Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
Solving complex electrical generation, transmission and computer system challenges
The Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering delves deep into the world of technology, giving students a thorough understanding of how electronics work.
Gain knowledge on advanced programming techniques, discover new computer languages and networks, learn how to build complicated electronic circuits and specialise in the design and testing of electrical devices.
Our Research Groups
- Microelectronics Research Group
- Power And Clean Energy (PACE) Research Group
- Signal Processing and Recognition Lab
- Optical and Biomedical Engineering
- Control Systems Research Group
- Signal Processing for Wireless Communication Laboratory
- Robotics and Automation
- The UWA Renewable Energy Vehicle Project (REV)
- Engineering and Science Education Society and Work
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
A degree in Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering creates opportunities for you to develop sustainable energy solutions, design new technologies, solve detailed computer problems and work with some of the world’s best minds.
Our graduates have stepped into varied careers in the robotics, transport, software and aerospace industries, working with companies such as Microsoft, Google, the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia and The Spaceship Company.
Interested in becoming an electrical and electronic engineer?
Complete any undergraduate bachelor’s degree at UWA with a major in Engineering Science, followed by the Master of Professional Engineering course, selecting the Electrical and Electronic Engineering specialisation.
Bachelor of Automation and Robotics
The Bachelor of Automation and Robotics will provide you with the broad multidisciplinary knowledge and skills that industry requires of people working in robotics, automation and Industry 4.0.
Combining relevant aspects from all engineering disciplines, software development, electronic hardware design and mechatronics, this course will cover the principles, design and operation of industrial robot manipulators as well as intelligent autonomous robots and self-driving vehicles.
The Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering works with a number of industry partners to ensure our graduates get the best headstart on their careers.
These partnerships include:
- Lycopodium Engineering
- Western Power
- MO Consultants
- MRX Technologies
- Measurement Innovation
- Advantage Air
- Atlas Copco
- Alcoa of Australia
- Stealth Technologies
- EV Works
The Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering Industry Advisory Panel members can be found here