Drones, 3D scanning technology and bridges – it’s all in a day’s work for Monique

Griffith School of Engineering
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Monique Quirk has been investigating the use of drones and laser scanning technology to monitor the integrity of bridges in South East Queensland – all while she is still studying. A 14 week internship with GHD is putting Monique ahead of the game as she pursues her dream career. Monique, who is studying a Bachelor […]

Graduate builds bridge and successful career from Griffith

Alumni
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In high school Lucy Nitschinsk didn’t know what engineering was – and yet has now gone on to be recognised for her innovative bridge design. The civil engineering graduate, from Griffith University, used her academic achievements and extracurricular interests to get a job with SMEC, an engineering consultancy company. It wasn’t long before she was […]

Paperbark tree to unlock climate change

Griffith School of Engineering
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Synonymous with the Australian landscape, the paperbark tree is most recognised for its distinctive bark, but it is the leaves that have found themselves at the centre of research which could provide crucial insights into climate change. The research, completed by a consortium of researchers including Griffith University School of Engineering Professor Margaret Greenway, found […]