Our graduates have gone on to fulfilling careers with our partners, other major national and international companies, tertiary institutions, or further studies in other prestigious universities. Below are a sample of our graduates.
Xiaohan (Sasha) Wang
'If you want to be someone that contributes to the innovation of technology in the future, UC engineering is a good platform...'
Tri's research is looking at techniques to enhance the performance of advanced receivers for radio systems.
Ryan is addressing the problem of pedestrian RF localisation techniques in the high clutter environment of a typical warehouse.
Kieran’s research involves enhancing the reliability and resilience of “smart” distribution grids.
Les's research looks at developing innovative maritime safety equipment which uses an automatic identification system (AIS).
Qing Ou is undertaking research in conjunction with Commtest. His research aims to find a wireless sensor solution for energy harvesting while having a special focus on vibrational energy.
Andy Shang is undertaking a research in wireless transceivers that receives signal from a source node and forwards an amplified version of the signal to a destination node.
William is focusing on new channel modelling methods and their applications in modern, mmWave wireless communications.
Sam’s research centres on evaluating two different vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication technologies to create industrial intelligent transportation systems.
The goal of Jackson’s research is to design application-layer coding techniques to improve the reliability of multicast data transfer in mission-critical wireless networks.
Zubia's research addresses the system design and analysis of a narrowband mission critical infrastructure for a smart grid Field Area Network.
Could this be you?
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