The School of Electronic Engineering congratulates Dr Gabriel-Miro Muntean on the publication of his latest book, entitled 'Innovative, Technology-Based Solutions for Primary, Secondary and Tertiary STEM Education'. Co-authored with Dr Cristina Hava Muntean and Dr Diana Bogusevschi, the book focuses upon innovative technologies and pedagogies, including adaptive multimedia and multiple sensorial media, virtual reality, fabrication, [...]
The DCU School of Electronic Engineering opened its doors to the public on November 17th and 18th as part of the DCU Open Days 2017.In addition to a wide range of presentations and demonstrations in the Stokes Building (S Building), students had the opportunity to talk informally to staff and current students to hear first-hand [...]
According to the Telegraph, prospective university students set on making their millions should sign up for engineering lectures.Read the full article here.
Read IEEE Spectrum's Where the Jobs Are: 2017. The keyword used in describing electrical engineering job trends this year is “high,” says Angela Keller, vice president of recruiting at the U.S. employment firm Randstad Engineering: “High growth, high salaries, high demand, high competition among hiring companies.”