A perfect blend of passion and pragmatism
26 April, 2018
Fresh out of Monash, Priya Agarwal now finds herself at Ernst & Young (EY), one of the world’s largest professional services firms.
Learning to learn: the key to success
18 April, 2018
While studying Environmental Engineering at Monash, Kunyao “Hillary” Wu picked up a few essential transferable skills along the way. She developed her ability to communicate effectively, how to work harmoniously as a team, but most
Materials science and engineering researchers make next-generation optical storage disk possible
13 April, 2018
A classic story of a cross-discipline and international collaboration, and a problem solved with the help of good friends.
Monash University student team selected to compete in Mars robot challenge
10 April, 2018
Congratulations to all the engineering students on the team!
Demystifying the connection between resources engineering and climate change solutions
6 April, 2018
Dr Roger Dargaville, Senior Lecturer in Resources Engineering, is working to transform the way we think about the resources we extract from the earth in order to address climate change.
Monash Infrastructure to lead $3 million research project on smart lining of fresh water pipes
29 March, 2018
Fixing pipes before they fail.
MESS welcomes 1250 new members after O Week
27 March, 2018
It's not too late to join the club.
The making of a successful executive
15 March, 2018
As Chairman at South East Water, Lucia Cade (BEng (Civil)(Hons), BEc, MEngSc, MBA, FAICD, FIEAust) brings her engineering skills to the boardroom, where she leads the board in overseeing the performance of the organisation.
When intense curiosity and keen desire to learn new things drives ambition
13 March, 2018
Milosh Ivanovich (BE (Hons), M Comp, PhD) is one of the nation’s leading authorities on teletraffic engineering and network modelling.
Severe shortage of mining engineers looming
9 March, 2018
Australia’s resources industry is crying out for graduate mining engineers to lead new technologies.
Pippa Connolly's advice to aspiring female engineers - "back yourself"
7 March, 2018
You've got a unique perspective and particular strengths.
Chemical Engineering and Materials Science improve in QS 2018 Subject Rankings
5 March, 2018
Monash Engineering is delighted with the results of the QS World University Ranking By Subject 2018 which saw Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering improve significantly.
An ability to learn and adapt has propelled Bilin Zhouâs aerospace career
5 March, 2018
Despite having only recently entered the workforce, alumna Bilin Zhou (Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours)) has covered a lot of ground.
You can't be an engineer by yourself, you need others
5 March, 2018
Leverage mentors, continue to learn and just give everything a go. Sophie Matthews (Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) shares what underpins her success.
20 February, 2018
In January 2018, the Chemical Engineering Department was delighted to be a platinum sponsor of the 1st International Conference on Bioinspired Materials and Membranes (IBMM2018) and the 1st International Conference on Energy-efficient Separation
Making fantasy a reality with the right project management
16 February, 2018
To meet client expectations, user requirements or market needs, project managers must go beyond performance to deliver desired outcomes.
Chemical engineering team helps find an efficient and sustainable way to filter salt and metal ions from seawater
10 February, 2018
We partnered with CSIRO and The University of Texas in Austin on this exciting new discovery.We partnered with CSIRO and The University of Texas in Austin on this exciting new discovery.
How many careers in a lifetime?
6 February, 2018
It’s early days for Sandeep Sarathy (BChemEng(Hons), PhD), but he has already had a few.
How do you build an Engineering career that others envy?
2 February, 2018
Good luck and good timing, along with a bit of grit and determination, according to Simon Roberts (BEng (Civil)(Hons)/LLB(Hons))
Work that impacts industry, the community and the environment, and ultimately benefits the nation
30 January, 2018
Materials Science alum Marcus Zipper, Director of CSIRO Services delivers work that impacts and benefits the nation.