How can the industry get in touch with us?
Contact us to arrange a discussion. This can be done by approaching one of our staffs or students in-person, over the phone, or electronically. You can direct general enquiries to A/Prof Jay Katupitiya at or (+61) 2 9385 4096.
Helpful resources for prospective Students
The University of New South Wales offers an arrangement of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in mechatronic engineering and related fields. For general enquiries about the engineering programs available, please visit Studying at UNSW. Find out more about getting a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronic Engineering.
Can I get assistance on my projects through a consultation?
Yes, please contact us directly with information relating to your project and goals. Along with our research goals, we are currently involved in FIRST, AGVC, NIARC, and NASA's space robotics competition.
What collaborative opportunities are available for the industry?
For a list of current projects and research interests, please refer to the list of current Projects and People. Additional opportunities are available to eligible organisations through the Australian Research Council's Linkage Projects scheme.
Finding projects for postgraduate Students
For a list of current projects and research interests, please refer to the list of current Projects and People. You should contact your prospective supervisor to further discuss potential topics.
How can I get financial support as a student?
Scholarships are available for both undergraduates and postgraduates, see UNSW Engineering Scholarship Opportunities and Postgraduate Research Scholarships.
How do I email the group?
You can direct general enquiries to A/Prof Jay Katupitiya at .

Our Address

School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Ainsworth Building
The University of New South Wales
UNSW Sydney NSW 2052
Australia

Mechatronics Laboratory

Willis Annexe
The University of New South Wales
UNSW Sydney NSW 2052
Australia

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