Mechatronics is an exciting discipline that integrates mechanical, electronic and software engineering, offering graduates a wealth of well-paid career opportunities in fields as diverse as aeronautics, robotics, energy and biomechanics. Mechatronics Engineering is a fast-growing profession, and graduates are in high demand both in Australia and overseas. Mechatronics graduates develop [...]
News for Students
Graduate students from the Department of Computing and Information Systems and The University of
Melbourne IEEE Women in Engineering Student Affinity Group are hosting the International Women’s Hackathon 2013 at the University of Melbourne this weekend.
The Herald Sun has profiled two successful young entrepreneurs and current Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) fellows, Ying Wang from Venuemob and 121cast’s Ed Hooper.
Chemical and biomolecular engineering is an exciting field to be in. It is the key to creating solutions to some of the world’s critical problems in energy, food and water supply, for an ever-increasing population.
The second MAP Public Forum will be a panel discussion about entrepreneurship in Australia, key challenges faced in starting and building a company and how to enhance your chances of success with a venture.