The University of Melbourne has maintained its position as number 1 in Australia for Engineering and Technology, jumping to 23 in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings by Faculty.
18 September 2014
A device that can transcribe music directly from a guitar is just one of the ingenious student inventions that will be launched at the Endeavour Design Expo, the University of Melbourne's showcase of final year Engineering and IT design projects.
17 September 2014
Every year, Australians produce over 18 million tonnes of waste. But by improving our knowledge of what can be recycled and how we can do it, we can create a positive future for our environment. Addressing recycling in his recent book, Honorary Infrastructure Engineering Professor Markus Reuter has been recognised by the ISWA for his understanding of recycling processes and implications.
16 September 2014
Associate Professor Colin Duffield has been appointed to the new board of Infrastructure Australia, the Federal Government’s independent statutory body with oversight on nationally significant infrastructure projects.
11 September 2014
Principal of ARUP Peter Bowtell will discuss how IT is reshaping the building and construction industry, at the next Melbourne School of Engineering Dean's Lecture, entitled "Building Information Modelling: Opportunities and Challenges for the Building Industry".
25 August 2014
Engineering and IT students at Melbourne benefit from a range of Industry Based Learning and internship initiatives, allowing students to get a foot in the door with leading industry employers.
21 August 2014
Thousands of future students and their families descended on the University of Melbourne this week to find out all about study options in Engineering and IT, as part of the University of Melbourne's Open Day.
20 August 2014
The Melbourne School of Engineering noted with deep respect the recent passing of Associate Professor Harold Richards AM, who was a great friend of the School over many decades.
31 July 2014
The Geothermal Group of the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne has recently completed the installation of a unique shallow geothermal energy experiment on the University Campus in Parkville.
31 July 2014
For the first time in years, engineering Masters students at the University of Melbourne, have had the opportunity to get their hands dirty, while learning more about the consolidation of clayey soils, thanks to the recent refurbishment of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s (MSE) Wet Labs.
25 July 2014