Faculty of Engineering
Funding shows breadth of research at University of Auckland
17 September 2019
Funding of almost $27 million has been awarded to the University of Auckland for a wide range of research projects affecting the physical and environmental health of New Zealanders.
Hackathon sparks problem-solving for the real world
13 September 2019
A hackathon in collaboration with LEAP Australia and Callaghan Innovation saw IoT and AR technologies applied to industry problems.
University of Auckland regains place in elite global top 200
12 September 2019
The University of Auckland has regained its place in the world’s top 200 Universities, according to the Times Higher Education (THE) International rankings released today.
Rocket Man appointed to University
4 September 2019
The University of Auckland has appointed space industry pioneer, Peter Beck, as Adjunct Professor in Aerospace Engineering.
What a difference a decade makes in earthquake engineering
22 August 2019
It’s a brutal way to learn but if there is any good to come out of the earthquakes that devastated parts of New Zealand over the last decade, a lot more is now known about the ground beneath our feet.
Not time to worry about robots - yet
21 August 2019
Opinion: Should we worry about robots taking over? Not anytime soon, says Dr Craig Sutherland who talks about the impact of robots for Raising the Bar on 27 August.
Gearing up for the next Formula-like race
8 August 2019
The Formula SAE team is building its newly designed vehicle and gearing up for this year's race, thanks partly to the kindness of philanthropic car enthusiasts.
Healthcare’s massive carbon footprint
6 August 2019
Opinion: Anaesthetic gas released each year by just one NZ hospital has the same carbon footprint as 500 Auckland and London return flights. Dr Saeid Baroutian explains.
Tech Night 2019 brings Formula SAE alumni and sponsors to Newmarket
5 August 2019
The University of Auckland's Formula SAE team recently opened its doors to its alumni and sponsors.
Students build on Engineering ability with Global Studies insights
5 August 2019
Engineering students at The University of Auckland are building on their technical ability with a Global Studies conjoint.
Eva Hakansson: engineers, electric motorcycles and a need for speed
1 August 2019
Dr Eva Hakansson is building a new life in New Zealand and a new electric sidecar motorcycle to race next year - and Green Envy will be bigger and faster than ever.
It’s the final countdown
31 July 2019
After three years, New Zealand’s largest-ever fundraising campaign is coming to an end.