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Electronic engineering, like electrical engineering, is concerned with electrical systems. However, electronic engineering is more concerned with light current systems, where electricity is used as a carrier of information, such as computers, televisions, CD players, etc.
This course has a comprehensive treatment of both the hardware and software components of modern computer systems, with particular attention paid to the special principles involved in the design of high-quality software. Students can specialise in either mobile robotics, image processing, digital signal processing, digital electronic systems.
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Electronic engineers are employed in many different fields - transport, telecommunications, electricity supply, etc. the rapidly -expanding Irish software development sector is also a particularly common first destination for graduates.
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Deborah took the advice of her Guidance Counsellor and went to study Electronic Engineering at DCU (Dublin City University). After her four year course, she secured a placement with Intel through ICT Ireland. She now works directly on the production process in the manufacture of semi-conductors at Intel's facility in Leixlip.
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John Traynor works as a Development Analyst at CRH in Belgard Castle in Dublin. He holds a B.Eng in Electronic Engineering from DCU and a M.Sc Electronic Engineering from Trinity College. He did an MBA in the Smurfit Business School in 2007, which allowed him to change roles completely and move away from a purely engineering role and get more involved in the business functions of new company in a new industry.