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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.
27 February 2019

Academic recognised for excellence in data mining

University of Sydney artificial intelligence expert Professor Dacheng Tao has been recognised for excellence in data mining by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
25 February 2019

New funding for high-resolution beam development

Professor Xiaoke Yi and Professor Robert Minasian have received a $540,000 Australian Research Council Linkage Project grant to partner with Thales Australia and develop integrated optical phased arrays for light detection and ranging.
20 February 2019

Developing local engineering solutions in India

Streamlining the sorting of hand collected solid-waste and assessing potential designs for a carbon neutral hospital were some of the learning experiences engineering students gained during their recent fieldwork trip to India.
13 February 2019

Plasma engineering expert a positive addition to the Faculty

The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has attracted international plasma engineering expert Professor PJ Cullen to the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
17 January 2019

A smart grid pioneer’s career in the spotlight

For George Maltabarow, alumnus and former CEO of Energy Australia, having the opportunity to explore a variety of passions whilst at university were the foundations for a fulfilling, exceptional career.
14 January 2019

Engineering new kernels of truth with cereal

University of Sydney geomechanical engineers are examining the properties of puffed rice cereal through a new lens to gain understanding of the behaviour of porous materials.
15 November 2018

Preparing for the technological world of tomorrow

Develop the creativity, originality and fast problem-solving skills that are growing in demand with the University of Sydney’s Bachelor of Advanced Computing, one of Australia’s most unique computing degrees.
12 November 2018

Tributing 50 years’ contribution to civil engineering at Sydney

As an alumnus, Malcom Boyd has a reputation for ‘going above and beyond’ in his voluntary contribution to the University of Sydney. Amidst a busy professional life, Malcolm’s work has been foundational to the strong industry links forged in civil engineering.