Graduate Engineers: Miles Cattach, Jade Forlani-Brennan, Rohan Mehra

IEEE Student Society welcomes back UWA engineering graduates to share their experiences with current students

Monday, 21 August 2017

This week the UWA IEEE Student Society, chaired by Chenxi (Nancy) Chong, welcomed back three UWA engineering graduates as a panel to share their experiences and advice for the design project units in the Master of Professional Engineering.

Fitbit for the brain

Getting the best out of our brains

Monday, 21 August 2017

Student innovators and graduates from The University of Western Australia are developing a headset that can monitor human brain waves and stimulate the brain to improve concentration and boost the brain’s performance.

Aboriginal students published in Australian Poetry Journal

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Three students from the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Western Australia have had poems published in the prestigious Australian Poetry Journal.

The journal invited submissions from international and Australian-born poets, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander poets were encouraged to submit.

UWA EMS students reflect on Broome

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Twelve Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (EMS) student ambassadors have returned from a unique trip to the Kimberley. The students explored Western Australia’s remote Broome region, promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics to high school students.

The MBA Mindset

UWA MBA alumni launch book of management insights

Monday, 31 July 2017

The future of work, organisational culture, diversity and strategy: no topic is off limits for the UWA MBA Full Time 2016 cohort.

Could too much sitting be bad for our brains

Could too much sitting be bad for our brain?

Friday, 28 July 2017

In many aspects of our life when we need to use our brain power, we tend to sit down: at school, at work, reading, using our mobile phones or watching television.

Wheelchair basketball

Indigenous high school students shoot for the stars

Monday, 17 July 2017

Thirty-four Year 10 Indigenous students from around the State spent their school holidays learning a raft of new skills from wheelchair basketball to building a strong bridge and making moulds of teeth.

Tom Maclaurin

Student invention unlocks potential of pilotless aerial vehicles

Monday, 17 July 2017

A 19-year-old law student from The University of Western Australia has invented a pilotless aerial vehicle that is capable of flying five times longer than many drones currently on the market. The device also has the ability to conduct aerial surveillance at a fraction of the cost of current piloted aircraft.

EECE student gains second prize in the IEEE Australia Council Postgraduate Student Paper Contest

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

The School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering (EECE) would like to congratulate Shenglong Yu (Samson) and his supervisors Professor Tyrone Fernando and Professor Herbert Iu, for gaining second place in the IEEE Australia Council Postgraduate Student Paper Contest.  Samson's paper was titled 'Voltage Control Strategies for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Energy System Connected to Complex Power Grids Using Dynamic State Estimation and STATCOM'.  He also won first place in the same contest in 2015.

Smoking ceremony

UWA welcomes international students to NAIDOC Week

Monday, 3 July 2017

Students from universities around the world have today experienced a traditional smoking ceremony and welcome to country as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations at The University of Western Australia.