28 Jan 2016Engineers Australia and create magazine are looking for Australia’s most innovative engineers.
9 Feb 2016American researchers believe they have developed a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that is virtually impossible to hack.
8 Feb 2016Swiss researchers claim to have created the world’s smallest integrated optical switch. Applying a small voltage causes an atom to relocate, turning the switch on or off.
5 Feb 2016Researchers at the HRL Microelectronics Laboratories in California have demonstrated complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) field-effect-transistor (FET) technology using gallium nitride (GaN), a development that could see GaN replace silicon in power conversion circuits.
4 Feb 2016NASA has announced it is building an integrated-photonics modem with a view to testing it on the International Space Station in 2020.
The Information, Telecommunications, and Electronics Engineering (ITEE) College encompasses these three disciplines – which are integral to complex engineering products and systems, such as communications, manufacturing, information transfer and infrastructure.
The ITEE aims to support and promote the work of engineers in:
- Communications engineering
- Computer Systems engineering
- Electronics engineering
- Information Engineering
- Software Engineering
10 Feb 2016Presentation by Mark Lockwood and Matt Checksfield from Powerplan Engineers Pty. Ltd.
11 Feb 2016Launched in 2002 the GRACE satellite mission is a joint mission of NASA and the German Aerospace Centre.
16 Feb 2016Early predictions of ‘Convergence’ were made in the mid 1970’s. However, the pace of change has been turbo charged from the mid 1990’s by the Internet and mobile communications. This talk will take the audience through the evolution of convergence from a theory to the reality of today where...
16 Feb 2016The presentation will cover: What is laser scanning?; Types of laser scanning and its application; How does it work?; Features; Survey processes; What it can do for you?
23 Feb 2016SCRAM: Order out of Chaos - an engineering approach to identify the issues and risks to schedule compliance incorporated with ITEE Annual General Meeting.
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