Some computers in the labs are configured with dual booting to Windows and Linux/ (Real Time Application Interface for Linux).
Generally Ph D students are allocated their own individual computers by a Professional Officer.
The goal of research is the publication, public demonstration or practical application of research findings.
Disciplinary contributions differ widely, as do the media through which research achievements are communicated to other scholars and to the wider society, but the end-product is a statement of some kind: a publication, a conference presentation, a patent, an architectural design or some other result produced to standards and conventions determined by a national and international peer group.
Queries regarding any aspect of the weighted average system should be sent by email to Gladys Fong in the first instance.
New honour policy for new programs commencing in 2015: Honour Class 1: WAM of at least 80 and thesis mark of at least 65.All school's teaching laboratories have computers connected to the Internet through the Campus network.The software installed in each laboratory varies depending on the course requirements such as Cadence, ADS and PSIM.All new Ph D and Masters research students must complete and pass three courses (18 UOC) approved by the Head of School, normally in the first year of their course.These are selected in consultation with Supervisors.Honour Class 2/1: WAM of at least 75 and thesis mark of at least 65.Honour Class 2/2: WAM of at least 65 and thesis mark of at least 65.All students admitted to a research program in the School are required to attend an induction workshop organised by the Faculty of Engineering. This workshop is not a course, there is no exam and is additional to the requirements of the program.Please see details at Research Induction Workshops The Master of Engineering is 1.5 years of advanced study, which involves 3 courses and research leading to the submission of an original thesis.The duration is affected by your level, project, time available and study program and in special cases may be reduced or extended.Please note that International Students are expected to study full time Entry Requirements: An Honours degree in engineering or a related discipline from a tertiary institution recognised by UNSW.