School of Electrical and Information Engineering

This is an exciting time in Electrical and Information Engineering, as the nation turns to its top educational and research institutions for guidance about energy, environment, aging population and technology paradigm shifts. Electrical and information engineering disciplines provide solutions to the most critical problems facing the world today.

The School of Electrical and Information Engineering undertakes cutting-edge research across a wide range of engineering and information technology sub-disciplines, with focus on future energy networks, wireless engineering, computer, software and photonics engineering.

Over the years, the School has grown to host the largest research program in the Faculty of Engineering. We are particularly proud of the tradition of excellence of our graduate programmes and their rich variety. In many branches of Electrical and Information Engineering, the School has world-renowned experts amongst its staff. EIE Biannual Research Report

Latest News & Events

  • Professor Branka Vucetic elected to the Australian Academy of Science17 May 2017

    Branka Vucetic and IoT

    The outstanding contribution to science of Professor Branka Vucetic has been recognised through her election as a Fellow to the Australian Academy of Science(AAS). Professor Vucetic is an internationally recognised expert in coding theory and her research has created new technologies for smart phones, cellular networks and mobile internet, which are now essential for everyday life, business and education. Read more...

  • 2017 Scholarships and Prizes PresentationMay 2017

    scholarships 2017

    The 2017 Electrical and Information Engineering Prize Giving Presentation celebrated the achievements of our students for the 2016 academic year and acknowledged the support we receive from industry, government and the wider community. Read more...

  • Cutting-edge cameras reveal the secret life of dolphins23 Feb 2017

    Peter Jones cutting edge camera

    Cutting-edge, non-invasive cameras developed by EIE researcher, Dr Peter Jones, and mounted on wild dolphins off the coast of Kaikoura in New Zealand, give scientists a glimpse of mammal's underwater life. Read more...