Each year we send our top students in engineering across the globe to put their skills to the test on real projects as part of the Engineering Sydney Industry Placement Scholarship.
Professor Fariba Dehghani has received the highly prestigious Chemical Engineering Research Excellence award at this year’s Chemeca Conference.
We are saddened by news of the passing of Emeritus Professor Rudolf Prince (2 August 1928 – 3 July 2017). For more than five decades Professor Prince had been a leader, colleague and friend of the Faculty of Engineering and IT.
Implementing new infrastructure projects, overseeing change within an organisation or managing disaster relief – a career in project management puts you in the driver’s seat within virtually any industry.
One family’s 12 decade-long association with the University of Sydney recently added another significant chapter, symbolised by a single mortar being flung into the air.
Combining their passions for science and engineering, three University of Sydney Alumni are using marine robotic technology to help industry reach some of their most challenging and inaccessible underwater locations.
What can an engineering graduate expect in their first few years after university? We caught up with four young alumni from different disciplines to see where their studies have taken them.
Launched by University of Sydney alumnus, Mark Bishop in 2009, Ocular Robotics is one of Australia’s leading robotics companies revolutionising the capabilities and applications of robotic sensors and 3D mapping.
Learn how at 22 years of age, this computer science student started a digital marketing agency from his living room.
Daniel Wilson was named one of Engineers Australia's Top 50 Innovators last year after creating the world’s first autonomous mid-air docking between drones. He is now working in San Francisco as the CEO of OCI Technologies.