News 07/2016

News 07/2016

Andy Bull
25
Jul
2016

College alumni added to innovative engineers list

College alumni Andy Bull and Michael Roberts have been recognised as two of the most innovative engineers in Australia. Michael Roberts, a colleague of Mr Bull at Nova Systems, has pioneered the development of an off­-road...

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Brian Anderson and Elanor Huntington
22
Jul
2016

Building named to honour Brian Anderson

ANU has recognised the career of Distinguished Engineering Professor Brian Anderson’s by naming a building in his honour. Professor Anderson joined ANU in 1981. In July this year he retired and joined the Emeritus faculty....

A group of five engineering students
15
Jul
2016

Enabled Futures

Singapore. A vibrant and culturally diverse country that we were fortunate enough to experience as part of an ANU study tour.  The tour, an initiative of the Australian Government’s...

Peter Marshall
15
Jul
2016

ANU graduate’s job search leads to Google

Peter Marshall, who graduated from a Bachelor of Software Engineering at ANU, is heading to live and work in Munich after his job search led him to Google. Peter's industry experience while he was an undergraduate helped him land...

Salman Durrani
13
Jul
2016

Breakthrough in powering wireless sensors

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are a step closer to harvesting renewable or ambient energy from mobile phone base stations to power battery-operated wireless sensors used in industries including health and...

Graeme and Louise Tuckwell
12
Jul
2016

Philanthropy record for ANU scholarship program

Philanthropists Graham and Louise Tuckwell have announced Australia's largest personal philanthropic contribution to a university, worth about $200 million over 30 years, to fund a major expansion of the prized Tuckwell Scholarship...

06
Jul
2016

Celebrating NAIDOC Week at ANU

The ANU community will celebrate NAIDOC Week when students return to campus with a range of activities for everyone. NAIDOC Week is not only for Indigenous communities, but welcomes everyone to come together to help celebrate the...

Steve Blackburn and Xi Yang
05
Jul
2016

Major energy savings when computers learn to share

Computer scientists have developed a tweak for computer operating systems that could make large data centres 25 per cent more efficient by sharing their processing power. Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU)...

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