Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Computer class

Welcome to the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. 

We design our courses with the help of industry experts, and focus on:

  • Practical skills
  • Placement
  • Projects

Our courses include:

  • Software and electronic engineering
  • Electrical services and automation engineering
  • Industry course in Industrial Automation
  • Industry course in IT Networking

 

CONTACT DETAILS
Head of Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Des O'Reilly
Tel: +353 91 742203
Email: Des O'Reilly

School Office
Jacinta Hennelly
Tel: +353 91 742201
Email: Jacinta Hennelly

Paula Melady
Tel: +353 91 742251
Email: Paula Melady

What's Happening

The 10th annual GMIT International Construction Management Conference took place on 3 March, in the GMIT Dublin Road campus with over 350 delegates attending various sessions throughout the day.

Delegates attending the GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference in GMIT (Photo by Staunton Media)

The 7th Annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference was held at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday 7th March, hosted by the Department of Building and Civil Engineering.

Latest News

GMIT Textiles technician Kelly Roberts at work making her reusable face coverings for nursing home use and for GMIT staff who opt to use them.

A member of staff in GMIT’s School of Design and Creative Arts has been putting her creative skills and resources to invaluable use since April, making hundreds of reusable face coverings for use in nursing homes and more recently for GMIT staff who opt to wear them on return to campus.

Rosie Norton from Westport and in the background Emma Donoghue from Ballycastle working on their pieces for the final year exhibition by students on the part-time BA in Contemporary Art Practices in GMIT Mayo. The exhibition goes live on Friday 5 June, 6pm

An exciting exhibition of artwork by students on the GMIT Mayo BA in Contemporary Art Practices course will be unveiled online, instead of on campus, going live on Zoom on Friday, 5 June at 6 pm.  This will be the first of several virtual exhibitions this summer, showcasing the work of GMIT desig