The BiG Day In is an IT careers conference designed by students for students. It is designed for both high school (Years 9–12) and University students interested in careers in technology.
TechFemme seeks to inspire and engage young women from STEM-related backgrounds on the tech industry and career paths. You will also hear from industry speakers on the under-representation of women in tech and leadership.
Launching the UTS Centre for Artificial Intelligence
The Cochlear Autumn School of Engineering is an initiative organised by Engineers Australia, Sydney Division. The objective of is to give Sydney metropolitan area high school students a better understanding of what engineering is and how it works in everyday life.
For professionals considering postgraduate coursework in Information Technology, IT Management, Strategic IT Leadership, Internetworking, IT Project Management and many more.
For professionals considering postgraduate coursework in Business and Technology, Engineering, Engineering Management or Environmental Engineering Management.
Opportunity for female students to participate in a range of engaging, educational and often explosive hands-on activities, plus they get an inside look at life as a student/professional.
CeBIT is a technology exhbition and conference.
Learn about study and career options in STEM and take part in hands-on workshops, talks and panel discussions with people in STEM industries.
Technology is giving us capabilities which are beyond our wildest dreams! It's demanding a new skillset from graduates and pushing the boundaries on innovation. Hear about these tech trends, the subjects you need to consider at high school, and the paths you can take at UTS.
UTS Faculty of Engineering & IT and Ericsson are giving you the chance to team up and create real, innovative, market-changing IoT solutions; receive industry mentoring and build professional networks with the Internet of Things for Smart Cities Hackathon.
The annual UTS Careers Advisers and Teachers Day aims to educate Careers Advisers and Teachers on course updates at UTS, to better inform high school and TAFE students interested in university study.
Google are launching an app which takes data gathered from Google’s Consumer Survey Platform and YouTube polling, and complies it with the goal of showing how love can take different shapes yet share many common threads.
2017 marks 50 years of teaching civil and structural engineering at UTS – or back then it was known as the NSW Institute of Technology.
In this presentation, Tony will outline the cause of the recent South Australian power outage that resulted in an ‘SA Region Black System’. Tony will be discussing the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) operating reports into the incident. This presentation will also be an excellent opportunity to hear first-hand what role the operation of renewable energy generation sources and Asynchronous Grid connections played in the outage.
Integrating gender analyses enhances the quality and validity of research, development and innovation in IT and Engineering. Both UTS and TU Berlin regard gender and diversity issues in teaching and research as highly important. The two institutions promote and support efforts to improve gender awareness and create gender-inclusive cultures.
The exhibition showcases the exciting and innovative works of UTS students in Interactive Design, Digital Design and Software Development, which will give insight into the future technology of the world.
Come and see autonomous robots from top universities across Australia and New Zealand battle in a live head-to-head final on 26 September at the UTS Great Hall (Building 01).
The Research Showcase is a unique opportunity to engage and network with our current Higher Degree Research students in the Faculty of Engineering and IT.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) invites you to attend a celebratory cocktail event for the ‘One of the guys’ life coaching program to recognise the success and achievements of the program over the past 3 years.
Join Engineers Australia’s Sustainable Engineering Society and UTS for ‘The Big Conversation' on the significant risks that climate change poses for our social, financial, and energy systems. These risks are serious, but there are amazing opportunities to be achieved through an urgent re-framing of our economy. Ian Dunlop, a global leader in advising on these risks, will be our eminent speaker followed by Q&A panel to discuss the opportunities.
Join us to explore how robots and their intelligence can help connect your expanding ecosystem of customers and suppliers, creating new business opportunities, better customer experiences and new business value.