School of Civil Engineering

  • Scientists bring robots to the "Sharkcano" to better understand the harsh, mysterious place. UQ civil engineering researcher Dr Alistair Grinham joined in on the fun.

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  • A team of UQ researchers is working tirelessly to find an environmental engineering solution for a very human problem in the Solomon Islands, where the lives of entire communities are in turmoil thanks to drastic sea level rises.

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  • School kids get hands on with science and engineering

    School kids get hands on with science and engineering

    The annual Science and Engineering Challenge has come to a close at The University of Queensland with around 800 students from 22 Brisbane high schools participating in three events over three days.

  • Leading minds create alternative engineering education experience

    Leading minds create alternative engineering education experience

    Important issues facing the civil engineering profession will be tackled head-on at the final Ove Arup Foundation Workshop hosted by The University of Queensland next week.

  •  Pushing the boundaries of computational modelling

    Pushing the boundaries of computational modelling

    Extraction industries have played a significant role in the Queensland economy over the past three decades — particularly the production of coal seam gas — and using computational modelling to minimise hazard and maximise resource output is critical.

  • UQ engineer elected to elite European academy

    UQ engineer elected to elite European academy

    A University of Queensland civil engineering researcher has become only the fifth Australian elected to the elite European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA).