Articles written by: Jennifer Thomas

Internet of Things and Smart Cities Public Lecture
Events

Internet of Things and Smart Cities Public Lecture

Marc Jadoul, Strategic Marketing Director of Customer and Market Insight at Alcatel-Lucent, will deliver a public lecture on IoT and Smart Cities at the University of Melbourne on Monday October 12 at 5.30 pm in the Brown Theatre, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building (No 193), Parkville campus.

Pitched battle for 3MT success
News

Pitched battle for 3MT success

Congratulations to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering PhD candidate Steven Harris Wibowo, who competed today in the University of Melbourne’s 2015 Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) with his three minute research pitch, ‘Can Spiders Save Soldiers?”

The Technical Advance: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures
Events

The Technical Advance: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

Join Dean of Engineering Professor Iven Mareels and a panel of experts as they discuss the demands WWI put on the scientific community with Maxine McKew.

Explaining the fundamentals to create efficient networks
News / Research

Explaining the fundamentals to create efficient networks

After more than 20 years of research into the Steiner tree problem and related topics in network optimisation, Associate Professor Marcus Brazil, from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has written a comprehensive book on this area, with his colleague, Professor Martin Zachariasen, from the University of Copenhagen.

Video honours 2015 Russ Prize for cochlear implant technology
News

Video honours 2015 Russ Prize for cochlear implant technology

Ohio University’s College of Engineering and Technology have produced a video that honours the achievements of the 2015 Russ Prize recipients for their work in cochlear implant technology.

IE students score prestigous water engineering prize
News for Students

IE students score prestigous water engineering prize

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.