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

    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

    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

    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:
  • 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:
  • 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

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