You’ll discover the technology behind communications, healthcare, transport and energy to advance the next generation of applications, products and devices.
Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
We deliver undergraduate and postgraduate courses and specialise in electronic and electrical engineering research.
Put your theory into practice with a year-long, paid placement during your engineering degree. You could earn between £14,000 and £25,000.
Our group and individual projects give you the chance to work on problems relevant to industry and develop your technical, business and management skills.
Patrick McLaughlin spent his placement year working as a Systems Engineer at the Centre for Modelling & Simulation.
Students in the Faculty of Engineering & Design post about projects, placements, research and study experiences.
We run visit days for our undergraduate degree offer holders on a regular basis between October and April. Find out why you should attend one.
Find out about the MSc courses we offer in the Department.
Find out more about our PhD programme.
Find out about the latest funded and self-funded PhD project and studentship opportunities in our Department and Doctoral Training Centres.
Our CDT goes beyond the traditional engineering disciplines to bring together students from backgrounds in sciences, mathematics and social sciences.
We deliver interdisciplinary research in advanced sensors, bio-technologies, power, and radio and acoustic waves.
Through space-based communication research we’ve influenced public policy and security. Our algorithms help keep GPS systems functioning and accurate.
New smartphone-sized test device uses innovative ‘lab on chip’ technology for rapid, accurate results
Our methodologies can predict energy usage profiles and peak demand by monitoring only ~ 0.01% of the substations in an electricity distribution network.
For her postgraduate research degree, Leen Jabban, is researching sensory feedback for hand and arm prosthetics using non-invasive techniques.
Electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve could lead to new treatments for a wide range of diseases and disorders including epilepsy, depression and arthritis