Are you an engineer who is looking to further develop you technical, management, communication and leadership skills?

Monday, 1 October 2007

If so, then the new Engineering Asset Management Postgraduate Programme is for you. This new course is being jointly run by the UWA Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics and the UWA Business School.

UWA Motorsport Team Excelling at the National and International Formula SAE Competitions

Monday, 1 October 2007

From May 16-20 UWA Motorsport (UWAM) participated in the Formula SAE East competition in Romeo, Michigan. It was another world class performance from the team as they finished 2nd overall with 857 points behind the University of Wisconsin-Madison at 877 points out of a maximum of 1000 points.

Engineering Week at UWA

Monday, 1 October 2007

Engineering Week is a national event showcasing the engineering profession to the wider University community and encouraging students to continue pursuing their engineering studies. This year, the UWA Young Engineers organised a week of challenging competitions with the generous support of Bechtel Australia.

NOMAD - UWA Sustainable Housing Experimental Test Facility

Monday, 1 October 2007

The NOMAD UWA Sustainable Housing Experimental Test Facility was officially opened on July 27 by Associate Professor Jane Long, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Teaching & Learning), with Associate Professor Carolyn Oldham and Associate Professor Gary Bundell from the Faculty.

Winthrop Society Members

Monday, 1 October 2007

The Winthrop Society was launched in March this year. The event was hosted by the Chancellor, Dr Michael Chaney AO and the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alan Robson AM. The Honorary Patrons of the Society are all former Chancellors; Dr Donald Aitken AO, Clinical Professor Alex Cohen AO, The Honorable Geoffrey Kennedy AO and His Excellency Dr Ken Michael AC.

The UWA Virtual Universe Project

Monday, 1 October 2007

The School of Computer Science and Software Engineering is recreating the UWA campus with its magnificent grounds and buildings in 3 dimensions as part of The UWA Virtual Universe Project. This project will allow anyone, anywhere to explore and walk freely in virtual space around the campus. Interesting sites include the Sunken Gardens, the Sommerville Auditorium, the Tropical Grove and Winthrop Hall. Once logged on, visitors will be able to interact with each other and to find more information they can click on buildings and signs.

Supercomputing at UWA

Monday, 1 October 2007

At The University of Western Australia (UWA), there are a number of unique projects, some in the areas of medicine, science and engineering, that are critically dependent on advanced high-end and large-scale computing and data management. Recognising this critical need, a $5million state of the art Western Australian Supercomputer Program (WASP) facility was established at UWA. The plan is for this facility to address much-needed computing capacity and support simulation research.

UWA Water Research celebrates 25 years

Thursday, 27 September 2007

Celebrating its 25th anniversary and moving into refurbished premises will not distract The University of Western Australia’s Centre for Water Research from its commitment to creating sustainable design and management systems for our catchments, rivers, lakes, estuaries and coastal seas.

The Federal Minister for Education, Science and Training Julie Bishop will open the renovated CWR at 11am tomorrow (Friday, September 28) on the UWA campus.

New website menu a smorgasbord for growers

Thursday, 20 September 2007
NEW WEBSITE MENU A SMORGASBORD FOR GROWERS

Growers and people working in agribusiness who have ever yearned for computer access to Green Manure or Lime Calculators or just a down-to-earth look at soil properties in their region of WA need look no further.

Dr Daniel Murphy from the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences and Institute of Agriculture at The University of Western Australia (UWA) has launched a free interactive website designed with such clients in mind.

New website menu a smorgasboard for growers

Thursday, 20 September 2007

Growers and people working in agribusiness who have ever yearned for computer access to Green Manure or Lime Calculators or just a down-to-earth look at soil properties in their region of WA need look no further.

Dr Daniel Murphy from the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences and Institute of Agriculture at the University of Western Australia (UWA) has launched a free interactive website designed with such clients in mind.