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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

We conduct research that solves real-world issues and combine it with a quality learning experience for students led by acknowledged experts.

Our staff

Meet our experts

Professor Carol Dickenson
Position
Provost
Division / Faculty
Office of the Provost,
School of Chancellery
Email
Professor Mark Harvey
Position
Vice-President (Business Development)
Division / Faculty
Office of the Vice-President(Business Development),
School of Office of the Vice-President(Business Development)
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Professor Kevin Ashford-Rowe
Position
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Digital Learning)
Division / Faculty
Digital Learning Portfolio,
School of Learning & Teaching Unit
Email
Professor Helen Klaebe
Position
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate Research and Development)
Division / Faculty
Graduate Research & Development,
School of Research and Research Training Office
Research fields
Performing Arts and Creative Writing
Communication and Media Studies
Film, Television and Digital Media
Email
Professor Suzi Derbyshire
Position
DVC (Learning & Teaching)
Division / Faculty
Office of the DVC (Learning & Teaching),
School of Learning & Teaching Unit
Research field
Visual Arts and Crafts
Email
Distinguished Professor Arun Sharma
Position
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research and Innovation)
Division / Faculty
Research & Innovation - DVC Office,
School of Research and Commercialisation - DVC Office
Research fields
Computation Theory and Mathematics
Computer Software
Email
Professor Scott Sheppard
Position
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (International)
Division / Faculty
International - DVC Office,
School of International - DVC Office
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Professor John Humphrey
Position
Executive Dean
Division / Faculty
Law Dean - Office,
School of Faculty Office (Law)
Email
Professor Carol Nicoll
Position
Executive Dean, Faculty of Education
Division / Faculty
Faculty Office - Education,
School of Faculty of Education
Research field
Education Systems
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Professor Mandy Thomas
Position
Executive Dean, Creative Industries Faculty
Division / Faculty
Deans Office,
School of Creative Industries - Deans Office
Research field
Performing Arts and Creative Writing
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Professor Gordon Wyeth
Position
Executive Dean
Division / Faculty
Dean's Office,
School of Dean's Office
Research field
Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
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Professor Robina Xavier
Position
Executive Dean
Division / Faculty
Executive Dean's Office - Business,
School of Administration Services - Business
Research field
Marketing
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Courses

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Data Analytics

"There is a large and growing demand in industry for skilled data analytic professionals. Organisations need to unlock the value of data to make better decisions to be more effective and efficient. We are excited to offer our new data analytics courses to provide our graduates with state-of-the-art knowledge and skills to keep them at cutting edge of this rapidly evolving field."

Dr Helen Thompson - Senior Lecturer in Statistics

Master of Data Analytics

Electrical Engineering

"What attracted me to engineering was the chance to put critical thinking into practise, and work as an inventor to solve real world problems. While studying I was involved with the Girls in Engineering Making Statements club and the Big Sister / Little Sister mentoring program, which gives the higher year students a chance to help the first and second year students settle in."

Deanna Hood

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical)

Information Technology

"I chose QUT based on reputation. The infrastructure and the lab facilities were great. I'm now with Google and get to enjoy lots of travel. It has, hands-down, the best company culture with constant learning opportunities."

David Wearing

Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Science)

Undergraduate courses

Single degrees

Double degrees

Honours

Video game development at QUT

We host one of the longest running Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments courses in Australia. We provide a simulated startup environment for students to emulate the process of developing a game as a team.

Our graduate showcase is attended by industry professionals and exhibits the best polished and published games by our final-year students.

Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments

Our research

We are leading the way in the fields of:

  • robotics
  • data science
  • autonomous systems
  • information security
  • power engineering
  • computer vision
  • computer-human interaction.

Our research strength in robotics and computer vision has seen QUT appointed as leader of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision, which has received funding for a seven-year research program.

Other research projects include:

  • investigating biometrics for security
  • development of terrestrial and marine autonomous systems
  • data mining
  • cryptography and network security.

Our teaching

Our school is a leader in delivering world-class teaching and research outcomes, offering advanced, relevant and modern courses designed for the real world and underpinned by our award-winning research.

Students learn from experienced lecturers and professors who work within multidisciplinary research teams at the cutting edge of science and engineering, and who collaborate closely with industry and business.

We prepare students for success in the workplace by sharing the latest in technical knowledge and the best in industry practice.

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