Daniyal Noor graduated from RMIT's Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics & Communication) and now works to develop medical products as an Electronics Engineer at Grey Innovation.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic and Communication Engineering) (Honours)
Engineering is a field that requires constant learning. It fulfils my curiosity and allows me to change people's lives for the better.
Engineering is a field that requires constant learning. It fulfils my curiosity and allows me to change people’s lives for the better.
I always knew that I wanted to be involved in developing technologies. I remember taking apart all of my toys and even some home appliances when I was growing up.
RMIT appealed to me because it has strong industry relationships and some of the best lab facilities for electronics and communication.
I've had so many opportunities during my time at RMIT.
I led a team to develop an innovative smart water saving system, which was awarded an industry prize at the EnGenius Trade Fair, undertook a three-month internship at Cochlear in Sydney, and I was able to defer my last semester of study to complete a one-year internship at Fujitsu Technology Solution in Germany.
Through the Student Leadership Program I learned how to interact with people more effectively, which helps in the workplace too. In 2014, I received the Pro Vice-Chancellor Engineering Prize.
The course taught me problem solving, time management and leadership skills, but it also taught me how to learn more efficiently.
I'm currently working for Grey Innovation as an electronics engineer. My greatest achievement is being involved in developing three different medical products, each of which will help to improve people’s lives.
I'm driven, passionate and dedicated to furthering development of new technology.