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School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences 2024 prize award ceremony

School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences 2024 prize Award ceremony

On May 6th, 2024, we held the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences Prize Award Ceremony at the National Wine Centre.

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Class of 2023 engineers recognised at prize awards night

The School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering recognised the outstanding academic performance of students across the school’s Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering disciplines from the 2023 academic year at its annual Prize and Awards Night.

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Researchers to investigate prevalence of PFAS in livestock

Researchers to investigate prevalence of PFAS in livestock

A new national study by the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine seeks to understand the prevalence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in Australian livestock, with researchers seeking farmers who have previously applied biosolids as fertiliser to be collaborators.

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Scientists seek your soil for century-chemical study

Planting lettuce in a backyard garden

University of Adelaide researchers are calling on South Australian citizen scientists to donate soil samples from their backyard gardens for a study examining how widely spread per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are in our home gardens.

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University of Adelaide Named Winner of Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium’s Inaugural Prize Challenge

UTIC Student team

Professor Eric Fusil and Dr. Kim Harvey at the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering together with Dr. Rachel Pawling at University College London (UCL) have been awarded the prestigious Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium Prize Challenge for Workforce Development.

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Research shaping the future – research strategy

Research shaping the future – research strategy

The Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology is committed to producing research with excellence, curiosity, and impact, and our research strategy underpins this. 

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University of Adelaide academics elected as IEEE Fellows

The University of Adelaide’s Associate Professor Mathias Baumert and Adjunct Associate Professor Luke Rosenberg have been elected as IEEE Fellows for their impactful contributions to biomedical technologies and radar image formation, respectively. This accolade demonstrates the university’s leadership in technological advancement.

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AUMT Wins First Place at 2023 Formula SAE-A competition for Endurance of Electric Vehicle

AUMT wins 2023 Formula SAE-A competition

Adelaide University’s Motorsport Team (AUMT) won first place in the Electric Vehicle Endurance Event at the 2023 Formula SAE-A competition, hosted by the Society of Automotive Engineers Australasia (SAE-A). This showcases AUMT’s leadership in electric vehicle engineering amongst university-level peers.

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Professor Yvonne Stokes awarded the 2023 Gavin Brown Prize

Yvonne Stokes

Congratulations to Professor Yvonne Stokes for her research paper to be awarded the 2023 Gavin Brown Prize by Australian Mathematical Society.

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$2.156M DST Grant for A/Prof Hung Nguyen and Prof Matthew Roughan

A/Prof Hung Nguyen and Prof Matthew Roughan

A/Prof Hung Nguyen and Prof Matthew Roughan from the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences have been awarded a grant from DST, worth $2.156M over 2.5 years. This is an extension of our current NGT-Cyber grant. 

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