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Our researchers bespeak many prestigious awards for the publication of ground-breaking research and numerous distinguished presentation roles at large international conferences.
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Latest News & Events

Vijay Sivaraman
29 July 2014

A/Prof Vijay Sivaraman was interviewed by Sydney Morning Herald. 

Francois team
10 July 2014

Congratulations to Prof Francois Ladouceur, Dr Zourab Brodzeli and Dr Leonardo Silvestri.

Seed Funding
9 July 2014

The School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications is offering initial seed funding to support an exciting new project of your choice run by a committed group of students. 

 

6 September 2014
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30 October 2014
8.45am

dropBear Labs

dropBear Labs

Drop Bear Lab

The adoption of digital camera technology has been staggering in recent years, through advances in dedicated digital cameras as well as smartphones. Yet on the face of such widespread adoption, we mostly stand as mere consumers of these devices. Few people would actually understand the processes that are involved between pressing a button and having an image file saved on their SD card.

Quantum Electronics and Quantum Computing

Landmark in quantum computing

Quantum electronic devices and quantum computing

The computer industry already sells microchips containing transistors as small as 22 nm – that’s about 50 atoms across. At that scale, the laws of Quantum Mechanics start to apply, and require a profound re-thinking of how to engineer new devices.

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EET Alumnus Rami Banna

Wearable Technology: Rami Banna at TEDxLondonBusinessSchool 2014

EE&T alumnus Rami Banna recently spoken at a TEDx event in London on Wearable Technology. His talk received a huge amounts of global attention. Rami worked at Cochlear for many years and is now halfway through his MBA at London Business School. 

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