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Stevan Preradovic’s groundbreaking career may lead him to outer space

Armed with a PhD in Radio Frequency and Electronic Engineering from Monash, Stevan Preradovic boldly entered the work world.

Drive to make fossil fuels more sustainable leads to IChemE Macnab-Lacey Student Design Award 2017 commendation

Final Year Chemical Engineering team undertake project to consider different options in the carbon capture and utilisation process.

A 3D-printed Christmas with some help from Faculty of Engineering

This year 15 students from Material Science and Engineering at Monash University, volunteered to 3D print Christmas decorations to raise funds to help find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy.

Professor Elizabeth Croft (Dean of Engineering)

In her words; Professor Elizabeth Croft

Monash’s new Dean of Engineering nearly missed her calling. As a child in Canada she planned to follow her parents into medicine until an engineer friend of the family opened her mind to the functional creativity of engineering. She’s

Monash Motorsport Goes Autonomous in 2019

Two years ago, Monash Motorsport began developing their first ever electric vehicle. In 2017, that electric vehicle came to life and was awarded overall 1st Place at the Formula SAE Australasia Competition at Calder Park Raceway.

Senior academics from Monash and partner universities; Central South University and Wuhan University of Technology

Monash University hosts the 13th Tri-University Research Workshop on Advanced Engineering

Monash University hosted the 13th annual Tri-University Research Workshop on Advanced Engineering on the 27th of November.

University of Indonesia and Monash delegates

University of Indonesia signing ceremony

Delegates from the University of Indonesia and Monash came together on the Clayton campus to sign the renewal of the 2+2 chemical engineering program on the 18th of October.

Nick Tassigiannakis

Two mates, same degree, divergent careers, both awarded Engineers Australia Young Professional of the Year for 2017

Stephen Bornstein and Nick Tassigiannakis share the distinction of being awarded 2017 Young Professional Engineer of the Year, in their respective states, by Engineers Australia.