The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering is an independent, industry-linked institute committed to fostering excellence and innovation in high level engineering throughout Australia.
The Centre is a self-funding, not-for-profit body, driven by volunteers and operating within the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sydney. Named in honour of Professor William Henry Warren who was appointed as the first lecturer in engineering at the University of Sydney in 1883, The Warren Centre has been networking innovation in Australia for 30 years.
The links below provide more detail on our our history, objectives, activities and funding mechanisms.
In our three decades of operation, The Warren Centre has delivered a great many innovative projects through industry collaboration and support in advanced engineering and related fields. Our initiatives have led to new approaches in Australian infrastructure, technology and engineering, providing greater links between government and industry and viable opportunities for wealth creation.
The Warren Centre continues to deliver projects driving innovation for industry. Please contact us if you would like to know more about our current projects, other Warren Centre initiatives, or if you’re interesting in joining us as part of the Warren Centre network.