Humanitarian Engineering showcase

Hosted by ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics

Interested in improving household health outcomes in Timor-Leste through access to clean drinking water? Or mitigating the impact of floods in Australia through nature-based solutions and community-led intelligence networks?

Come to the Humanitarian Engineering showcase to hear about how engineering and technology are being used in a range of development and aid contexts to improve quality of life for all.

Discuss current projects with students and researchers, and connect with your fellow alumni, in the networking session following the showcase.

Please note, if you are unable to attend the showcase in person, you can register to attend virtually.

  • Dr Jeremy Smith, Program Lead, Humanitarian Engineering, ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics
  • Angus Mitchell, PhD Candidate, ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics
  • Elizabeth Holly, final-year Systems Engineering undergraduate student, ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics
  • Briana Jones (BEng '20), Program Coordinator, International Women's Development Agency
  • Louise Bardwell (BA '21, BEng(R&D) (Hons) '22), Research Assistant, ANU Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program

Date: Wednesday 22 March 2023

Time: 6.30–8pm

Location: Innovation Space, level 1, Birch Building #35, 35 Science Road, ANU


Alumni Relations
Phone: 02 6125 5004


Registration is free and essential for this event. To register, please click on the registration button to your right. You will be able to register for one or more 2023 ANU Alumni Week events through the registration form. 

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