Heavy industry is vital to our economy but it contributes to the planet’s climate challenge crisis, which is why transitioning the sector to net-zero carbon emissions is so important.
Congratulations to research associate Dr Cheryl Suwen Law who has received the Wine Australia Award at the recent 2021 Science and Innovation Awards.
Initial focus for this group will be the development of dissimilar technologies to support GPS-denied ranging, location, tracking and navigation. Applications close 31 May 2021.
Saab’s Graduate Program is a two year program, which offers you the opportunity to work across two or three teams through structured rotations across the business. These rotations are individually tailored to your current skills and developmental needs, business requirements and individual preferences. Applications close 5 April 2021.
This PhD project is an opportunity to develop and implement state-of-the art models of Antarctic sea ice. Applications close Wednesday 31 March 2021.
Wednesday 4 March is the first World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development. This year, we're sharing the great work engineers in ECMS are doing under the theme of: early warning and prevention.
Looking for young people (aged 14-20) in Adelaide to tell us your views on what qualities you think are important to make all relationships happy and respectful.
Associate Professor Mathias Baumert from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, in collaboration with Professor Hagen Malberg and Dr Martin Schmidt (Dresden), were awarded a Lab2Lab grant by the Graduate Academy of Technical University Dresden, one of Germany's top universities for engineering.
Although student travel won’t be possible in the second half of 2021, students can still apply for virtual short-term exchange programs happening this Winter School.
Congratulations to Master of Construction Management student Kavita Bhandari who was recently labelled one of the Top 100 Graduate Leaders of Australia in the GradConnection Top 100 competition.