The fields of engineering and the built environment are constantly evolving and changing. In the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment, we aim to stay ahead of the curve and prepare students for the future.

Engineers and built environmental professionals need a deep understanding of the human experience and a keen awareness of how technology affects it. To imagine, create and sustain the future for generations to come, our students will put themselves in the shoes of the people they are designing for to understand their needs and how they interact with the world around them.

Interdisciplinary collaboration provides unique opportunities, and EBE researchers work in partnership with chemists, physicists, microbiologists, lawyers, doctors, sociologists, and social anthropologists. The work in the faculty ranges from health to energy, sustainable housing, circular economy, robotics and AI, water scarcity, and so much more. 

Professor Alison Lewis (CV)
Dean: Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment