School for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

Building a more secure, sustainable society through world-class research and teaching.

Our culturally diverse School encompasses the disciplines of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering.

Our world-class scholars, alumni, and students push the boundaries of engineering and science – inventing new technologies, launching successful startups, managing technology companies – positively impacting society in South Australia, the nation, and beyond. 

Diversity and inclusion statement About us

Our disciplines

Research and collaboration

HDR opportunities

Expand your industry connections and discipline-specific skills with one of four PhD and Masters-level research degrees.  

HDR opportunities

Study with us

Learn from our world-renowned researchers and academics to make innovative discoveries in one of the world's most pioneering environments.  

Study with us

State-of-the-art facilities

Access cutting-edge research centres and facilities to make breakthroughs in engineering and science.  


Latest news

University of Adelaide academics elected as IEEE Fellows

The University of Adelaide’s Associate Professor Mathias Baumert and Adjunct Associate Professor Luke Rosenberg have been elected as IEEE Fellows for their impactful contributions to biomedical technologies and radar image formation, respectively. This accolade demonstrates the university’s leadership in technological advancement.

AUMT Wins First Place at 2023 Formula SAE-A competition for Endurance of Electric Vehicle

Adelaide University’s Motorsport Team (AUMT) won first place in the Electric Vehicle Endurance Event at the 2023 Formula SAE-A competition, hosted by the Society of Automotive Engineers Australasia (SAE-A). This showcases AUMT’s leadership in electric vehicle engineering amongst university-level peers.


Find your degree

Search Degree Finder for undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and postgraduate research degrees, subjects and careers.