News: Women in STEM
This is an incredible opportunity for women to participate in a program that will provide significant employment opportunities by aligning their skills with those required by industry partners.
School of Computer Science researcher Menasha Thilakaratne was successful in winning the Maths and Data Award, sponsored by Fixe.
Congratulations to the ECMS researchers who have been awarded Australian Research Council grants under the National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants scheme.
The Women in STEM careers (WiSC) program saw 98 participants graduate and move on to the next stage of their professional development.
Held 14 October, the second Women in EEE (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) networking event with electronic engineer Ms Trish White was a great success.
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.
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.
Bachelor of Architectural Design students are designing housing solutions for neurodiversity, cultural and social differences.
Congratulations to Professor Katrina Falkner for being named as one of Australia's top innovators for her work providing digital technologies and learning support to teachers across the country.
Mechanical Engineering Honours student, Caitlin Scarborough alone designed, built and tested a floating platform that can support a 5MW wind turbine. Her platform was tested at the University of Adelaide wave flume under a range of wave and wind conditions, and the platform motion was detected using a motion capturing system OptiTrack.