The Warren Centre was established in 1982 following public fundraising, coinciding with the centenary of Engineering at the University. The objective of the Centre, as established in that appeal, was to promote excellence and innovation in engineering and greater co-operation between the Faculty, industry and government. The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering was up until 2020 an ASIC registered controlled entity; it has now transitioned back with the the Faculty of Engineering.

Recent Submissions

  • Fire Safety and Engineering: Technical Papers Book 1 

    Beck, Vaughan; Eaton, Claude; Jarman, Mark; Johnson, Peter; Merewether, Ted; Reddaway, Lawrence; Tweeddale, Mark; Dowling, Vince; Duong, Duy; Green, Tony; Ramsey, Caird; Shestopal, Victor; Thomson, Ross
    Published 1989
    Australia has achieved an excellent fire safety record compared with other countries. The vast majority of fire deaths in buildings occur in dwellings. A very small percentage of fire deaths occur in non-residential ...
    Open Access
    Report, Technical
  • Fire Safety and Engineering - International Symposium Papers 

    Beck, Vaughan; Roux, Henry; Gross, Daniel; Quintiere, James; Fleming, Russell; Klote, John; Almand, Kathleen; Favro, Philip; Tanaka, Takeyoshi
    Published 1989
    A collection of papers presented by eight international experts on fire safety design in buildings, as part of the Warren Centre project on Fire Safety and Engineering (1989), with an introduction and outline of the Warren ...
    Open Access
    Report, Technical
  • Fire Safety and Engineering Project Report 

    Beck, Vaughan; Eaton, Claude; Freeman, Ross; Johnson, Peter; Lacey, Ray; Merewether, Ted; MacLennan, Hamish; Ramsey, Caird; Reddaway, Lawrence; Richardson, John; Thomas, Ian
    Published 1989
    Australia has achieved an excellent fire safety record compared with other countries. The vast majority of fire deaths in buildings occur in dwellings. A very small percentage of fire deaths occur in non-residential ...
    Open Access
    Report, Research
  • Zero Emission Copper Mine of the Future 

    Sykes, Clare; Brinson, Ashley; Tanudisastro, Guy; Jimenez, Maria; Djohari, Joshua
    Published 2020
    This ‘world first’ roadmap, commissioned by the International Copper Association Australia (ICAA), identifies five key target areas for technological innovation to reduce and ultimately eliminate mining emissions: exploration, ...
    Open Access
    Report, Research
  • The Copper Technology Roadmap 2030 

    Waters, Ben; Worsley, Hudson; Brinson, Ashley; Harrington, Alex; Klim, Harriet; Bean, Will; Xinying Liu, Nana
    Published 2016
    Copper has been vital to industrialised human development in electricity, plumbing and communications. Patterns of demand have changed as new materials have replaced some traditional uses of copper, however copper remains ...
    Open Access
    Report, Research

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