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Our research is opening doors to new and better approaches. Discover what we're working on, and how you can make the move from expert to specialist.
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From tiny electronics to gigantic structures, we're having an impact. Explore our engineering departments at Clayton and Malaysia to see what we can offer you.
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"Monash has a strong and active alumni network. We are proud to see their contributions and impact across the region."
"I wanted a chance to contribute to society, as well as to expand my capability as a professional company director."
"In the very distant future, I’d like to see the realisation of some things currently considered science fiction."
"Technical ability gives you credibility as a leader."
"Work hard, be a good team player, and an even better person, and good things will happen."
"Although I’ve never been an engineer in a traditional, chartered sense, my work requires a solid understanding of engineering principles as they pertain to human physiology and patient safety."
From her front row seat, Iris observes how technologies continue to transform our everyday lives.
"Working for a large organisation, these assist you in building your networks, and delivering outstanding results"
"Advancements in machine learning and artificial intelligence have made science fiction a reality."