Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

The search engine for physical spaces

Since 2017 SPACE Platform has been organising one of the largest unorganised datasets: malls, shops, products and services.

How to get people from Earth to Mars and safely back again

There are many things humanity must overcome before any return journey to Mars is launched.

UQ’s Professor Firuz Zare named 2021 IEEE Fellow

A leading power and energy engineering researcher from The University of Queensland, Professor Firuz Zare has received global recognition, being named a 2021 IEEE Fellow.

Our December 2020 Graduates

Graduation looks a little different for the Class of 2020 at The University of Queensland. COVID-19 has forced the postponement of on-campus graduation ceremonies. Instead, there'll be an online celebration. Here we learn about just a few of the students who have completed their studies in a very challenging year.

UQ and SAS collaborate to train data scientists for a thriving digital economy

The University of Queensland’s collaboration with digital analytics company SAS is providing technology students with the industry skills and connections needed to be successful in the booming field of data science and machine learning.

Physicists create time reversed optical waves

Optics researchers from The University of Queensland (UQ) and Nokia Bell Labs in the US have developed a new technique to demonstrate the time reversal of optical waves, which could transform the fields of advanced biomedical imaging and telecommunications.

From a cattle station to the boundary of space

Myrthe Snoeks was a Dutch backpacker living and working at a cattle station in regional Queensland when she decided she was going to study engineering and arts at UQ.

Pursue your passion, design your life

Andrew Lane is recognised as one of Australia’s few Indigenous architects, but his life journey also includes plenty of other distinctive aspects.

Professor and student duo win industry awards for wastewater research

Professor and Student duo win industry awards for wastewater research

Zero-energy sewage treatment wins industry award

A University of Queensland project developing zero-energy sewage treatment has won a coveted industry research award.

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