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.
Autodesk, an international software design company, and the University of Melbourne have inked a partnership to provide students, staff and researchers with campus-wide access to the design software leader’s full 3D product portfolio.
Dr Andrew Zalesky has been selected as a 2014 Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award winner for outstanding research and science communication.
University of Melbourne PhD students Sarah Erfani and Lida Rashidi are designing a better way to get around our city’s streets. By using a load-balancing tool to predict congestion, Sarah and her team are creating an app that helps drivers find real-time shortcuts.
Ada Lovelace Day challenges the gender gap between men and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), by encouraging people to talk about the female heroes of these disciplines. If you’re inspired to strengthen Ada’s legacy, there a number of ways women can get involved in engineering and IT across campus.