Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Digital tech is the future, but a new report shows Australia risks being left in the past

Digital technologies are now at the heart of our everyday lives, as anyone who has swapped their office for a videoconferencing screen, or downloaded a contact-tracing app, knows only too well.

Chemical Engineering researcher wins prestigious ARC Future Fellowship

Congratulations to School of Chemical Engineering researcher, Dr Jingwei Hou for receiving a prestigious ARC Future Fellowship award.

EAIT researchers nominated for Women in Technology award

Not one but two from the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology’s best and brightest female researchers have been nominated as finalists for the 2021 Women in Technology Award.

UQ Civil Engineering alumnus supports remote students with a passion for STEM

Growing up in Mt Isa in Western Queensland, MineGeoTech founder and The University of Queensland Civil Engineering alumnus Dr John Player’s ties to the outback and mining sector are lifelong, but it was his first year of study away from the support of his local community that prompted him to fund a scholarship to encourage and support STEM students from remote areas.

How to make the most of UQ Open Day

Join us for our biggest event of the year, UQ Open Day, to meet lecturers and academics, receive study and admissions advice and learn more about what life at UQ is really like.

Net zero by 2050? This is how

UQ and Princeton University professor shares the impact of a new plan to decarbonise the US

Branson vs Bezos: as the billionaires get ready to blast into space, who’s got the better plan?

Over the next fortnight, Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos and Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson will take off into space, because they can, on spaceships designed by their respective companies.

Something to tweet about | Visualising AI

Introducing Rockatoo. A socially intelligent ‘Mall Bot’ artfully answering the call for a new AI narrative ‘for good’.

New experimental chamber pathway to ground-breaking discoveries

It’s not easy to predict how rock will fracture when exposed to a blast hundreds of metres below the earth’s surface, but a piece of experimental equipment will take away the guess work for The University of Queensland’s blasting and fragmentation technology team.

Net Zero Australia study launches

A two-year collaboration has begun to analyse how Australia can achieve a net zero economy by 2050.

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