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Professor Dana Kulic

Professor Dana Kulic joins Monash Engineering

Monash Engineering has appointed Professor Dana Kulić to lead the planning and establishment of a new robotics research facility, beginning in January 2019. Professor Kulić is currently head of the Adaptive Systems Lab in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo, where her research interests include robot learning, humanoid robots, human–robot interaction and mechatronics.

Monash Engineers and Coates Hire create stronger, more efficient construction systems

Professor Elizabeth Croft and Mr Jeff Nicol

Australian construction companies will soon have the world’s safest and most efficient excavation shoring systems thanks to a three-year, $450,000 research partnership signed today between Monash Civil Engineering and Coates Hire.

Monash UAS ranks first place in the International UAV Challenge

In late September, 24 Monash Engineering undergraduates made the two day drive from Monash University to Dalby, in rural Queensland, to compete in 2018 Medical Express UAV Challenge. Of the 55 teams that progressed through the first written deliverable,13 teams from 8 different countries were invited to compete in Dalby.

9 October 2018

Australians develop new wearable skin to monitor health conditions

Australian engineers have developed a stretchable skin that can be used to monitor a wide variety of medical conditions.

8 October 2018
Crane Study

Innovations raise safety of crane lift operation

Monash University research into fatal crane accidents worldwide has sparked the development of new cutting-edge technologies based on gaming software that could help save hundreds of lives.

8 October 2018
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