The Warren Centre was established in 1982 following public fundraising, coinciding with the centenary of Engineering at the University.
The objective of the Centre, as established in that appeal, was to promote excellence and innovation in engineering and greater co-operation between the Faculty, industry and government.
The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering was up until 2020 an ASIC registered controlled entity; it has now transitioned back with the the Faculty of Engineering.
The Warren Centre aims to promote excellence and innovation in engineering and to promote collaboration between the Faculty, industry and government. Its objectives include to:
Our annual Warren Centre Innovation Lecture provides a platform for leading engineering and computer science researchers to share their stories of discovery to the industry community.
Our latest event featured Andrew Liveris AO, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Dow Chemical Company and former Executive Chairman of DowDuPont. Learn about Andrew's views on innovation in manufacturing research and the future of the Australian manufacturing landscape.
You can also watch the 2020 Innovation Lecture, featuring Professor Hala Zreiqat AM, a biomedical engineer within the Faculty of Engineering and Director of the ARC Centre for Innovative BioEngineering.
Explore how industries today are having to transform due to the accelerating digitisation of devices and processes, particularly in the energy industry.
This forum event featured leading experts from the Faculty of Engineering, Nokia and AGL, and was proudly presented by Nokia.
A Digital Energy Systems paper was released to coincide with this event.