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Latest News & Events

2014 QS Ranking
19 September 2014

UNSW Engineering has climbed six places to rank 27 in the QS World University Rankings thanks to excellence in academic and employer reputation and strong... read more

Robotic Couch
17 September 2014

It’s an innovation that adds a whole new dimension to the term “couch surfing”. 

A team of UNSW engineering students has created a robotic couch that can move in any direction and be controlled using an Xbox gamepad.

Toan and Torsten Promotion
16 September 2014

Dr Toan Phung  and Dr Torsten Lehmann have been promoted to Associate Professor. This is a great achievement and tribute to their research and teaching contributions.

2 October 2014
10.00am to 11.30am

Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You

Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You

A/Prof Andrea Morello presents you the first episode in this series of "Bird Navigation and Its Connection to Quantum Mechanics".

Quantum Electronics and Quantum Computing

Landmark in quantum computing

Quantum electronic devices and quantum computing

The computer industry already sells microchips containing transistors as small as 22 nm – that’s about 50 atoms across. At that scale, the laws of Quantum Mechanics start to apply, and require a profound re-thinking of how to engineer new devices.

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EET Alumnus Rami Banna

Wearable Technology: Rami Banna at TEDxLondonBusinessSchool 2014

EE&T alumnus Rami Banna recently spoken at a TEDx event in London on Wearable Technology. His talk received a huge amounts of global attention. Rami worked at Cochlear for many years and is now halfway through his MBA at London Business School. 

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