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  1. Chris Hale in The Age: Rail stations need major investment

    Dr Chris Hale from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering was featured on page 3 of The Age yesterday, calling for an overhaul of Melbourne’s rail stations, which he said are well behind world standards.

  2. University archives receive Michell papers

    In the 150th year of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, the University Archives has received a significant donation of papers relating to one of the School’s most distinguished graduates, AGM Michell.

  3. MSE successes in recent ARC and NHMRC grant funding

    The Melbourne School of Engineering has done well in the recent round of ARC and NHMRC research grants.

  4. Mud, sludge and custard tamed?

    Professor Richard Buscall, Principal of MSACT Consulting (UK) will present the next MERIT Visiting Scholar Lecture, “Mud, sludge and custard tamed? Well, that is the aim of SERCh* (*Suspension Engineering Rheology Chart)”.

  5. Michael Stewardson wins Eureka Prize for water research

    Dr Michael Stewardson, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, at the University of Melbourne, has won the 2011 Eureka Prize for Water Research and Innovation, along with colleagues from the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University.

  6. Explainer: What is Net Neutrality?

    Dr Aaron Harwood from the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering has written for The Conversation about Net Neutrality.

  7. SIAM award for Dr Michael Rotkowitz

    Future Generation and Senior Research Fellow Dr Michael Rotkowitz has won the 2011 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Activity Group on Control and Systems Theory Prize.

  8. Meet the Founder: Robert Klupacs

    The next session in NICTA and The Melbourne School of Engineering’s Meet the Founder series will feature CEO and Managing Director of Circadian Technologies, Robert Klupacs.

  9. Alumni Election Council nominations are now open!

    Nominations for the University of Melbourne Alumni Council are now open, so be sure to get involved and have a lasting impact on how alumni influence, …

  10. Call for nominations: Kernot Memorial Medal

    Nominations are now open for the Kernot Memorial Medal, one of the most prestigious awards in the Melbourne School of Engineering.

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