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Electrical & Electronic Engineering - Research

Electrical & Electronic Engineering at NUI Galway has three research priorities:
- Biomedical Electronics, Biometrics and Bio-inspired Electronics

- Signal Processing and Communications

- Power Electronics and Energy Conversion

Parallel with these research priorities is a significant technological capability in Embedded Systems Design, which has potential application across all of Electrical & Electronic Engineering research priorities but which has demonstrated particular application in Biomedical, Biometrics & Bio-inspired Electronics and in Signal Processing & Communications.

Entry requirements

PhD—high Honours standard in the primary degree.

MEngSc—Bachelor of Engineering (honours) or equivalent, at Second Class Honours Grade One level or above.

MApplSc — Honours degree from a recognised university or third level college or a Pass degree with at least three years relevant experience.

ME — Bachelor of Engineering degree and have proven engineering or research experience in a position of considerable responsibility.

Duration

Course Code: PhD (part-time) 1PE1 MEngSc (full-time) 1ES11; MEngSc (part-time); 1ES12 MApplSc (full-time) 1APR1; MApplSc (part-time) 1APR2 ME (full-time) 1ME1; ME (part-time) 1ME2

PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), part-time
MEngSc (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), full-time
MEngSc (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), part-time
MApplSc (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), full-time
MApplSc (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), part-time
ME (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), full-time
ME (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), part-time

Further enquiries

Research areas

Research Areas

Biomedical Electronics, Biometrics and Bio-inspired Electronics

Signal Processing and Communications

Power Electronics and Energy Conversion

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