Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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Bespoke LED celebrates Bath's research

Student designs a bespoke ‘Bath’ LED to celebrate department's expertise in energy-efficient lighting

How close are we to a real Star Trek-style medical tricorder?

Dr Despina Moschou, Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Writes for The Conversation.

Students build lunar rover: Aqua Lunae

A team of eight engineering students has been working on a small lunar rover model for a national competition.

Leading Design-for-Test assignments in an expert environment

Mafalda tells us about working as a Digital design & verification intern at Intel Corporation for her electronic and electrical engineering placement.

Team Bath Racing Electric look forward to Silverstone 2017

Stefano Dallavalle tells us about being Project Manager of Team Bath Racing Electric

Manuch Soleimani leads two Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Professor Manuch Soleimani from the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering will lead projects with Niftylift Ltd and Oil & Gas Measurement Ltd, worth over £450k for a total of five and a half years.

New research on Northern Lights will improve satellite navigation accuracy

Researchers at the University of Bath have gained new insights into the mechanisms of the Northern Lights, providing an opportunity to develop better satellite technology that can negate outages caused by this natural phenomenon.

Navtech KTP graded ‘Outstanding’

Navtech provides innovative radar surveillance solutions for industries focused on safety & security

Finding a better way to detect plastic landmines

Carl Tholin-Chittenden, PhD student in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, blogs about his work for Sir Bobby Charlton’s Find A Better Way charity

Establishing UK-Turkey research links

Bath Biosensor Network hosted a four-day workshop for early career researchers from ten UK universities and ten Turkish universities to promote scientific collaborations between the two countries.

Improving prostate cancer diagnosis & prognosis

The University hosted the PROSENSE Conference on Prostate Cancer Diagnosis in September, as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Developing affordable, comfortable prosthetics

Fun, stress, excitement, uncertainty: Oscar Rovira (Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student), writes about overcoming the problem of costly and uncomfortable prosthetics, particularly for mine victims in war-torn countries.

PhD student presents 3D-imaging research on landmines

PhD researcher Carl Tholin-Chittenden (Electronics & Electrical Engineering) presented his latest developments from the Find A Better Way funded project at the University of Bath at the 8th World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography at Iguassu Falls, Brazil, last week.

Imaging research symposium with Nat History Museum

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, our Engineering Tomography Lab (ETL) group hosted the fourth Tomography for Scientific Advancement symposium (ToScA), which was run in association with the Natural History Museum (NHM) and Royal Microscopic society (RMS).

Pedro Estrela edits book on biosensors

Dr Pedro Estrela (Electronic & Electrical Engineering) is the guest editor of the book "Biosensor Technologies for Detection of Biomolecules" published by the Biochemical Society and Portland Press as a volume of the journal Essays in Biochemistry.

Fast, accurate 3D X-ray image construction

We are collaborating with CERN to improve imaging and reduce radiation doses for cancer patients

Working with Uni of São Paulo, Brazil

Dr Pedro Estrela's collaboration to develop biosensors for detecting prostate & breast cancer