Academic staff in the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications are passionate educators. 30% of academic staff won faculty, university or national teaching awards in the past 10 years. The School has a proud history of education innovation. Two recent examples are the world’s first Bachelor of Quantum Engineering and (during COVID) a breakthrough way to deliver practical skills via remote laboratories. Many courses have undergone digital uplift, providing world-class learning resources to complement class interactions.
The recently refurbished ($104M), award-winning Electrical Engineering Building, with thousands of square metres of brand new teaching and research labs, the Real-time Digital Simulation Laboratory, the largest in any university world-wide, the Australian National Fabrication Facility, capable of producing sub-20nm semiconductor device features, the Joint National Fibre Facility, to name just a few.
Take a tour of some of our teaching labs (including for quantum engineering), and have a look at our world-leading remote laboratories, which bring the lab bench to our students wherever they are during COVID.