National Instruments and Australia’s Curtin University have entered into a research collaboration in the field of instrumentation and signal processing techniques for radio astronomy. Curtin University is the lead in a consortium of 17 institutions from five different countries that are investigating the origins of the universe. Using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), a large-scale … Continue reading Deal signals collaboration in radio telescope technology
THE QUEENSLAND University of Technology (QUT) has hosted an event, exploring the future of human interactivity with autonomous cars.
MORE than 1000 students from around the world will participate in a robot building competition taking place in Sydney on 17 to 19 March.
NATIONAL Instruments (NI) will sponsor a webinar about the Doherty power amplifier (DPA), charting the history of this component and the latest work on it.
THE LATEST graduate employment report from GradStats shows Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineers have the highest employment rate of all engineering graduates.
THE Madmaker online challenge from the University of Sydney will show more than 1500 Year 9 students what embedded systems are, and how they are used in everyday life.
With automation and robotics implementation gaining pace, what does it mean for the human workforce?
NEC will set up a new corporate office at UOW’s Innovation Campus and hire an additional 110 staff to enable new service capabilities to regional NSW.
Tech companies fare well in the Glassdoor 2014 Employees’ Choice Awards.
A group of high school students have created history by becoming the third Australian team in three years to become World Champions of the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge.
VUW’s trained robot, Ownbot 2.0 defeated 15 other teams from Australia and New Zealand to take the title as the recent Autonomous Robotics Competition held at Swinburne University of Technology’s Hawthorn Campus.
The team behind the very first Maker Faire in Australasia in Melbourne in January 2012 is organising a sequel to that event.
Webinar on Ada Lovelace, first computer programmer, is among the offerings for the electronics designer at the element14 Community.
element14 kicks off webinar series for engineers and engineering students in Australia and New Zealand
Webinar on the NFC Ring is among the programmes on wearable technology at the element14 Community.
The flipped classroom model of teaching allows class time to be spent on hands-on active learning while the student’s homework becomes the traditional lecture viewed outside of class on a vodcast.
The overarching goal of the project is to develop and encourage the next generation of female inventors and problem solvers.
Register today as some of the SMCBA sessions are filling fast.
Dr Javid Taheri is a postdoctoral researcher whose interests include energy efficient grid and artificial intelligence.
AVFOP 2013 is an application-oriented conference designed to cover all aspects of severe environment fibre optic component systems and technology for avionics, vehicle electronics and naval vessels.
The NI Autonomous Robotics Competition in Melbourne allows students to hone their skills to become the robot designers of the future.