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Meet some of our current students and graduates in electrical and electronic engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (Honours)
Electrical and electronic engineering student Alexander Salibi using the latest industry equipment to learning about how electronic devices work.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
After studying a degree in electrical engineering, Anastasia Ivanova is using her skills working as a Graduate Design/Electrical Engineer at an engineering and property services company.
With a desire to help others, Aurnab As-Saber decided to studying electrical and electronic engineering at RMIT.
Master of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
With years of industry experience behind him, Clement Lam is undertaking research in electrical and electronic engineering to better contribute to and to have a positive impact on society.
Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering
Dale Giancono's experience in audio engineering led to a curiosity about the electronics used in his field. Now he’s exploring that interest at RMIT and adding opportunities to his future career path.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
For Dan, taking a risk to study engineering is paying off.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic and Communication Engineering) (Honours)
Daniyal Noor graduated from RMIT's Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics & Communication) and now works to develop medical products as an Electronics Engineer at Grey Innovation.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (Honours)
From electrician to United Energy scholarship winner, Declan Lammers is hoping his degree in electrical engineering will lead to a successful career in the power industry.
With an electrical engineer for a father, Di Dai was inspired to study an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) (Honours) / Bachelor of Business (Management), Diploma of Languages (French)
Elizabeth Duong loves how RMIT allows her to learn practical skills through her double degree in electrical and electronic engineering, and business management.
Elliott Kuhlmann hopes his practical studies in electrical engineering at RMIT will help him contribute to solving the world energy crisis.
With a passion for engineering, Elysia Coade's degree in electrical engineering is taking her to Tasmania as a graduate engineer for a mining company.
Master of Engineering (Telecommunication and Network Engineering)
A Senior Technical Consultant, Francis Thanadan wanted to advance his career with more specialisation in telecommunications and networking, so decided to undertake postgraduate studies.
PhD (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
Haytham Fayek is pursuing a passion for artificial Intelligence through his PhD which is focussed on deep learning and neural networks.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Commerce
James Buck is gaining hands-on experience both in industry and through the RMIT Electric Racing Team as part of his double degree in electrical engineering and commerce.
With a passion for physics, Jamie Cox is studying a degree in electrical engineering where he is winning awards and gaining international work experience.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Product Design) (Honours)
With a passion for music and sound production, John Ruggles decided to study electronic product design. He hopes to work in an audio related engineering firm and sell his own products.
Phd (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Highly successful in undergraduate and masters programs, Juan Carlos Rodríguez is undertaking a PhD researching a novel strategy for energy harvesting from medium voltage power lines.
PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
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.
Hands-on work in laboratories and industry experience during her studies at RMIT prepared Kylie Tang for a graduate job as an Electrical Engineer at Thales.
Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
For Marcus, as an RMIT alumnus, coming back to do his postgraduate electrical engineering studies was a straightforward choice.
Bachelor of Science (Physics)/Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic and Communication Engineering) (Honours)
Combining his interest for engineering and the physics behind it, Matthew Innes is studying a double degree in physics with electronic and communication engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (Honours), Advanced Diploma in Electronics and Communications Engineering
Moving from an advanced diploma into a degree in electrical and electronic engineering, Michael Chrisp is on his way to his dream job as an engineer in Germany.
After completing an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, Muhib Al Karim is furthering his research into the telecommunications industry through a PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Nadhila Noor has been recognised for excellence in her electrical and electronic engineering degree by winning the Telstra University Challenge.
Neelu Shrestha was volunteering in rural villages in Nepal when she became interested in engineering as a tool of improvement.
After completing an electrical engineering and automation degree in China, Peng Cao decided to expand his knowledge by studying the Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering).
Working as an electrician, Peter Knight decided to move his career into the field of electrical engineering. A scholarship winner, he hopes to work in the power generation, design and control field.
Philipp’s research into flexible and stretchable electronics contributes to the development of next generation wearable devices.
Wanting to extend his studies, Ranjan Rishi Chambial chose to study postgraduate electrical and electronic engineering at RMIT because of the degree’s practical focus and international opportunities.
Mixing an early fascination for electronics with his background in music recording, Robert Vasey is studying a degree in electrical and electronic engineering.
With a passion for electrical engineering, Samira Janghorban is undertaking research in the area of design and optimisation of magnetic components for power electronic converters.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business (International Business)
Shaurya Nagpal is learning about the engineering and business industries through a double degree in electrical and electronic engineering and international business.
Postgraduate studies in electrical and electronic engineering has given Shruti Nirantar a passion for research. She is working towards her goal of working as a researcher in the engineering field.
Master of Engineering (Electronic Engineering)
With an interest in electronics, Sruthi Kuriakose came to Australia from India to narrow her focus to fabrication through the Master of Engineering (Electronic Engineering).
Associate Degree in Engineering Technology
Stuart Miles’ talents lie in understanding and improving complex systems. He now applies this to electrical and electronic engineering and is ready to develop networks and systems for major employers.
After working at the Adani Power Plant in India, Suvasmita Srichandan enrolled in RMIT's Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering).