Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology provides students with practical and industry-focused programs in a world class university at the forefront of science, technology and innovation.
Our students benefit from expert lecturers who are at the leading edge of research as well as our strong links with industry. Our Industry Based Learning program has been operating for 50 years, the longest running program of its kind in Australia.
Applications Close : 7 Nov 2014
Full-time, fixed-term position to January 2018,
conducting research on involve research into the impacts of the ARC BioReactor on its participants.
Applications Close : 2 Dec 2014
Full-time, fixed-term position to May 2018,
be the key participant in an international collaboration to study the circumgalactic medium using quasar absorption-line systems.
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- The role of hydrogen in the evolution of galaxies
6:30pm, 7 Nov ATC 101
how astronomers use observations of hydrogen gas to determine the history, and predict the future, of galaxies in the universe
- Student’s Preferences in Learning Calculus
3pm, 11 Nov ATC 205
Driverless vehicles will be coming to a city near you, driverless vehicles will help to ease the burden of getting around
- CSI Symposium – Innovations in Structural Dynamics
24 November, ATC101
This symposium and workshop will address recent innovations in construction
- PDE Graduate Exhibition
2nd to 4th Dec 3rd floor, AMDC
36 students exhibititing their professional project outcomes, created in collaboration with industry partners
- A Tour of the Universe, and selected Cosmic mysteries
6:30pm, 5 Dec ATC 101
Dr Katie Mack DECRA Fellow, University of Melbourne
- Industry Open Day
4 - 7:30 pm, 2 Dec
Drive your business forward, the key themes for the day are technology for productivity and innovation, developing your workforce and growing your market by maximising your impact.
- High Temperature Processing Symposium
2nd-3rd Feb 2015
The symposium fosters communication among researchers and practitioners in High Temperature Processing techniques