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IGNITE November newsletter
Faculty of Engineering
Welcome to the November 2020 edition of IGNITE. This month’s edition examines COVID-19 pandemic modelling and Australia's place in the digitisation of energy as well as our latest research into healthcare engineering.

Latest research

Reflecting on COVID-19 models

Our complex systems researchers review their highly citied and reported COVID-19 modelling, which accurately projected the spread of the virus in Australia.

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Better hearing in noisy environments

Our biomedical engineering researchers have analysed cochlear implants with a view to further improve their performance in noisy environments.

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Using machine learning in healthcare

University of Sydney engineers have developed a model aimed to predict the risk of people living with type 2 diabetes developing cardiovascular disease.

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How energy is going digital

The world is on the edge of a cleaner and more efficient energy future. Here's how Australia can utilise digital technologies and emerge as an energy leader.

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Alumni news

World authority awarded top honours

Exceptional lifetime contributions to the field of geotechnical engineering have earned alumnus Harry Poulos top honours on the international stage.

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Chau Chak Wing Museum

Our Chau Chak Wing Museum is officially open, bringing together some of Australia's most significant collections in one stunning, purpose-built space. 

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Upcoming events

Australian Circular Economy Conference
7–11 December 2020

Discuss, plan and share knowledge on how industry can unlock value from waste resources through collaboration and technology.

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Info Day
19 December 2020

Join us on campus and online to get course advice and your questions answered before finalising your preference for entry.

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