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Our department is home to three specialisations – Computer Systems, Electrical and Electronic, and Software Engineering – that play significant roles in our modern society.
We offer three major specialisations at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering Professor Gerard Rowe has been named an Engineering NZ Fellow.
See how theory, real-life project, presentation skills, and industry play a role in the Part IV project, a core component of our undergraduate degree.
Read more about our milestones and opportunities for PhD students.
Find out more about the impact we've made with our robotics research and how we're gearing up to face the biggest challenges in the field.
See how our expertise and environments help us retain our positions as research pioneers and innovators.
Our Courses and Careers Paths tool is intended as a guide to link our department's offerings to your intended career pathway.
Safa Al-Sachit has had her research celebrated at the 2018 Electricity Engineers’ Association conference.
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