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Dr Steve Lee
16
Sep
2020

How to train a machine to see 3D in the dark

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have developed a new way to create an almost perfect hologram in near darkness. Optical holograms are a clever way of producing a 3D image of an object. They have a number...

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The 150 MW Hornsdale Power Reserve. Photo credit: Neoen
16
Sep
2020

The power of battery storage recharged with cash splash

Research to better unlock the potential of battery technologies has been given a vital funding boost as part of the latest round of the Australian Capital Territory's renewable energy reverse auction. The work, led by the ANU...

3A Institute learning
11
Sep
2020

3Ai shortlisted in the AFR Higher Education Awards

The 3A Institute’s shortlisting in the AFR Higher Education Awards reinforces its commitment to creating research-led learning experiences

Engineering at ANU
04
Sep
2020

Proposed changes to engineering programs from 2021

The Research School of Electrical, Energy, and Materials Engineering (RSEEME) at The Australian National University (ANU), are proposing some changes to our education offerings.

Weather science radar
03
Sep
2020

New weather code with a sunny forecast

It’s National Science Week. This year’s theme is Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans, and we are showcasing some of the exciting research happening at the College in this field.  ...

H20 Health
21
Aug
2020

New water monitoring device is making waves

It’s National Science Week. This year’s theme is Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans, and we are showcasing some of the exciting research happening at the College in this field.   ...

13
Aug
2020

How we're celebrating National Science Week 2020

It's National Science Week from 15-23 August 2020 The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to celebrate National Science Week. National...

10
Aug
2020

Radical, responsive, inclusive: experiments in education at 3Ai and around the world

Ellen Broad is a Senior Fellow at the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3Ai). She joined 3Ai in mid-October 2019, and watched the Master students demonstrate...

Dr Kiara Bruggeman
31
Jul
2020

ANU stem cell researcher joins ABC TOP 5

Biomedical engineer at The Australian National University (ANU), Dr Kiara Bruggeman, has been announced as an ABC TOP 5 Science 2020 recipient. Getting complicated scientific concepts to be well understood by a broader audience...

CECS colouring book
30
Jul
2020

Celebrate National Colouring Book Day the CECS way

Celebrate National Colouring Book Day the CECS way National Colouring Book Day on 2 August recognises the joy that children and adults alike receive from colouring in pages of designs. At the ANU College of Engineering...

15
Jul
2020

New organic material unlocks faster and more flexible electronic devices

Mobile phones and other electronic devices made from an organic material that is thin, bendable and more powerful are now a step closer thanks to new research led by scientists at The Australian University (ANU).   Lead...

08
Jul
2020

Owners of electric vehicles to be paid to plug into the grid to help avoid blackouts

By Dr Bjorn Sturmburg Electric vehicles can help keep the air clean in our cities – as ...

08
Jul
2020

Electric vehicle fleets set to be on-call to backup the grid

A team from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science will lead research into how electric vehicles (EVs) can support our energy grids. The EVs will act to prevent blackouts and the...

01
Jul
2020

Massive investment in cyber policy a welcome move, says ANU expert

One of Australia's leading cyber experts, Professor Lesley Seebeck, has welcomed the Government's largest ever investment in cyber security. The Government has announced $1.35 billion over the next decade as part of the Cyber...

Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell and Professor Elanor Huntington
16
Jun
2020

College leaders selected for international AI taskforce

Two leading experts from The Australian National University (ANU) have been nominated for an international taskforce to build an ethical framework on artificial intelligence (AI).

12
Jun
2020

Japanese students experience engineering at ANU

Over four weeks in February, we welcomed 19 students from the University of Tokyo, Japan, who enjoyed a typical The Australian National University (ANU) student experience. The group of engineering students visited as part of the...

22
May
2020

Taking charge: Deputy Dean announced as Fellow in electrochemistry

The Australian National University (ANU) engineer Professor Nick Birbilis has been named a Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of electrochemistry...

21
May
2020

Ready to respawn: alumni launch new game

Smash hit smartphone games like Pokemon Go, Candy Crush, Angry Birds, and Fortnite have taken the world by storm. It’s no surprise that mobile games account for 43% of smartphone use. Two alumni from the ANU College of...

20
May
2020

New affiliation reaffirms university’s commitment to diversity

We are proud to announce that The Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Computer Science has been named an affiliate school of the ...

Build your own CECS robot
15
May
2020

Build your own CECS robot

Running out of things to do in isolation? Why not build a robot! The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science has been busy thinking of ways that we can virtually connect with the community during this time.   We...

16
Apr
2020

Tropical beaches to tutorials: how a scholarship can be the ticket to higher education

Though she didn’t know it at the time, Sarah’s interest in engineering began as a child. She had a love of science, exploring ideas, and making structures and inventions in the backyard. After discovering what engineering was...

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