Tuesday 25 May 2021
11:00 – 15:00
The University of Melbourne
Do you have an interest in engineering and IT? Want to see what tomorrow’s technology will bring? Join us at Endeavour, where you’ll discover engineering and IT for the future!
Hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology FEIT , members of the public, industry and government are encouraged to attend. Endeavour Exhibition showcase our final-year engineering and IT masters students projects, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet the next generation of engineers and IT professionals.
How everyone can get involved in 2020
We welcome the public to play a special part in Endeavour and help us select the winners of two awards:
Vote for the ‘Road to Endeavour’ award
Take a look behind the scenes as the students prepare for the Endeavour Exhibition. Nominate your favourite project to win the Road to Endeavour prize and go in the draw to win a $100 Coles Myer gift voucher. The winner will be notified at the conclusion of the exhibition and the winning projects will be announced at the Endeavour Awards Night.
Voting will open once videos are released ahead of Endeavour day and will close at 11:59pm Monday 26 October 2020.
Vote for the Endeavour ‘People’s Choice’ award
Nominate your favourite project for the Endeavour ‘People’s Choice’ award and go into the draw to win a $100 Coles Myer gift voucher. Voting will take place during the Endeavour Exhibition. The winner will be notified at the conclusion of the exhibition and the winning project will be announced at the Endeavour Awards Night.
Voting will open during the Endeavour Exhibition on Tuesday 27 October 2020.
Meet us at the Endeavour Exhibition and discover, design and research projects developed by our engineering and IT masters students.
Throughout the year, our students work in collaboration with government and industry on these projects to solve real-world challenges. The Endeavour Exhibition showcases these projects, offering a unique opportunity for our students to demonstrate their engineering and IT capabilities.
With more than 140 diverse engineering and IT projects on display, members of the public, industry and current students are invited to attend.
2019 Endeavour highlights
For any enquiries, contact:
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
|E-21-ATAN-060||Generalised Machine Learning module for CubeSats|
|E-21-BGAV-013||Novel project development for ground-based robots|
|E-21-BJAM-063||Solar powered wireless sensor node|
|E-21-CKEN-012||Spectroscopy with an optical fiber|
|E-21-CMIC-020||Modelling and Control of Seismic Isolator|
|E-21-DPET-044||Virus infection curve flattening via feedback control|
|E-21-EJAM-030||5G Cellular Networks: Evaluation and comparison of channel models for mmWave wireless networks|
|E-21-MJON-047||Machine Learning for Trajectory Prediction|
|E-21-MPIE-024||Design of a smart building modelling tool for smart grid applications|
|E-21-MPIE-025||Graphical User Interface for a low-carbon energy hub operation and investment tool|
|E-21-NAMP-032-B||Edge Computing Testbed and Management Interface|
|E-21-NAMP-033||Modelling and Investigation of Radio Wave Propagation at Millimetre-wave|
|E-21-ONAN-063-B||Modelling and Testing of a Centralised Controller to Manage Off-Grid Gensets, Batteries and Flexible Loads|
|E-21-SROB-040||Applications of Modern State Space Control Methods|
|E-21-WERI-009||Water level control of a small reservoir|
|E-21-WERI-010||Control of a large scale canal system|
|E-21-ZJIN-011||Multi-user MIMO in 5G networks|
|EI-12-BMAR-021||Minimum length networks in 3- dimensional space|
|EI-21-EJAM-031||5G and IoT in Buildings: Improving Operations and Ensuring Coverage|
|EM-21-KMAR-035||Building a Music Composer via random models|
|EM-21-PYE-035-A||Learning-Based Control for Building Management|
|I-21-AYOU-032||Numerical simulation of aerodynamic modification under wind load|
|I-21-BALE-013||Modelling storm surges in Victoria, Australia|
|I-21-CPHI-030||Net-zero-carbon ambulance stations Victoria|
|I-21-DCOL-009||Limited Concession Contracts|
|I-21-JAMI-015-A||Energy Efficient Aquatic Centres|
|I-21-JAMI-032||Effective refurbishments for ACT Schools|
|I-21-LELI-032||Evaluation of the new detailing provision in the Australian Standard for Concrete Structures|
|I-21-NGUI-012||Thermal behaviour of energy geo-structures using thermal response tests at Melbourne Connect Building|
|I-21-RBEH-031||Feasibility of a community level system utilizing renewable energy sources: Case of University of Melbourne.|
|I-21-RDON-023||Remote Sensing of Vegetation and Soil Water Status Using High-Resolution Optical Satellites and Mobile Cosmic-ray Sensor|
|I-21-SSOH-030-A||Application of Enhanced Environment Sustainable Design Standards in Digital Twin|
|I-21-TTAI-003||Behaviour and design of ultra-high-strength concrete|
|I-21-TYIN-028||Probabilistic assessment of bearing capacity solutions for strip footings on two-layered clays|
|I-21-WANG-030||Eat in or take away? Separating benthic and water column primary production in the Goulburn River|
|I-21-WYIF-029||Numerical investigation of undrained response of plate anchors under combined loading|
|I-21-ZLIH-005||Health Monitoring of Cable-stayed Pedestrian Bridgesusing non-contact interferometric radar (IBIS-s)|
|IEM-21-NGUI-028||Estimation of soil water content using a non-destructive RFID sensor: A Laboratory and Field Study|
|IM-21-MSAE-006||Fall Prevention and Detection in Aged Care Facilities|
|IME-21-NGUI-029||Effect of sensor geometry in the depth of penetration of a new soil moisture sensor|
|IMEM-21-NGUI-031||Land rover for precision agriculture|
|M-21-FJUS-022||Depth Camera-based Environmental Sensing for Exoskeletons|
|M-21-ISIM-026-A||Helicopter Design Project|
|M-21-LZHE-038||Atomistic simulations for F- and Cl- ion adsorption in UiO-66 MOF materials for water treatment|
|M-21-NBAG-014||Aerodynamic of Pterosaurs|
|M-21-SJO-007||Trade Waste Optimisation|
|M-21-SJO-008||Asahi Beverages: Container Loss Reduction|
|M-21-SRIC-005||Combine CFD and machine-learning to improve efficiency of turbines|
|M-21-TYIN-021||Vision-based feedback control for robotic additive manufacturing of continuous composites|
|ME-21-LWEN-018||Digital Twin Development of Conveyor Belt Monitoring Systems in Mining Industry|
|MEI-21-LWEN-037||Circular Economy in End of Life Lithium Ion Battery Supply Chain|
|MI-21-HELL-023||Programmable Mechanical Metamaterials for Soft Robotics|
|MI-21-LWEN-031||Bioenergy Recovery from Winery Industries- Sustainable Waste Management Practices|
|MM-21-CAIR-032-A||Robotic Installation for Science Gallery Melbourne with Stelarc|
|mm-21-cair-033-b||Robotic Installation for Science Gallery Melbourne|
Endeavour exhibitors have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to engineering and IT innovation. Read about some successful projects.
A breakthrough in neonatal medicine, from Endeavour 2016.Read more
Live Emergency Personnel Tracking
A solution for life-saving situational awareness, from Endeavour 2017.Read more
Improving accuracy in stent selection, from Endeavour 2017Read more
Automotive engineering excellence, from Endeavour 2017.Read more