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06
Aug
2019

Divergent thinking key to mastering AI

Students in the 3Ai Masters program are exploring how to take artificial intelligence (Ai) safely to scale.   So where do you start to tackle a topic so large?   Part of the approach is to make sure we are asking the right...

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23
May
2019

Botswana International University of Science and Technology visits ANU

The Vice Chancellor of Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST) visited ANU on Wednesday, 22 May. BIUST has a good relationship with ANU Center for Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) which has been...

05
Apr
2019

CECS Partner University visit: Shandong University, Weihai, China

A delegation led by Johan Arnberg visited the Shandong University at Weihai (SDUW). The university is one of the major universities of advanced level in China developed through Project 211 and Project 985 under the Ministry of Education...

Attendees of the Hanna Neumann building opening
02
Apr
2019

Mathematician's legacy continues with official building opening

The Hanna Neumann building was officially opened in a ceremony held on Monday 25 March.

Map of global potential locations for pumped-hydro energy storage
01
Apr
2019

ANU Engineers sink the pumped-hydro energy problem

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Researchers have completed a global audit of 530,000 potential locations for pumped-hydro energy storage that can be used to support low-cost, secure, renewable electricity grids.

The College has excelled in he Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2018 assessment
28
Mar
2019

College excels in research rankings

The College of Engineering and Computer Science has received outstanding results in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2018 assessment, conducted by the Australian Research Council (ARC).

engineering circuit
27
Mar
2019

Changes to Undergraduate Engineering

You might have heard that over the next 5 years the Undergraduate Engineering programs are getting a facelift. The changes will affect the two undergraduate Engineering degrees currently offered by ANU –the Bachelor of...

26
Mar
2019

ANU visit to City University, Hong Kong

Professor Ian Petersen, Director of the Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering, visited the City University (CityU...

Charles-Alexis Asselineau and Juan Felipe Torres
15
Mar
2019

CECS funding scheme to light the way into industry for solar researchers

Two researchers, Juan Felipe Torres and Charles-Alexis Asselineau, have been awarded grants through the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science’s ...

15
Mar
2019

International students networking dinner

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) organised a dinner party for exchange students and students from international partner universities.

ANU Researchers Dr Matthew Stocks, Professor Andrew Blakers and Bin Lu
11
Feb
2019

Australia found to be world champion of renewables

New findings from the ANU Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering shows that Australia is leading the world in the adoption of renewable energy.

Sunset over rice fields South East Asia
06
Feb
2019

Humanitarian focus: New Engineering Minor at ANU

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is now offering students a minor in Humanitarian Engineering. The program commences for study in 2019.

Matilda on campus
31
Jan
2019

A student's guide to a successful O-Week

Third year student Matilda Dowse shares her top 10 tips and tricks for your first Orientation Week.

25
Jan
2019

ANU engineering school to continue proud traditions under new name

Renaming signals the acceleration of initiatives that will see the College transform its engineering disciplines for the future.

Dr Prasanga Samarasinghe
24
Jan
2019

ANU research engineer receives Fulbright Future Scholarship

Research Engineer Dr Prasanga Samarasinghe and recent graduate Hugh Johnson receive prestigious Fullbright scholarships.

Dr Hieu Nguyen
18
Jan
2019

Say ‘bye bye’ to faulty mobile phones and solar cells

Faulty mobile phones and solar cells could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a ground-breaking invention developed at the Australian National University.

20
Dec
2018

Graduation reflection

Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) graduate, Ellen Lynch, looks back at her time at the Australian National University (ANU).

Graduation ceremony
14
Dec
2018

Closing the year with success: Graduation highlights

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) celebrated their December 2018 graduates at an after-ceremony gathering.

Researchers
07
Dec
2018

Success for ANU researchers in 2019 ARC funding round

ANU researchers have received nearly $40 million in funding from the Australian Research Council.

ANU Engineering students Jordan Smith and Veekshith Kurapati
22
Oct
2018

Workforce-ready skills on display at engineering showcase

The engineering student showcase highlights the diversity of capstone and individual research projects undertaken at ANU.

Cell Research with pipette and vials
15
Oct
2018

Sugar, a “sweet” tool to understand brain injuries

Australian researchers develop new technology which could prove crucial in treating brain injuries and have multiple other applications, including testing the success of cancer therapies.

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