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Fukushima: The Facts and the Fallout
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Fukushima: The Facts and the Fallout

An audio file is now available to listen to “Fukushima: the Facts and the Fallout”. Hear our experts in nuclear, chemical and structural engineering discuss the truth and misconceptions behind the nuclear crisis in Fukushima.

Recent MSE paper successes
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Recent MSE paper successes

MSE researchers from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering have received an award for most cited article 2005-2010, researchers from Electrical and Electronic Engineering have a popular article in IEEE Xplore and researchers from Computer Science and Software Engineering have the mostly highly cited FGCS paper.

Earthquake Reconnaissance and Building Assessment in Christchurch
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Earthquake Reconnaissance and Building Assessment in Christchurch

Dr Helen Goldsworthy, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, has recently returned from Christchurch, where she was representing the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society (AEES) on a reconnaissance trip.

Averting disaster: why we shouldn’t build on Australian floodplains
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Averting disaster: why we shouldn’t build on Australian floodplains

Associate Professor Andrew Western, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, has written a commentary for the Conversation about how we may better predict flood events and assess risk.

Sir L. Ronald East Student Prize goes to MSE graduate
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Sir L. Ronald East Student Prize goes to MSE graduate

Congratulations to recent environmental engineering graduate Alice Tyson, who has won the Sir L. Ronald East Student Prize.

Department of Infrastructure Engineering is on the map
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Department of Infrastructure Engineering is on the map

Mahsa Ghasemi, student in the Master of Spatial Information Science, has put the “Department of Infrastructure Engineering” on the map, using Openstreetmap.