The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences offers a host of quality teaching, learning and research facilities, including cutting-edge test chambers, labs, workshops and equipment.
Ingkarni Wardli building
The Ingkarni Wardli building houses more than 11,000 m2 of world-class, purpose-built student facilities and amenities. Among these are: a café; computer labs; study areas; an exhibition space; and 24-hour, 7-days-a-week support resources.
The building’s Kaurna name means ‘place of learning or enquiry’, and recognises the University’s special relationship with the Kaurna people, the original custodians of the land on which the University is situated.
The Collaborative Design Facility is an industry-first tripartite agreement between Capgemini, the University of Adelaide and Dassault Systèmes implemented to accelerate design innovation through industry, academia and government collaboration.
The CASR Impact Laboratory is a purpose built facility used for conducting pedestrian sub-system testing. The laboratory is the official testing facility for the pedestrian component of the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) and is the only facility of its kind in Australia.
The Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources manages a state-of-the-art Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure (MICP) Porosimeter Laboratory that offers services for both university research and commercial work.
The University's Phoenix High Performance Computing (HPC) service enables researchers to improve time frames for analysis and processing of big data, increase complexity in models and simulations, and produce the best of innovative and collaborative research.