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Latest News & Events

The Scotney Group UNSW alumni
9 June 2015

Top alumni band together to take the cashless payment world by storm.

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1 June 2015

Dr Alessandro Rossi from EE&T has been awarded the 2015 NMI prize for excellence in measurement research.

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31 May 2015

 

EE&T student Suranga Seneviratne has won the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) award for IT Innovation.

5 August 2015
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19 August 2015
4.00pm to 7.00pm

Meet UNSW Vice Chancellor Prof Ian Jacob

Meet Ian Jacobs

UNSW has a new Vice-Chancellor - Professor Ian Jacobs from Manchester, UK. Student Ambassador Ananthan Ambikairajah takes the new boss for a spin on the Robocouch and poses questions about what lies ahead for student life and learning.

Find out more - and learn how you can share your views about the future direction of UNSW.

New world record for silicon quantum computing

New world record for silicon quantum computing

Research teams working in the same laboratories at UNSW Australia have found two different ways to solve a critical challenge and greatly accelerate the realisation of super powerful quantum computers.
Find out more 

Joint EE&T and MME Stratospheric Balloon Launch

Light Balloon Launch 2 (Muswellbrook, NSW, Australia) - Flight footage supercut

The BLUEsat team, mentored by Dr Elias Aboutanios, successfully launched a stratospheric balloon from Muswellbrook and safely recovered its payload, consisting of a control computer, tracking equipment and two GoPro cameras. The balloon rose to a height of 25,000m, and was tracked by using Spot GPS and an APRS tracker, both through the APRS network and through our own receiving station with software developed by the BLUEsat team. This successful mission is a great step towards our goal of building reliable stratospheric balloon launch capabilities to take payloads to an altitude of 35-40km and recover them safely.