School of Engineering news
Running shoes that tell their wearer when they need to be replaced, or that can be individually customised to suit their wearer's gait?
At a recent technology expo in Melbourne, visitors could play a game of Connect Four with Baxter the robot thanks to the long-distance help of Deakin University School of Engineering PhD student Michael Mortimer in San Antonio, Texas.
A novel sensor is set to help extend the operational life of energy pipelines by decades.
Deakin University researchers show the world how they are redefining innovation at this year's Australian International Airshow.
Students, industry to benefit from new Deakin partnership with global Indian-based engineering firm Cyient
Deakin's ongoing relationship with India has been strengthened through a new partnership with global engineering firm Cyient, which will open cross-cultural doors for students in both countries
The focus was on catching up with old friends and making new ones at a Deakin Engineering alumni networking event held at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus in November.
A team of Deakin undergraduate engineering students put their mechatronic design skills to the test at the national final of the 2014 Warman Design and Build Competition in Sydney recently.
A Deakin delegation of senior researchers visited Bendigo recently as part of an initiative to support and strengthen the vibrant local manufacturing sector and expand related education and research in the region.