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.

Latest News & Events

  • Author of the top 1% most highly cited papers 4 August 2016

    Abbas Jamalipour worldwide recognition

    Author of the top 1% most highly cited papers in the field of Wireless Networking worldwide, Prof Abbas Jamalipour is also being invited by the Council of Canadian Academies to comment on research strengths in his research field globally.

  • Worldwide recognition for Prof Robert Minasian3 August 2016

    Robert Minasian worldwide recognition

    Congratulations to Professor Robert Minasian for being recognised as an author of one of the top 1% most highly cited papers in Fibre-optics and Photonics research field worldwide. This follows a 2016 analysis by the Council of Canadian Academies, who recognised Professor Minasian as a leading researcher and have invited Prof Minasian to survey worldwide research strengths. This is a real honour and recognition for Prof Minasian, and truly contributes to the school's research excellence.

  • 1st Prize Winner in the IEEE Australia Council Student Paper Contest1 Aug 2016

    IEEE Australia Council Student Paper Contest Winner

    Electrical and Information Engineering student, Rizhong Khang, currently a 1st yr MPhil. candidate in the Centre for Future Energy Network (CFEN) has won the first prize in the 2015 IEEE Australia Council Student Paper Contest (UG section). Read more...