Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

The father of fuzzing says hackers shouldn’t get a free ride

Cyber security industry hero and pioneer Professor Barton Miller will visit UQ this week to deliver a special workshop, shining a light on the latest cyber security practices and tools.

Bring on faster internet: device packs more into optical fibre

A research team has developed a light beam device that could lead to faster internet, clearer images of space and more detailed medical imaging.

Girls cracking careers in computer science

It was a love for cracking the code and solving complex problems that led University of Queensland alumnus Kim Eupene to a successful digital career.

Climate change sparking ‘humanitarian crisis’ in Solomon Islands

Dr Simon Albert talked to 60 Minutes about the impacts of climate change on the natural world, as well as on society.

Build it, they will come: the pavilion frenzy

Spectacular architectural pavilions are big crowd-pleasers, but critics claim they’re running out of control. UQ Architecture's Professor John Macarthur weighs in with habitusliving.com

UQ connects students to a transforming industry

Thirty of Brisbane’s best teen-aged STEM minds will experience life as an engineer for a day, walking the same halls as successful industry greats.

Centre aims to find value in food waste

A new national program to transform food waste into valuable products is being led by a University of Queensland researcher.

Students encouraged to explore the world through the Endeavour Leadership Program

Government funding that supports global experiences for emerging Australian leaders has enabled 23 UQ students to travel to Hong Kong and China in 2018 and 2019.

International speakers set to delight Brisbane architecture and design community

UQ Architecture, in partnership with the State Library of Queensland (SLQ), is proud to announce the 2019 line-up of UQ International Architecture Lecture Series speakers.

Floating homes, parks, facilities - a reality in Singapore that's closer than you think?

Urban life on floating structures at sea is no longer something just to be found in science fiction, with experts estimating that large scale platforms could be a reality in less than a decade. Professor CM Wang talks to Channel News Asia.

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