Professor Euan Lindsay brings immense experience and passion for engineering to the establishment of CSU's Bachelor of Technology / Master of Engineering (Civil Systems). Euan's background is in mechatronic engineering, and he completed a PhD in Engineering Education, exploring how students learned while controlling equipment remotely via the internet.
During his academic career, Euan has held senior roles as Program Leader and Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor within the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Curtin University, and Dean of the School of Engineering and Technology at Central Queensland University, before joining CSU as the Foundation Professor of Engineering. He has also been a visiting scholar at Virginia Tech. A member of a number of professional associations, Euan has also co-authored two book chapters and written or co-authored numerous journal articles.
Euan believes most major challenges facing society today can be solved by engineers, including providing clean drinking water, energy sustainability or communications technology to keep people connected. He is excited about helping CSU build a new engineering program with a focus on making a difference, not just solving problems and making things, and hopes to inspire students to move forward in their careers with passion