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07
Dec
2018

Success for ANU researchers in 2019 ARC funding round

ANU researchers have received nearly $40 million in funding from the Australian Research Council.

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ANU Engineering students Jordan Smith and Veekshith Kurapati
22
Oct
2018

Workforce-ready skills on display at engineering showcase

The engineering student showcase highlights the diversity of capstone and individual research projects undertaken at ANU.

Cell Research with pipette and vials
15
Oct
2018

Sugar, a “sweet” tool to understand brain injuries

Australian researchers develop new technology which could prove crucial in treating brain injuries and have multiple other applications, including testing the success of cancer therapies.

05
Oct
2018

ANU researchers make big strides in noise cancellation

ANU researchers have found a way to cancel out noise providing some much-needed relief to anyone working or living in a noisy environment.

Associate Professor Yuerui Lu and PhD Student Ankur Sharma
05
Oct
2018

Part-organic invention can be used in bendable mobile phones

Engineers at ANU have invented a semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can convert electricity into light.

02
Oct
2018

Engineering a cocoa bean solution

When ANU student Thomas Larkin travels to New Britain, he discovers his research can make a real difference to the local economy.

AMU3MT Winner Ankur Sharma
13
Sep
2018

PhD researcher reveals devices of the future at ANU3MT

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science PhD student, Ankur Sharma, has won the 2018 ANU Three Minute Thesis competition

ANU students (L-R) Jessica Kennedy, Rita Tri, Ellen Lynch, Thomas Larkin, and Nathan Pereira at the Undergraduate Project Presentation Competition.
07
Sep
2018

ANU students shine at engineering undergraduate competition

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science students, Thomas Larkin and Ellen Lynch, have taken out First Prize and the People’s Choice awards respectively at the Young Engineers Australia Undergraduate Project Presentation...

04
Sep
2018

Students experience ANU through CECS Winter Study Tour

For 10 days during August 2018, the Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) played host to 19 international undergraduate students from five different universities in China, as a part of...

13
Aug
2018

Celebrating student achievement

On Wednesday 8 August, the 2018 Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science Scholarship and Prizes Ceremony took place at University House. Deputy Dean, Professor Thushara Abhayapala welcomed...

Bruny Battery Trial Wins Engineers Australia’s Tasmanian Engineering Excellence Award
10
Aug
2018

Bruny Island battery trial wins Engineering Excellence Award

The CONSORT Bruny Island Battery Trial has won the Engineers Australia Tasmanian Engineering Excellence Award, held in Hobart, and now reaches the final of the 2018 Australian...

Dr Prasanga Samarasinghe
03
Aug
2018

Leadership appointment signals strong future for ANU research group

Wondering what the future might sound like? Dr Prasanga Samarasinghe and her team from the Australian National University (ANU) Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing Group is on a mission to find out. Recently appointed as a...

Students enjoy Floating Houses activity
30
Jul
2018

Experience It! Women in Engineering Student Conference

On Saturday 20 July, 120 female high school students attended the Engineers Australia 'Experience It! Women in Engineering Student Conference' in Sydney. The day provided the students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in...

Vi Kie Soo and friends celebrate at the ceremony
13
Jul
2018

Celebrating mid-year graduates of 2018

On Friday 13 July, more than 200 students graduated from the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science. The official conferring of awards ceremony was held at the Australian National University’s iconic Llewellyn Hall....

ANU Graduates Emily Campbell and Claire Honeyman
04
Jul
2018

ANU scholars graduate from prestigious US engineering academy

Australian National University scholars Emily Campbell (Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts) and Claire Honeyman (Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Commerce) have an additional reason to celebrate when they...

Abdullah Fahim
29
Jun
2018

ANU PhD Student to intern at Apple HQ

Abdullah Fahim, a PhD student from the Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Engineering will travel to the United States this weekend to commence a summer internship at Apple Inc. headquarters in California. ...

ANU Student Paige Brown at GETSet Day
29
Jun
2018

Girls GETSet program highlights exciting career options

Female students from years 11 and 12 attended the Australian National University’s Girls in Engineering and Technology program (GETSet) on Thursday 28 July. In its 11th year the program is designed or female students who wish...

Dr Lesley Seebeck
26
Jun
2018

ANU appoints CEO of Cyber Institute

The Australian National University has appointed Dr Lesley Seebeck as the inaugural CEO of its Cyber Institute. Dr Seebeck joins ANU from the Digital Transformation Agency and brings a wealth of experience from the across the...

ANU Lecturer Jeremy Smith
08
Jun
2018

A Human Engineer

I can pinpoint the moment my view of engineering changed. It was December 2005 and I had decided to attend a conference on engineering in developing communities. I did not see a link to my role as a manufacturing systems engineer...

Dr Moshen Rahmani, Associate Professor Antonio Tricoli and Zelio Fusco (pictured left to right). Image Lannon Harley, ANU
07
Jun
2018

New sensors open door to wearable medical diagnostic device

Scientists from ANU have designed tiny optical sensors that open the door to developing a wearable device that allows doctors to medically diagnose people's health in real time. Associate Professor Antonio Tricoli said the...

SciScouts enjoying Imagineering
05
Jun
2018

Joey Scouts and Junior Guides let their imaginations run wild

On Sunday 20 May 2018, a group of over 200 enthusiastic and excited Joey Scouts and Pre-Junior Guides, aged 5-7, gathered at Melrose High School to participate in a half-day Joey Scout Imagineering Challenge hosted by the Scouts ACT...

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