Master of Engineering (Micro-Nano Engineering)
Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran explains how the Master of Engineering (Micro-Nano Engineering) provides an opportunity to work with research and industry leaders.
This video features Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran talking to camera interspersed with scenes of students, teachers and research staff enjoying campus life, studying in teaching facilities and working in laboratories with micro-nano engineering equipment. Upbeat music plays throughout.
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A nanometre is one thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair, and at this scale materials display new and enhanced properties.
Micro-nano engineering is harnessing this potential to create new systems and technologies that improve and advance our way of life.
Here at RMIT University in Melbourne, our internationally-recognised researchers are making breakthroughs in stretchable and wearable electronics, as well as sensing, biomedical and photonic devices.
The Master of Micro Nano Engineering offers an opportunity to explore these areas, as students work alongside researchers in the purpose-built research and teaching facilities.
The program gives students a fundamental understanding of the behaviour of systems in the micro and nano realm, as well as design and simulation training and hands-on fabrication experience.
Students can choose to specialise in either micro-nano electronics or micro-nano systems,
and have the opportunity to take their research project from design and simulation, to fabrication and testing.
The global market for nanotechnology-enabled products is growing, creating strong demand for skilled specialists.
RMIT’s Master of Micro-Nano Engineering will allow engineering graduates and industry professionals to enhance their potential through applied learning.
It’s a chance to be at the forefront of technological change and work with research and industry leaders to design and create products to enhance everyday life.
Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran from the School of Engineering explains how the Master of Micro-Nano Engineering will provide an opportunity to those who want to be at the forefront of technological change.
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