen embrittlement in steels.
07 November 2018

The computing degree driving healthcare innovation

Equipping professionals with the technological skills needed to transform healthcare is at the heart of the Master of Health Technology Innovation, the first cross-disciplinary degree developed through the Charles Perkins Centre.
18 October 2018

5 things we learnt at Research Conversazione

Farming robots, human breast milk and IoT cybersecurity may seem like unrelated topics, but they all came together under one roof at the Faculty of Engineering and IT's premier annual research event, Research Conversazione.
10 October 2018

New funding to help five engineers and computer scientists soar

Next generation machine learning for surgery, computational neuroscience, and predicting epileptic seizures are just some of the innovative research areas to benefit from new university-wide funding.
05 September 2018

Alumna awarded inaugural Schmidt Science Fellowship in Astronomy

Engineering alumna Jielai Zhang is part of a team building the world’s best telescope to observe faint and large extragalactic objects.
27 August 2018

Top tips on applying for a leadership scholarship

Applications for our Leadership Scholarship are now open to all high-calibre students interested in studying engineering, computing or project management in 2019.

24 August 2018

Celebrating the legacy of a biomedical engineering pioneer

The leadership and vision of Professor Andrew Ruys has contributed to the outstanding success of the University of Sydney’s biomedical engineering program – now the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
03 August 2018

Digital Farmhand boosts food security in the Pacific

Developed by University of Sydney engineers, Digital Farmhand uses low-cost robotics technology to increase food quality and production output for small-scale and subsistence farmers in the Pacific.
25 July 2018

Making speech clearer for cochlear implant recipients like myself

Greg Watkins, a PhD student in biomedical engineering at the University of Sydney, is profoundly deaf. Now with his own cochlear implant, Greg is developing new metrics to improve how recipients hear speech. This is his inspiring story.