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Our students bring fresh skills and perspective to start-up founded by alumni

09-02-2017 Tanda, a time and attendance software company founded by four QUT alumni, is creating innovation and design opportunities for students in a move to give back to the programming community.

QUT and Commonwealth Bank agree Business Process Management partnership

08-02-2017 QUT and Commonwealth Bank of Australia have announced an industry partnership, creating new opportunities for students, academics, and employees in the field of Business Process Management (BPM).

Powerful change: QUT profiles today’s solar consumer

02-02-2017 People with higher incomes and better education no longer dominate demand for the domestic solar market in Queensland with a new QUT study revealing the highest uptake in solar PV systems comes from families on medium to lower incomes.

Birdseye hyperspectral science: Ningaloo as you’ve never seen it before

31-01-2017 Meet the new face of environmental monitoring – a combination of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and a highly specialised camera that was once so big and expensive only satellites and airplanes could carry them. 

Australia Day honour for QUT Emeritus Professor Ray Frost

27-01-2017 As a young boy growing up in Ipswich, Emeritus Professor Ray Frost dreamt of discovery.

QUT Science and Engineering Kindler Medallists announced

13-01-2017 Two high-achieving mechanical engineering graduates, Bruce Fernandes and Olivia Hutchinson have been awarded the prestigious Kindler Medal. Olivia and Bruce each exhibited a distinguished record of achievement, demonstrated leadership and performance, as well as student and community engagement throughout the whole of the degree program. Both medallists participated in professional development and networking events, were mentored by an academic in their field, and both spent time volunteering overseas as part of their studies.

High praise for excellence in learning programs at QUT

13-01-2017 QUT's STIMulate program has been recognised for education excellence and delivering outstanding learning programs after recently receiving three prestigious awards:

QUT's Professor Guy Gable recipient of Association for Information Systems (AIS) Fellow Award

13-01-2017 Professor Guy G. Gable (Ph.D.Bradford, MBA Ivey, B.Comm. Alberta) heads the Research-Systems Research Programme http://www.methodsthinking.com, Information Systems School, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. He migrated from Canada (Arthur Young) to Sydney Australia (PWC) in 1983, joined the National University of Singapore in 1986, then QUT in 1994. A Fellow is expected to have made significant global contributions to the information systems discipline as well as outstanding local contributions in the context of their country and region (for more see www.aisnet.org). Notably, as an AIS Fellow, Gable joins the 167 member AIS College of Senior Scholars, an influential forum for discussion on important issues of relevance to the IS discipline.

Have serious fun with physics!

04-01-2017 It’s a textbook case of putting the fun back into physics.

ARC Discovery Grant funds renewable energy research collaboration

25-01-2017 Professor Troy Farrell shares a little about his current research in battery technology development for renewable energy solutions, made possible with mathematical modelling.

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