Rosa Rosmery Soto Ruidias, Carina Li, Ho Yan Or, and Natasha Pegler: the only team thus far to escape a computer science "Escape Room" designed by Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes.
An ANU Escape Room aims to teach computational thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration while having a bit of fun.
ANU School of Engineering PhD graduand Chalaka Fernando (far right), sat down with ACT Minister for Transport and City Services Chris Steel MLA (far left), and Professor Matthew Doolan from UNSW (Fernando’s primary supervisor) to discuss his research on how we can reduce the environmental impacts of our daily commute.
Personal transport in Australia is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions with cars and light commercial vehicles making up
Over 3,000 people visited the ANU campus on 3 September, 2022, the first in-person Open Day since before the pandemic.
Biomedical Engineer, Dr Nicolo Malagutti
Each year, more than four million Australians are administered anaesthetic. [i]
The Evolve project team, led by Professor Lachlan Blackhall, at the Engineers Australia Canberra Excellence Project Awards.
Congratulations to the Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program (BSGIP) at The Australian National University (ANU), who along with partner Zepben have recently won this year’s Engineers Australia Canberra Excellence Project Award.
Interim Dean Nick Birbilis presents an award of commendation for Outstanding Team Performance to Natalie Vigliotta, Christie Liu, and Minyue (Petal) Wang for organising the School of Computing's 50th anniversary gala. The top award in this category went to members of the Work Health and Safety Team.
Members of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) community recently joined Interim Dean Nick Birbilis at the Birch Innovation Space to celebrate the winners of the 2022 Dean's Awards for Professional Staff.
Associate Professor Marta Yebra and Dr Andrew Tridgell are testing a system that will pinpoint lighting strikes and dispatch drones to investigate possible bushfires.
When humans start bushfires, intentionally or not, the fires tend to be near other humans and are reported quickly. Not so fires that begin deep in the bush.
Louise Bardwell with her parents, Susie and Alan, on graduation day, 15 July, 2022.
“Engineering is not just putting up bridges or wiring circuits,” explained Louise Bardwell after teaching a hands-on engineering workshop for high school girls visiting The Australian National Univeristy (ANU).
"Hanna has completely reshaped engagement and impact within the College, and the University more broadly. Fostering a culture of altruistic, future focused research partnerships and outcomes."