The Master of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) reflects Flinders University’s strength over many years in instrumentation, control systems and robotics, including computer vision, renewable energy systems and electronics for medical devices. This degree will allow you to be a part of the next generation of electrical and electronic technology professionals.
Designing and developing electrical and electronic devices is the responsibility of professional engineers, who are playing an increasingly important role in the development of smart infrastructure for autonomous automotive vehicles, aerospace and maritime engineering; bioinstrumentation; intelligent robotics; environment monitoring, smart cities and a low-carbon economy.
Flinders specialises in research training for engineers, and the course offers you a choice of research projects in intelligent control, autonomous vehicles, robotics, image/signal processing, computer vision and robotics, renewable energy and bioinstrumentation. Staff are directly involved on industry projects involving unmanned underwater vehicles, video tracking, bioinstrumentation and environmental sensors.