Through her PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Kashfia Haque is taking research in the electronics industry in a new direction that is highly relevant now, and for the future.
PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
I decided to undertake my research in this area as this field is a new direction for the electronics industry that is turning out to be highly relevant for not only now, but also the future.
I had always been fascinated by the power and capabilities of nano-scale devices. It still amazes me how these things work and how they allow us to have the luxury of technology today.
I came to Australia in 2009 after undertaking my undergraduate degree in electrical and electronics engineering in my home country of Bangladesh. I chose RMIT as it offered me the opportunity to pursue my dream of a master’s degree by research a field specific to my interests.
My research work has encompassed the analysis and optimisation of an asynchronous spatial computing architecture. It has future applications for a range of technologies from smart phones and tablets to teleconferencing devices.
I decided to undertake my research in this area as I wanted to continue on from my master’s program, but also this field is a new direction for the electronics industry that is turning out to be highly relevant for not only now, but also the future.