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ANU to play role in World Wide Web development
ANU to play role in World Wide Web development

ANU to play role in World Wide Web development

The ANU is set to play a significant role in guiding the future of the Web after being chosen as the new host of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Australia Office.

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Research School of Engineering

The Research School of Engineering at The Australian National University is a creative mix of staff and students that embrace the breadth of the engineering professions from materials and manufacturing through to robotics to telecommunications and systems and control of massively complex networks.

Our undergraduate students study what is known as 'Systems Engineering'. This interdisciplinary approach to engineering is unique in Australia. Students learn the theory and practice of engineering in a very holistic way through a wide variety of courses. Graduate coursework and graduate research students are offered subjects and training for their future research and industry careers.

Our research covers a broad range of areas in engineering including: computer vision, materials and manufacturing, robotics, semiconductor, photovoltaic, solar thermal energy and solar cell technologies, systems and control, and telecommunications and signal processing.

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Associate Professor Chris Johnson
Associate Professor Chris Johnson

We are a vibrant mix of scholars in engineering and computing, supported by highly skilled professional staff. We have an excellent staff to student ratio, state-of-the-art facilities, and a welcoming campus environment. Check our job opportunities.

ANU is situated in Canberra that was purpose built to take advantage of the surrounding mountains, and is in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia. Often known as the 'Bush Capital' the city has a multicultural population of around 350,000, enjoys four seasons, is free of pollution and heavy traffic, and is an ideal environment in which to live, study and work.

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