News: electrical and mechanical engineering
Saab’s Graduate Program is a two year program, which offers you the opportunity to work across two or three teams through structured rotations across the business. These rotations are individually tailored to your current skills and developmental needs, business requirements and individual preferences. Applications close 5 April 2021.
Wednesday 4 March is the first World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development. This year, we're sharing the great work engineers in ECMS are doing under the theme of: early warning and prevention.
Associate Professor Mathias Baumert from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, in collaboration with Professor Hagen Malberg and Dr Martin Schmidt (Dresden), were awarded a Lab2Lab grant by the Graduate Academy of Technical University Dresden, one of Germany's top universities for engineering.
Join this exciting new project to develop/test/verify an optimal bidding engine for an aggregator that can collect a sufficient amount of increased welfare, essential for developing a viable business model and investment in infrastructure.
There are currently a large number of internships ready to start in early 2021 available on CareerHub. See a selection here and apply today.
Internships enable you to develop connections with prospective employers through a range of practical projects, internships and industry-led teaching.
For IWD 2021, we will celebrate University of Adelaide women – staff, students and alumni – who have inspired or supported others through innovation, service, leadership and/or resilience during the past year. Nominations close 5 February 2021.
Codan, in partnership with The Playford Trust, is offering PhD scholarships valued at $35,000.
Apple have various roles in their Wireless Power Technology team in Auckland, New Zealand suitable for Bachelor, Masters and PhD students in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science disciplines. Applications close 6 Feb 2021.
Congratulations to Dr. Withawat Withayachumnankul from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for being the International Society of Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves' (IRMMW-THz Society) Young Scientist Award.