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IEEE Western Australia Outstanding Volunteer Award 2019

Dr Douglas Chai was recently presented with the IEEE Western Australia Outstanding Volunteer Award 2019. The award recognises Dr Chai’s distinguished accomplishments, significant achievements, professional, administrative and technical leadership contributions to IEEE WA section and chapter activities and operations. The School of Engineering congratulates Dr Chai on his outstanding achievements.

ECU’s School of Engineering proudly acknowledges the strong support of Schlumberger

ECU’s School of Engineering proudly acknowledges the strong support of Schlumberger who have generously donated licences for the latest versions of their subsurface modelling tools to support School’s teaching and research in subsurface resources development. This support allows ECU students and researchers to use the latest industry-grade modelling tools for their learning and research, enhancing the alignment of our curriculum and research with industry trends.

History of Perth’s Narrows Bridge

An ABC production featuring the School of Engineering’s Duncan Robinson

ECU Engineering dominates energy poster competition

Three ECU Engineering students have won 3 out of the 4 prizes in a recent Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA) project poster competition.

ECU Engineering ranked in world’s top 175

ECU has been ranked in the world’s top 175 universities for Engineering and Technology by the globally-recognised Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2020.

Latest university news

Exhibition illustrates how we made COVID lockdown ‘bearable’

A new pop-up photographic street-facing art exhibition in Mount Lawley reflects the bear hunt trend that kept us connected during the COVID-19 lock down.

Drinking water under threat from bushfire

Rainfall after fire brings immediate relief but the environmental effects can sometimes be as significant as the fire itself.

Half a dollar a day for healthier kids

Fifty cents per child per day is all it would take to improve the nutritional value of food at long daycare centres, according to new research from ECU.

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