Research, teaching key for Australia’s first commercial hydrogen-powered flight in 2026.
Griffith aviation students continue to take flight despite COVID-19 as training continues throughout the pandemic.
Griffith University’s reputation as a world-class training centre for aviation students has been strengthened with a brand new lab. The flight procedures lab features a room full of computers equipped with simulators to put students in the cockpit of a plane. Students are able to choose between single or twin engine controls and practise in […]
Imagine applying the rapid advancement of drone technology to guide the future of aviation. That’s the opportunity for graduates of Griffith University’s new cutting-edge Electronic and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Engineering (UAV) major, according to Associate Professor Steven O’Keefe. The head of electronic engineering at Griffith’s Nathan campus says the major is offered at arguably the […]
Aviation graduate and now Virgin Australia pilot Dan Lang is flying high thanks to a Griffith University degree that has the world not so much at his feet, but 10,000m below
Griffith University is further equipping students for jobs of the future with the introduction of a new Unmanned Aerial Vehicles major. The major in Electronics and UAV will begin in the Griffith School of Engineering next year as part of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree program, giving students specialist knowledge in aviation and avionics […]
Griffith University students have been given a flying start to a new career following a new agreement signed with Queensland Airports Limited (QAL). Under the terms of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed today, QAL and Griffith University have formalised existing working relationships and extended it to benefit both the University and QAL. After years […]