Research news and events
The Faculty of Engineering and IT Research Showcase is an annual celebration of cutting-edge work by research candidates from each of our six schools. The event promotes learning, engagement and networking with Higher Degree Research candidates. Talks and displays on emerging and exciting research across data science and engineering highlight impact on industries such as IT, utilities, transport, and healthcare. A closing award ceremony recognises the most innovative projects.
Research Excellence Development Series
The Faculty has established a Research Excellence Development Series to showcase diverse research topics undertaken by our research leaders. The Series demonstrates how their work impacts society and provides motivation to early to mid-career researchers to achieve research excellence in their future.
Distinguished Lecture Series
Launched in 2017, the Distinguished Lecture Series provides an opportunity to initiate a conversation around relevant research issues and challenges faced by our Distinguished Professors and a platform to present to the public about the impact of their research work. The lectures, held three times a year, are attended by industry partners, academics, and students from UTS and other universities.
- October 2019: Distinguished Professor Saravanamuthu Vigneswaran - Alternative Water Sources towards Water Security
- June 2019: Distinguished Professor Gamini Dissanayake - Reflections on Four Decades in Robotics Research
- March 2019: Distinguished Professor Jie Lu - Data-Learning-Decision: Innovation and Impact.
- October 2018: Distinguished Professor Mary-Anne Williams – Artificial intelligence supremacy.
- May 2018: Distinguished Professor Alexey Voinov – Persuasive systems for wise adaptive living.
- March 2018: Distinguished Professor Chengqi Zhang – Artificial intelligence for social good.
- November 2017: Distinguished Professor Jay Guo – Leading the next twenty years in technology innovation.
- September 2017: Distinguished Professor CT Lin – Next generation human computer interface wearable devices.
Research Fellowship Seminar Series
The Fellowship Seminar Series focuses on our Future Fellows and Early Career Researchers, granting them the opportunity to discuss their research work in public. Held every month from March to November, researchers provide an update of their work and demonstrate their leadership skills as they discuss key issues they seek to resolve.
- March 2020: Dr Peiyuan Qin - Antennas for 5G and Beyond
- October 2019: Dr Bruce Ni - Combating Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Wastewater Treatment: Towards Sustainable Wastewater Management
- September 2019: Dr Marco Tomamichel - Fault-tolerant quantum advantage with shallow circuits
- July 2019: Dr Wengui Li - Modern technology for advanced sustainable construction materials
- May 2019: Dr Peter Rohde – The Quantum Internet – The Next Frontier for Quantum Technology
- March 2019: Professor Francesca Iacopi – Moore’s law is “dead” – but is it really?
- February 2019: Associate Professor Majid Warkiani – Novel microfluidic systems for Biomedical research
- November 2018: Dr Chris Ferrie – How do you build a quantum computer?
- October 2018: Dr Forest Zhu – Update on the design of millimetre-wave and sub-THz integrated circuits
Early and Mid-Career Research Development Series
Focused on encouraging and supporting our early and mid-career researchers, this series of workshops are held twice a year. The aim of the series is to foster talent and provide our Faculty's academic staff with tools and guidance to achieve research excellence.
- September 2019: Research Impact – What does in mean for me?
- February 2019: Make me Famous: A quick guide to citation Benchmarking
- October 2018: Research Excellence Publication Workshop
- May 2018: Panel Discussion – What it takes to publish highly cited papers.