Electrical engineering is a professional engineering field which deals with various electric-related issues like electric power engineering, electronics, power electronics. It has many sub-disciplines that are microelectronics, telecommunication engineering, signal processing, control engineering, computer engineering, integrated circuits, digital electronics, power engineering, optoelectronics. The field aims to look into the problems of electronic systems which can be large scale (electric-power engineering) or small scale (nanoelectronics). The discipline aims to provide knowledge about generation, distribution, transmission and application of electrical energy. Graduates can work as engineers in very broad job occupations, starting from manufacturing of electronic components to electrical power systems and telecommunication engineers.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering develops advanced research skills that will prepare you for a career in academia and other settings in which systematic and critical analytical skills are required. Upon graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy from RMIT University you will be able to produce creative solutions to existing and emerging complex engineering and engineering-rated problems in academia and industry.
The IDCORE is a partnership of the Universities of Edinburgh, Exeter, and Strathclyde, Scottish Association for Marine Science, and HR Wallingford.
The aim of the Engineering Doctorate program is to enhance the skills of already high performing professional engineers in the areas of detailed technical investigation, applied research and development, innovative design and analysis.
The department of Electrical Engineering offers a PhD degree in Engineering Science and a PhD degree in Engineering Technology.
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The PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering (DEEC) aims at preparing researchers with the capacity to perform autonomous research activities and the ability to lead innovation processes in the scientific area of Electrical and Computer Engineering, in both academic and enterprise environments.
The Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering aims to provide advanced education and a cutting edge research experience in electrical and electronics engineering, or in electrical and computer engineering crossing the boundary of the two disciplines. The focus of this program is excellence in research. Graduates of the program can join industry or continue to work in academia.
The ability to produce goods that meet people's needs and desires in an economically efficient way, while preserving natural and environmental resources, is essential to the well-being and stability of every society. The fields of manufacturing systems and robotics are at the core of this challenge. This is why this program focuses on them.
KSOP has developed and implemented a novel PhD program in the area of Optics & Photonics. The PhD students are not only part of an excellent research environment but are also trained in a well-balanced and perfectly structured manner.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering is at a significant crossroads – the technology to create and manipulate information is at the center of the modern world, and it impacts modern telecommunications and computer industries, as well the basic sciences and biology. The research at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is highly inter-disciplinary. Collaboration with the Departments of Computer, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering as well as the School of Management results in cutting-edge research attempting to shape the core of our daily lives.
Optoelectronics research is directed at advancing design and system applications of semiconductor optoelectronic and organic electro-optic devices including laser diodes and optical waveguides.