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Department of Engineering / Research / Academic Divisions

Department of Engineering

Academic Divisions

Academic Divisions

Building on research in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics to develop a systems view?of energy generation and utilisation, particularly in ground and air transport, to mitigate environmental impact.

Pursuing fundamental electrical, electronic and photonic research at the material, device and system levels with a focus on creating integrated solutions in the fields of nanotechnology, sensing, energy generation, energy conversion, displays and communications.

Extending fundamental and applied research in mechanics, materials, and design, exploiting cross-disciplinary partnerships across the University; and building on existing strengths to develop excellence in bioengineering and healthcare systems research.

Advancing the mechanics of civil and structural engineering systems within the broader context of the design, construction and operation of sustainable infrastructure and the stewardship of Earth's resources and environment.

Developing new understanding of manufacturing technology, operations, strategy and policy, in close partnership with industry, in order to improve industrial performance.

Developing fundamental theory and applications relating to the generation, distribution, analysis and use?of information in engineering and biological systems.

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