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Why Engineering at Medway?. Mark Clements Program Leader Computer Networking. How to do Engineering. Take an idea for a new product or system. E.g. networked communication system. Put idea into production. Sell lots of these. Get rich!. General Engineering R&D.

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why engineering at medway

Why Engineering at Medway?

Mark Clements

Program Leader

Computer Networking

how to do engineering
How to do Engineering

Take an idea for a new product or system.

E.g. networked communication system.

Put idea into production.

Sell lots of these.

Get rich!

general engineering r d
General Engineering R&D

New idea arrives.

  • List the specifications.
  • Research methods & hardwares & softwares.
  • Implementation.
  • Produce prototype.
  • Evaluate prototype.


Final implementation of the Idea.

engineering technologies
Engineering Technologies
  • Need to understand how one system works and its requirements.
  • Need to know how systems may be networked together.
  • Need to know how to write software and converse with software engineers.
  • Need to know how to present your ideas.
    • PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Rhetoric etc.
network engineering involves
Network Engineering involves:
  • Problem solving.
  • Subject knowledge.
  • Following industry standard configurations and protocols.
  • Measurement and planning of network and system requirements and resources.
  • Lateral thinking to combine different technologies.
tools available to students
Tools Available to Students
  • Virtual Machines for network hacking.
    • Wireshark, nmap, metasploit, brute force attacks.
    • Windows & LINUX servers.
  • Netlab server for router configuration.
  • Cisco Packet Tracer for network design.
  • Free operating system & application downloads.
cisco ccna and ccnp
Cisco CCNA and CCNP
  • Available to all Engineering students.
  • Will take 1 year to complete CCNA.
  • Involves much hands-on work.
  • Making cables, troubleshooting, router configuration, network design.
  • Industry qualification – good wages.
any questions
Any Questions?
  • Please feel free to ask any question concerning the University and the courses we offer.
  • Email: cm34@gre.ac.uk
  • Thank you.