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Philip Clague

School of Computing, Electrical and Applied Technology
Location: Building 183, Room 3011


MED (Unitec), GDHE (Unitec)


Role and area of responsibility

  • Course Development
  • Lecturing in Electrotechnology
    - Certificate in Electrotechnology (Level 2)
    - Programme Leader


  • NZCE (Telecom) to stage 3
  • RNZAF Electical Mechanic
  • RNZAF Avionics Technician
  • RNZAF Teaching Practice Course
  • Senior non-commissioned Officers Qualification
  • ACC Industrial Safety Course

Current research

  • Investigating correlation between qualifications level at entry and course results
  • Investigating correlation between course duration and attendance levels
  • Development of electronic systems to assess acoustic resonance and damping in building materials

Current study

  • Graduate Diploma in Higher Education

Relevant work history

  • 5 years servicing analogue and digital imaging equipment
  • 2 years developing, installing and maintaining secure access systems
  • 20 years military avionics servicing
  • 2 years database administration
  • 5 years tutoring electronics


Clague, P., and Qi, T. (2008). A novel design of a savonius wind turbine water heating in residential settings. Moir, T., Alam, F., Potgieter, J., Diegel, O., and Xu, W. 15th International Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice (M2VIP 2008).

Clague, P., and West, S. (2006). Innovative product designs incorporating daylighting, ventilation, energy saving and generating technologies. Kibert, C. Sustainable construction: Proceedings of the First International Conference of CIB TG 16Rethinking Sustainable Construction 2006 'Next generation green buildings' (Vol. CD Rom).