Associate Professor Marta Yebra and Dr Andrew Tridgell are testing a system that will pinpoint lighting strikes and dispatch drones to investigate possible bushfires.
When humans start bushfires, intentionally or not, the fires tend to be near other humans and are reported quickly. Not so fires that begin deep in the bush.
Louise Bardwell with her parents, Susie and Alan, on graduation day, 15 July, 2022.
“Engineering is not just putting up bridges or wiring circuits,” explained Louise Bardwell after teaching a hands-on engineering workshop for high school girls visiting ANU.
"Hanna has completely reshaped engagement and impact within the College, and the University more broadly. Fostering a culture of altruistic, future focused research partnerships and outcomes."
Members of ANU Rocketry brought their latest rocket, Halo, to help greet new starters on the first day of Orientation Week.
Today, new starters at the ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science (CECS) enjoyed lunch in the newly refurbished Hanna Neumann Building courtyard, where student-led organisations set up stalls — and in one case, a rocket capabl
Thien Truong, PhD was one of 225 graduates of the ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science to participate in the 15 July, 2022 Conferring of Awards ceremony.
Graduates of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science gathered at Llewellyn Hall on 15 July to receive diplomas, celebrate achievements, and begin new chapters of their lives.
Feiyue Tao was awarded the Postgraduate Medal for Academic Excellence.
Congratulations to medal winners Feiyue Tao, who has been awarded the Postgraduate Medal for Academic Excellence, and Edmund Hofflin, who is the University Medal winner for undergraduate studies.
TechLauncher industry partner Serina Bird.
When Serina Bird signed up to be an industry partner in the ANU TechLauncher program, she was in the process of realising an ambition to build an online shopping community where people of all shapes and sizes could sell and buy second-ha
Dr Bjorn Sturmberg. Image: Jamie Kidston/ANU
Electric vehicles can handle the distances required to travel to essential services in remote and regional Australia, a new study from The Australian National University has shown.
Computational social science: As a step toward endowing artificial intelligence with moral reasoning capabilities, Josh Nguyen and a team of ANU experts analysed 100,000 threads from the popular web forum Reddit.
Should we sacrifice the life of one person to save the lives of five others?