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Our department is home to the Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering specialisations, and we're committed to using technology to further understand, plan, and optimise our world.
Simulate real-world processes, systems, and solutions to solve the complex problems posed by industry and society.
Combine engineering, medicine and biology to improve the quality of our lives by resolving challenges in the healthcare industry.
The 2018 results for our annual problem-solving competition are out!
Our department offers a range of specialisations – from undergraduate to postgraduate – that aligns with your professional goals.
We excel in the fields of bioengineering, fluid dynamics, operations research, signal processing, solid mechanics and geothermal engineering.
For Part II Engineering Science student Lupesina Koro, a lifelong interest in STEM has given her insights into the power of her cultural identity.
Thomas Evans recently returned from an eight week internship with McLaren.
Postgraduates and staff are welcome to attend or submit an abstract for the Te Ao Mārama meeting in October.
Find out more about what we do and the opportunities that Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering will open for you.
Many of our department's researchers are active contributors to one of the world's premiere geothermal research and training centres.
Undergraduates are welcome to participate in this initiative that may see your project being launched into low-earth orbit.
See who's in our department and how to reach us.
For quick updates on what the Department of Engineering Science is up to.
Our Head of Department's blog on engineering education, research and leadership.
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