Cleaner, greener 5G wireless networks and a revolutionary method for targeting the delivery of drugs to diseased cells are just some of the major engineering and IT industry partnership projects that have been greenlit at the University of Melbourne thanks to the Australian Research Council’s Linkage grants for 2015.
Articles written by: Greta Harrison
Dean of Engineering, Professor Iven Mareels and Centre for Neural Engineering Director, Professor Stan Skafidas have been named in Engineers Australia’s Top 100 Most Influential Engineers for 2015.
If you’re thinking about graduate study in IT, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading institution for Engineering and Technology. The University of Melbourne is ranked number 1 in Australia and number 13 in the world for Computer Science and Information Systems, according to the QS World University Rankings by subject for 2015.
Melbourne School of Engineering alumnus, Michael Li, is one of only eight Australians to be selected for the prestigious 2015 Gates Cambridge Scholarships.
Eight student and alumni entrepreneurial teams have been given a headstart in the competitive global startup world thanks to The Melbourne Accelerator Program’s 2015 Fellowships.
PhD student in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, Tilak Pokharel, will return to his home country of Nepal this week to aid in relief efforts in the wake of last month’s devastating earthquake.