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Dr Elias Aboutanios was successful in securing EUR 300K for a project on High Altitude Balloon-Borne Radar. The project aims to combine our high-altitude platform capabilities with the synthetic aperture...
Dr Arne Laucht (R)with Prof Andrea Morello
Dr Arne Laucht has been appointed as a UNSW Scientia Fellow, the first for School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications
A dedicated team of four EE&T students – Jeremy Bell, Angus Keatinge, Max Fisher, James Wagner – competed in this year's IEEE Signal Processing Society Cup and took out the...

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Launching CubeSats For and From Australia

19 April 2017 to 20 April 2017
DESCRIPTION CUBESAT INNOVATION WORKSHOP A lot has happened since we ran our last Cubesat event...

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UNSW Engineering offers more degree specialisations than anywhere else. Explore our range of undergraduate degrees to find your fit today.

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UNSW WIE Awards support UNSW's wider campaign to attract more female student to a career in engineering.

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The School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications has great depth in its research activities that makes it one of the largest postgraduate Schools in the country and a world leader in a number of key research areas.

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