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Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (ECSE). ECSE is an extremely diverse department specialising in telecommunications, RFID, biomedical engineering, robotics, sensing, vision, systems-on-a-chip and smart energy systems. These applications are based on fundamental research in electronics, photonics, signal processing, communications theory, artificial intelligence, real-time software, optimization, electromagnetics and numerical modeling.

Electrical engineering is an interesting field that encompasses disciplines such as electricity, electromagnetism and electronics. Electrical engineering also covers subjects like power, control systems, electronics, signal processing and telecommunications.

There is need to conduct electrical engineering research which will help to focus on modern day challenges regarding various aspects of electronic and electrical engineering.






L to R: Dr Alan Finkel, Professor Geoffrey Webb and Professor Jean Armstrong

International recognition for Monash academics

Three Monash University academics have been recognised for their outstanding accomplishments by the prestigious Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
The Bionic Eye offers hope of restored vision to humankind and has the potential to change tens of thousands of lives.

$3M funding takes Monash Bionic Vision closer

The Monash Vision Group (MVG) moves a step closer to clinical trials of its Bionic Eye, thanks to landmark donations from two respected business leaders.
The EyeWear prototype

Monash duo win international accolade for wearable computer

Monash researchers have scooped an award at an international symposium on wearable computers.
2009 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Alumni of the Year  Megan Wheatley

Engineering Awards Dinner

The Faculty of Engineering hosted its Awards Presentation Night at the Novotel on 24 June 2014.