Faculty of Engineering
Entrepreneurial engineering from Velocity Challenge winners
8 June 2021
Our Velocity Challenge winners describe their winning engineering projects
Inspired to build a better future
4 June 2021
Hanna Davidson has always been fascinated with building things and enjoys working with people: One day she hopes to combine the two and manage a major building or transport construction project.
Jury’s out on effects of rail investment
31 May 2021
Opinion: Seósamh Costello writes that investment in rail is a good start, but to reap the full benefits we will need to integrate it into a full transport solution.
Distinguished alumni honoured by University of Auckland
25 May 2021
University of Auckland announces 2021 Distinguished Alumni.
My 'little friend': robots pass muster in retirement villages
24 May 2021
An experiment tested how people in their 70s and 80s felt about robots helping with daily routines.
Te Herenga Mātai Pūkaha shines in ENVI nominations
19 May 2021
Engineering New Zealand’s awards ceremony, the ENVIs, has returned for 2021 and the University of Auckland's Faculty of Engineering is represented in six of the nine categories.
PhD student awarded two scholarships in aerospace and aeronautics engineering
19 May 2021
Mechanical Engineering PhD candidate Ha Tran was awarded with the separate scholarships within a span of several hours.
Space Institute confirmed as partner in first Govt-funded space mission
23 April 2021
Te Pūnaha Ātea-Auckland Space Institute, based at the University of Auckland, will serve as Mission Control for a climate science satellite.
Our BattleBots champion
7 April 2021
A team of alumni who built the Faculty of Engineering's most destructive robot has brought home the coveted Giant Nut.
Engineering Professor named President of professional body
29 March 2021
Professor Rosalind Archer has been chosen as Engineering New Zealand’s newest President.
Ocular surgery researcher has her eye on the prize
26 March 2021
Doctoral candidate Judith Glasson has been taking her research to conferences around the country—and brought back prizes for her posters and presentations.
Connection of Atmospheric Rivers to water availability and extreme rainfall
23 March 2021
A study led by the University of Auckland has investigated how Atmospheric Rivers (ARs) drive surface water availability and extreme rainfall events.