UNSW Canberra

UNSW Canberra

UNSW Canberra

Working at the intersection of a leading university and a military academy, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy has been educating defence leaders for half a century.  UNSW Canberra graduates shape Australia, the region and the international community as leaders in defence, government, and industry.

Through our experience in education and our achievements in research, UNSW Canberra excels in teaching undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral research students across arts, business, cyber security, engineering, IT, logistics, management, space and science. UNSW Canberra’s undergraduate programs are tailored to the educational needs of members of the Australian Defence Force, while our graduate and doctoral research programs are available to all students. Since 2016, entry to undergraduate study in all Engineering specialisations has been opened up to civilian students.

UNSW Canberra is the only national academic institution with an integrated defence focus. Its strength is in defence related, security and engineering research. UNSW Canberra has the highest teacher to student ratio in Australian higher education. UNSW Canberra graduates almost double of postgraduate students compare to undergraduate students, reflecting our growth and strength as an excellent, full service university campus.

The School of Engineering and Information Technology

The School of Engineering and Information Technology delivers research-informed education in its high quality, accredited, globally recognised engineering and computing degrees to its undergraduate students. The School offers programs in electrical, mechanical, aeronautical, and civil engineering as well as in aviation, information technology and cyber security to graduates and professionals who will be Australia’s future technology decision makers.

Professor Chi-King Lee

Professor Chi-King Lee

Professor Chi-King Lee has been working in the areas of finite element modelling and structural engineering for many years. His main research interests include automatic finite element mesh generation and adaptive algorithm, steel structure, sustainable building structure system and protective engineering for structure. He acts as reviewer for many international journals in the areas of numerical modelling, structural mechanics and engineering. He also worked as a consultant for the PSA Singapore on the dynamic fatigue study of container quay cranes as well as for a building design software company to provide recommendations on the implementation of their analysis and design software.

Email address: c.lee@adfa.edu.au

Location: Room 211, Building 17, UNSW Canberra, Northcott Drive, Campbell, ACT 2600

School: https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/school-of-engineering-and-information-technology/professor-chi-king-lee

Research: https://research.unsw.edu.au/people/professor-chi-king-lee

Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=xRvBXcUAAAAJ&hl=en