College of Science, Engineering and Health
The College of Science, Engineering and Health (SEH) incorporates the fields of sciences, engineering, IT and health and medical sciences.
Comprising ten academic schools (eight higher education schools and two TAFE schools), the College delivers a broad range of programs at apprenticeship, certificate, bachelor, masters and PhD levels. Many programs articulate between TAFE and higher education, creating pathways for further study.
- Top applied research medal for RMIT professor 07/03/2014The Royal Australian Chemical Institute has recognised Professor Suresh Bhargava for his contributions in the field of applied sciences.
- Liquid metal pump a breakthrough for micro-fluidics 03/03/2014Researchers have developed the world's first liquid metal enabled pump, a revolutionary new micro-scale device with no mechanical parts.
- RMIT among the world's best 27/02/2014RMIT University has been ranked among the world's top 100 universities in four key subject areas in the new Quacquarelli Symonds rankings.
- Many faces of metagenomics: from soil to the human intestine 14/03/2014Dr James M. Tiedje will discuss metagenomics, a core of new age microbial ecology.
- CSIT Seminar: Technology supported tutorial based learning 14/03/2014ViLLE is a collaborative education platform developed at the University of Turku in Finland. In this talk Dr. Mikko-Jussi Laakso, leader of the team developing ViLLE, will give an overview of the platform, describing how it is lowering student dropout rates and increasing pass rates. He will show how the platform is encouraging active learning and how collaboration with ViLLE tutorials is highly beneficial for learning.
- CSIT School Seminar Metamorphic testing - A light-weight yet effective approach to test result verification 28/03/2014Metamorphic testing is a testing approach which uses metamorphic relations to help verify the correctness of a program. In this talk, Dr. Huai Liu, who has recently joined RMIT's School of Computer Science and IT, will present the current state of play in metamorphic testing and discuss future research directions.
Semester 1 2014