PhD Candidate Zhiyong Sun has taken out the 'Best Student Paper' as one of three finalists at the recent IEEE conference on Decision and Control (CDC) held in December 2015 in Osaka Japan.
The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is a 12 day residential program for students entering year 12 who are passionate about all things Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (
More than 2,150 students, including more than 600 ACT school-leavers, have received an early offer to study at The Australian National University (ANU) in 2016.
The ACT Government's new $10.8 million funding for a Renewable Energy Innovation Fund will provide great opportunities for ANU to further partner with industry to develop clean energy storage and distribution systems.
By ANDREW THOMSON
When we are not driving, cycling, or walking on it, a road is just a waste of space, right? Not if it is a solar road!
Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science graduate Molly Thomas is excited about where the future will take her.
An engineering graduate with a passion for reaching out to school students has won the University's most prestigious prize for undergraduates, the Tillyard prize.
The price of Photovoltaics modules has drastically decreased during the last decade, however further cost reductions are now increasingly hard.
Dr Hassan Hijazi from the Research School of Computer Science has been recently awarded the 2015 "Rising Star" award from the