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

  • New mental health support for youth 11 Apr 2016

    Rafael Calvo on channel 7

    Prof Rafael Calvo, Director of Software Engineering at Electrical and Information Engineering, teamed up with Reachout.com to develop an online tool which helps volunteers to better respond to users in need of help. Watch more...

  • Duncan Moss secures Intel internship6 Apr 2016

    Intel internship

    Algorithms designed by Duncan Moss, a researcher and PhD candidate in the School of EIE, "will allow Datacentres to run with less power but just as efficiently". Read more...

  • National recognition for our student Taha Shakoh2 Apr 2016

    IET PATW 2016 finalist

    Taha Shakoh, a postgraduate student majoring in Embedded Systems at EIE, is representing NSW in this year's Institution of Engineering and Technology Present Around The World (IET PATW) Competition Final with his presentation "A Mixing and Central Delivery System for Dialysis Concentrates". Read more...

  • Breakthrough technology to improve cyber security 21 Mar 2016

    Breakthrough technology to improve cyber security

    Co-author and Professor of Computer Systems, Philip Leong, who developed the high-speed electronics crucial for the advance, said he was particularly excited by the prospect of further exploring the marriage of photonics and electronics to develop new architectures for quantum problems. Read more...