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Humanitarian Engineering’s first graduates
24
Sep
2021

Humanitarian Engineering: introducing the first cohort

When Hayley Yates and Jack Hill receive their diplomas at the end of Semester 2, 2021, they will be among the first to do so with a minor in Humanitarian...

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11
Jul
2019

LGBTSTEM Afternoon Tea

Friday 5 July marked the second International Day of LGBTIQ+ People in STEM. The College hosted an afternoon to celebrate inclusion in STEM and improve support and visibility for the...

Grace Hopper
10
Jul
2019

Inventing IT: The life and times of Grace Hopper

It’s 1947 - Harry S. Truman is US president, Frank Sinatra is the nation’s heartthrob, the Chevrolet Fleetline is the coolest car around, and a loaf of bread costs 13 cents. Grace Hopper is a Research Fellow at Harvard University...

City University of Hong Kong
09
Jul
2019

City University of Hong Kong visits ANU

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) welcomed a delegation led by Professor Robert Li from City...

Singapore Hackathon participants
05
Jul
2019

Students are working together to improve health – one beer at a time

Imagine this: you’re on a night out with friends, enjoying a couple of drinks at the local bar. Your friend offers you another drink – but you have to drive home. Instead of guessing, and making a potentially fatal mistake, you just...

27
Jun
2019

Girls GET Set for a career in Technology

On Tuesday 25 June, over 60 girls in years 7 - 10 flocked to campus to learn about careers in Engineering and Technology. The Girls in Engineering and Technology program (GET Set) is an outreach event run by the ANU College of...

gg-bridge
25
Jun
2019

Learning how to ‘start-up’ a career in Silicon Valley

Computer Science student Jay Hansen talks about his experience travelling to San Fransicso.  I never thought I’d get to go to Silicon Valley. But as part of my ANU degree, I got to go on a whirlwind adventure...

14
Jun
2019

ANU TechLauncher students showcase technology to build a better world

ANU TechLauncher students never cease to amaze when showing the extent to which we can use technology to make our lives and community better. The May 2019 cohort was no different, with projects ranging from health and networking apps to...

Kilash Maher Pyrke
07
Jun
2019

Engineering student receives scholarship for solar research

Engineering honours student Kilash Maher Pyrke from the Research School of Engineering and Computer Science has received the prestigious...

Film Fly Experience Australia competition winners
07
Jun
2019

Youtube to University: College hosts video competition winners

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science and the ANU College of Business and Economics hosted a winning team of students from the...

Canberra BiG Day In
04
Jun
2019

College hosts nations future technologists at BiG Day In

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science hosted the Canberra BiG Day In on Thursday 30 May. The BiG Day In events are aimed at secondary and senior school students...

Singapore Hackathon
30
May
2019

Calling all Singaporean Students - Applications extended for Hackathon

Applications now extended for Singapore Hackathon to Monday 10 June 2019. ...

Hult Prize 'Vequal' team
30
May
2019

Students are creating ‘Vequal’ opportunities for girls

Students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science have been working on a social business venture to help improve sanitation, education and employment for girls in Developing Nations. The interdisciplinary team was...


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...

Dr Hieu Nguyen and PhD Candidate Mike Tebyetekerwa
23
May
2019

College researchers demonstrate the potential of ultra-thin 2D materials

Researchers Dr Hieu Nguyen and PhD Candidate Mike Tebyetekerwa from the ANU Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering have been working to revolutionise solar cell technology, through ultra-thin 2D materials....

Ada live on stage
10
May
2019

Ada Lovelace: the computer programming Countess

When you think of the world’s first computer programmer, chances are the image that pops into your head is not the aristocratic daughter of one of the world’s most flamboyant characters of the 19th Century. Augusta Ada King,...

ANU Rocketry Team at AURC
08
May
2019

Shooting for the Moon

The ANU Rocketry team has proven that achieving success in their first ever competition really is rocket science!

03
May
2019

Constructing the future - first Junior University Workshop

The inaugural Junior Univeristy Workshop, hosted by Engineers Without Borders was held on Wednesday 1 May. They are a series of free workshops designed for primary school...

Students having lunch at IKEA
03
May
2019

ANU international program the Allen Key to success

How many Engineering and Computing students does it take to assemble a piece of IKEA furniture? The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science treated some its international partner university students from China and...

29
Apr
2019

India High School Counselor Visit

The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) supported a tour organised by the International...

Minister Zartaj Gul, Minister for Climate Change in Pakistan
26
Apr
2019

Pakistani State Minister visits the College

Ms Zartaj Gul, the Minister of State for Climate Change in the Government of Imran Khan in Pakistan visited the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) for a tour led by Professor Wojceich Lipinski.  ...

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