A robot that can clean your pool, a portable headpiece to monitor brain activity and a cutting-edge racing vehicle were just some of the ingenious engineering and IT final year projects on display at Endeavour 2014.
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The Melbourne School of Engineering’s unique new Master of Engineering with Business specialisations have now been accredited by Engineers Australia. This accreditation is ratified by the Washington Accord, meaning graduates can work as accredited engineers in the world’s leading economies.
Electrical Engineering PhD student Faezeh Marzbanrad will work with a top research team in the USA, looking at improved methods for evaluating foetal wellbeing, thanks to a prestigious scholarship from the Melbourne School of Engineering.
Electrical Engineering is a cutting edge discipline that could see you on a diverse range of exciting career paths, from taking on Silicon Valley with your own tech startup, to making a difference to the lives of the vision impaired through bionic vision, or developing ultra-broadband wireless and optical communications.
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, the Melbourne School of Engineering invites students and staff to join some of our own engineering & IT academics and researchers for a lunchtime session talking about some of their own female heroes from the STEM disciplines.
The University of Melbourne has maintained its position as the top Australian educational institution for Engineering and Technology, according to the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings.