Meet our Engineering students


Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Majoring in Mechatronics Systems


“My time at ANU has proven to be uniquely challenging yet enriching. I have been provided with a diverse range of opportunities and tools, that have enabled me to further develop my academic and professional capabilities beyond the classroom.”​
“The degree’s systems engineering structure builds upon skills learnt in your first semester and bridges across disciplines. This provides an intuitive and contextualized understanding of engineering and its relevance in the world.”​
“I’ve really enjoyed the practical components of my courses – such as assembling electrical circuits and programming ‘Snake’ in Assembly.”

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Meet our Computing students

Meet our Flexible Double Degree students


Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)/Bachelor of Science


“I love the intersection between mathematics and computer science and I believe that being multi-disciplined expands one’s ability to be flexible in their approach and thus, contribute from varying lines of reason.

Our systems-inspired degree, when appreciated and fully realised is an extremely powerful skill set.”

“ANU is probably the most progressive in humanitarian engineering and trying to develop the interface between modern technologies and growing underdeveloped communities is both novel and extremely fulfilling.”

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Meet our Postgraduate students


Master of Engineering: Renewable Energy


“The Systems Engineering approach taught at ANU gives us the skills to contribute to cross-disciplinary problems. It’s shown me how to communicate engineering work and solutions, with both specialists and the general public. The program has equipped me with insight into complex practical and theoretical problems in the energy industry. I can also evaluate complex systems in terms of technical and social perspectives.”

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Master of Computing


"My Techlauncher project was really interesting – My teammates and I worked closely with our client, Research Graph, an open collaborative database that contains researchers, publications and other scholarly works, to make data extraction more specific, accurate and viewable. You meet great people, learn and work together with them, and become one of them. That’s how ANU taught me and changed me to become more forward thinking."

Learn more about Zhaolians' journey at ANU


PhD Nanomaterials for energy application


Ankita is completing her PhD in Nanomaterials for energy application and in 2017 she competed in the Three Minute Thesis competition, where she explained her PhD "Green Energy: Is it completely green?"

Ankita has found a wonderful support network within ANU that forms a “competitive yet supportive work culture striving to achieve perfection but are motivated, compassionate and kind.”​ “ANU has the best environment for both personal and professional growth. ​

You will meet amazing scientists, mentors and friends. With their support you will find it easy to achieve your career and life goals,” said Ankita.

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PhD in Computer Science


With a keen interest in psychology and technology, Chris has found the perfect balance as he completes his PhD with the Human Centred Computing Research Group.​ “As a big consumer of technology, I love the idea of being able to help influence and shape the development of better and more useful technology,” said Chris.​

“Across the university and with industry partnerships there are a lot of people who are well respected within the field, so it’s great to work alongside them on current issues”, said Chris.​

While completing his PhD, Chris is working as a cyber security analyst with the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). His placement is aligned with his current studies with his research skills, critical thinking, communication and personal responsibility a driving factor in his workplace success.​

Learn more about Chris' research
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