Final year engineering students focused on traversing the divide between artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) and artificial general intelligence (AGI).
A hit multi-year project from Ingenuity 2019 has had innovative enhancements by final year engineering students Eli Duykers, Jessica Evans, Joyce Jollands and Nathan Morrissey.
Civil engineering students Nikolas Harpas, Akhil Sharma, Isaac Devlin and Liam Gill have engineered a model to help figure out how we can maximise the water quality of the Murray River while minimising our impact on the river ecosystem.
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing researcher has been awarded grants totalling $608, 308 for her research.
Having always enjoyed maths, science and design, Alice said she wanted to follow a career and study pathway where she could apply those skills in a way to solve problems and make a difference, while continuing to be challenged and keep learning.
Final year engineering students investigate carbon capture and storage solutions to reduce emissions
For their honours project, Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) students Liam Alchin and Andre Lymn investigated how to ensure a gas reservoir would be suitable for the injection and long term storage of CO2.
Currently studying offshore in Sri Lanka, Master of Data Science student Dileepa Pitawela shares his virtual experience and top tips for other students thinking of starting their studies online.
Bachelor of Architectural Design students are designing housing solutions for neurodiversity, cultural and social differences.
Mechanical Engineering students embarked on a quest for their honours project to decrease risk to powerline maintenance workers, creating a robotic hybrid system that you can check out at Ingenuity!
Two researchers from the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences have been awarded a total of over $2.8million. Congratulations to our two ECMS researchers.