This specialisation allows you to develop advanced knowledge and the ability to exploit the central role of materials in addressing the present technical, economic and environmental problems involved in the design and construction of engineering structures, processes and devices. The specialisation encompasses practical aspects of the key classes of materials such as metals, polymers, biomaterials, nanomaterials and energy-related materials. It particularly focuses on the most up-to-date aspects of the field, along with the utilisation of materials and their electronic, chemical and mechanical properties as underpinned by the microstructures that are revealed by modern characterisation techniques. The specialisation is suitable for new graduates, professionals and managers who are keen to upgrade their existing design and management skills as well as to develop advanced theoretical and applied knowledge in the area of materials engineering.
Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.
Part C. Technical elective units (24 points)
Students complete four technical elective units from the following:
Note: Not all units will be available each year.
- Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing
- Modelling of materials
- Advanced ceramics and applications
- Materials and environment
- Engineering alloy design, processing and selection
- Biomaterials II
- Engineering with nanomaterials
- Electron microscopy
Part D. Discipline core units (24 points)
Students complete four discipline core units:
- Advanced materials characterisation and experimental methods
- Advanced polymeric materials
- Environmental durability and protection of metals and engineering materials
- Advanced photovoltaics and energy storage
Successful completion of this postgraduate specialisation can be counted towards meeting the requirements for the following single degree:
- E6001 Master of Advanced Engineering
Students in other degrees are not eligible to complete this specialisation.