The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is home to a range of world-class facilities used for research and teaching.
The ANU Generation II Big Dish solar concentrator is the world’s largest paraboloidal dish solar concentrator, with 489 m2 of mirror aperture area.
ANU is home to Gadi, a high-powered supercomputer at the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) that is used by researchers across the University and country.
The ANU MakerSpace is an area accessible to all our staff and students to experiment, investigate, prototype and solve problems.
Learn more about the Nanotechnology Research Lab
Robotics and drones
We conduct fundamental research for unmanned vehicle technologies, particularly aerial robots.
A new high-flux solar simulator for high-temperature solar thermal and thermochemical research has been designed at the Australian National University.
Tour the engineering facilities at ANU
Take a virtual tour of the engineering facilities, and equipment at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science. Our School of Engineering has exceptional teaching and learning environments. Walk through and discover our solar simulator, nano and biotech labs 3D printing lab the ANU Engineering Makerspace and the 21st century learning spaces in the Birch building.
360 tour of our College
At the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, you will have the opportunity to join an exceptional teaching and learning environment, offering some of the best engineering and computer science programs in the world.
Walk through and discover:
- our solar simulator, nano and biotech labs
- 3D printing lab
- the ANU Engineering Makerspace
- the 3A Institute
- the Hanna Neumann Building
- GADI, Australia’s fastest supercomputer.
NOTE: This is a 360 tour. Make sure you use your mouse to move the screen around to see everything.
Experience our world-class campus for yourself! ANU offers guided tours of our campus (subject to availablity). For more information and to book a tour, visit Future student campus tours.
You can also check out our virtual tours around our teaching spaces, study areas, cafes, sporting facilities, learning centres and student residences.
Discover what it’s like to live in accommodation at ANU.