Faculty of Engineering
Clean energy team awarded $6.4m
8 September 2022
Researchers from the Geothermal Institute are leading a project to capture carbon from New Zealand's geothermal power plants.
$4k and kudos: Tech talents take out trans-Tasman challenge
23 August 2022
A smart, affordable and insightful contactless payment application, designed by a University of Auckland team, won a trans-Tasman competition this month.
Raising a glass to knowledge: one night, ten bars, 20 talks
13 July 2022
University of Auckland academics are hitting the bars on 2 August, delivering 20 lectures in ten of Tāmaki Makaurau's favourite watering holes in the annual Raising the Bar event.
Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Jemaima Tiatia
27 June 2022
Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Associate Professor Jemaima Tiatia
How NZ can live up to its clean, green image
8 June 2022
Opinion: NZ must invest more at the top of the waste hierarchy if it wants to be a leader in tackling environmental pollution and live up to its global image.
Hey, Siri: What about Te Reo speakers?
1 June 2022
Opinion: We need to build voice recognition systems alongside language speakers to counter the existing bias, especially for te reo Māori, writes Jesin James.
Meet experts behind NZ’s first national space mission
18 May 2022
Experts on NZ’s first government-funded space mission talk science and technology in a free Techweek event at the Faculty of Engineering on Friday (20 May).
Maureen Lander: 'The University still plays a role in my life'
13 May 2022
Weaver and teacher Maureen Lander is one of our distinguished alumni in 2022 and, in her 80th year, is still working with students on campus.
And the band played on … 3D-printed instruments
12 May 2022
Exhibition showcases 3D-printed musical instruments made in the Creative Design and Additive Manufacturing Lab and hosts NZ’s first 3D-print performance by musicians.
Graduate brothers share plans to help whānau and whenua
6 May 2022
Brothers Haukapuanui and Sonny Vercoe graduated together this week, each with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from the University of Auckland.
Steel industry career swop for osteoarthritis research
6 May 2022
Emma Te Tumanako Brown gave up a promising engineering career in heavy industry for a doctoral research project to increase understanding of osteoarthritis.
New Chief Engineer role connects policy, research, engineering practice
2 May 2022
Professor Ken Elwood from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been appointed to the new role of Chief Engineer for the EQC and MBIE.