Katherine Frase discusses digital content in education
In the first Dean’s Engineering and IT Public Lecture for 2014, Dr Katherine Frase discusses the potential of digital content to drive better learning outcomes.
Dr Tuan Ngo’s team wins national Defence Materials Technology Centre award
Dr Tuan Ngo from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering and his research team have taken out a national award for their work in creating new protective materials to enhance the safety of military vehicles.
PhD Candidate Sam Amirebrahimi wins IBM Fellowship
Infrastructure Engineering PhD candidate Sam Amirebrahimi has recently received an IBM PhD Fellowship Award. Out of more than 350 nominations, Sam was chosen for his PhD research project, assessing flood damage to buildings and urban environments.
MAP Alumnus Long Zheng Creates Train App for Google Glass
Melbourne Accelerator Program alumnus Long Zheng, has created a new public transport app for Google Glass.
MAP Startup Accelerator Application Workshop
The Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) will be hosting its annual Application Workshop on Tuesday April 8 at the University of Melbourne.
Ivan Marusic elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science
Professor Ivan Marusic, from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
Orica Engineering Design Prize Announced
Jacob Rivera and Lee Rogers have been awarded the Orica Design Prize, recognising their outstanding design projects in Mechanical Engineering.
MSE Welcomes new veski fellow
Professor Kenneth Crozier, an expert in optical technologies has returned to the University of Melbourne through a veski innovation fellowship to work on an integrated program of research, education and commercialisation that will also involve training the next generation of Australian optical scientists.
Becoming “digital blacksmiths”: Paul Mignone and Bernard Meade discuss 3D Printing for The Conversation
University of Melbourne students from a range of discipline backgrounds recently took part in a 3D printing workshop, allowing them to become “digital blacksmiths.”
First ever Indigenous Engineers Scholarship recipient on a pathway to a Geomatics career
Bachelor of Science (Geomatics) student Adam Pyke is the inaugural recipient of the Indigenous Engineers: Engineering Pathway Scholarship, a new initiative supporting indigenous undergraduate Science students on a pathway to graduate engineering Study.
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