The Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Proud traditions of innovation and leadership in education and research

 

What we do

Our ambition is to make a transformational impact on our region, and the world.

Latest news

  • Microsoft’s ‘mixed’ reality

    Microsoft’s ‘mixed’ reality
    24/08/2015

    Ever wondered what it would be like to have an elephant in your living room? Or a functioning model of the human body?

  • The gift that Gus gave

    The gift that Gus gave
    21/08/2015

    Last year, sadly, our dear friend and colleague, R.J. 'Gus' Wiles passed away. Recently, we were notified that Gus had one final gift for the School, a bequest of $50,000 to the Gus Wiles Scholarship Fund.

  • Launching Australia into space

    Launching Australia into space
    10/08/2015

    Launching satellites into space could soon be easier and cheaper than ever before, thanks to research at The University of Queensland.

Upcoming Events

UQ Global Leadership Series: Fossil Fuel Divestment Debate

Alumni, Industry
5.30pm for 5.45pm start. Concludes 8.00pm
BDO, Perth

WE Explore Day

High School Students
8:45am - 2:30pm
Emmanuel College, UQ

EAIT 'Leaders of Influence' Alumni Talk Series

Alumni, Community, Industry
12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Customs House


More news and events

Create change

Creative problem solving - through great science, engineering and design - means faculties like ours have an increasingly vital role to play in the world's future.

  • Safer mines and saving lives: GroundProbe
    David Noon (PhD 1995, BE 1991)

    Safer mines and saving lives: GroundProbe. Source: https://twitter.com/groundprobetm
  • Home grown MRI Technology saving lives around the world
    Professor Stuart Crozier (DEng 2002, PhD 1991)

    Home grown MRI Technology saving lives around the world - Professor Stuart Crozier. Source: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/248735.php
  • Improved physiotherapy for children with cystic fibrosis
    Elliot Smith (BE 2012)

  • Needle free vaccine technology
    Inventor, Professor Mark Kendall (PhD 1993, BE 1990)

    Nanopatch - Inventor, Professor Mark Kendall. Source: Rolex Awards/Julian Kingma
  • The world's first flight-test of supersonic combustion in July 2002 raised the possibility of Sydney-to-London flights in two hours and greater efficiencies in the launch of small space payloads

    Scramjet
  • Our architecture researchers utilise new technologies for gathering, analysing and visualising data