Students awarded second place in university-wide Microsoft Coding Competition
Alex Vedernikov and Yaguang Tao, both PhD students in Geomatics, finished second among 31 teams participating in the university-wide Microsoft College Coding Competition on March 20. Congratulations to the two!
Dean of the Melbourne School of Engineering, Professor Iven Mareels recently spoke with Fiona Parker from ABC Radio Victoria about smarter water management in regional Australia.
22 April 2015
Congratulations to Danial Nordinson and Matt Oka, Master of Engineering students from the University of Melbourne’s Department of Infrastructure Engineering, who have received the 2015 Ronald L. East Prize for best project in water engineering from Engineers Australia’s Victoria Division.
10 April 2015
Whether you are interested in a professional qualification, upskilling, or changing study areas, the Melbourne School of Engineering's masters level courses will give you a competitive edge. Join us at our Graduate Engineering & IT information evening.
30 March 2015
For the second year in a row, Dr Tuan Ngo and his research team, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, have received a Defence Capability Improvement Award, in national recognition of the work they have done in creating new protective and light-weight materials to enhance the safety of military vehicles.
30 March 2015
Ivan Lim is the co-founder of designer furniture company Brosa, one of the startups selected for the 2014 Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP). In this guest post he discusses his experience taking part in MAP, and why you should apply.
9 March 2015
Professor Anne Steinemann, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, has discovered that common consumer products, including those marketed as ‘green', 'all-natural', 'non-toxic', and ‘organic’, emit a range of compounds that could harm human health and air quality.
4 March 2015
The excellence of water research conducted across the Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) and the University of Melbourne is well established. Now the breadth of expertise and capacity to tackle major water challenges with industry, government and communities is being demonstrated as well.
2 March 2015
The long-term impacts of climate change on water security in India and Australia are expected to be significant, in particular, on the hydrologic behaviour of water catchments.
27 February 2015
The 2015 Graeme Clark Oration will be delivered by Nobel Prize winner and one of the world’s most influential scientists, Sir Paul Nurse on Tuesday 10 March 2015.
20 February 2015
Despite the vital role STEM is set to play in our future, there is a continual decline in tertiary participation in key STEM subjects.Victorian Lead Scientist Leonie Walsh explores this complex issue in her public lecture, 'STEM Education: Underpinning our Innovation System'.
19 February 2015