Faculty of Engineering


Vice-Chancellor's Lecture Series

Showcasing the University's research on renewable energy and green growth

NZ Geothermal Workshop

24-26 November 2014 "Conventional Geothermal in the test of time" is the theme.

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  • NZ can be a world-leader in biology-based clean technology
    21 October 2014
    Dr Poletti and business journalist Rod Oram will present the final lecture in the 2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture Series this evening titled, Green Growth – New Zealand’s Future?
  • Geothermal has big potential for NZ
    20 October 2014
    New Zealand is a world leader in geothermal energy technology which has significant potential for the country’s energy supply, says Professor Rosalind Archer, Director of the Geothermal Institute and the Head of the University's Department of Engineering Science.
  • FSAE Newsletter
    15 October 2014
    The University of Auckland's F:SAE:47 team update for October 2014.
  • Rise of the health bots
    13 October 2014
    An expert on surgical robotics and innovation will be visiting from the United States this month.
  • IEEExtreme 8.0 programming competition
    02 October 2014
    IEEExtreme is a global challenge for IEEE student members in which teams compete in a 24-hour time span to solve programming problems. Team registrations close at 1am, Saturday 4 October.
  • UniGuide Programme
    25 September 2014
    Applications to become a UniGuide for 2015 are open now.