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Electronics Materials, Circuits & Systems Research Unit (EMaCS)

We advance technologies in electronics materials, circuits and systems to develop the sensors, power electronics and applications of the future.

Our research community

Our Unit is home to interdisciplinary electronic and electrical engineering researchers.

Our projects

From sensors to power electronics, we are working across the electronics spectrum.


Our staff have access to a range of facilities available for students, researchers and companies to use.

David Bullett Nanofabrication Facility

Some equipment in the David Bullett Nanofabrication Facility

We provide access and training on specialist equipment for micro-scale and nano-scale fabrication for University of Bath researchers and external organisations.

Student competition teams

We support and mentor some of our student competition teams. Find out more about them.

Team Bath Racing Electric

Three students work on electric car

Team Bath Racing Electric (TBRe) is the UK’s top electric Formula Student team and the first UK electric team to compete abroad.

Team Bath Drones

close up of a drone being constructed in a lab

Team Bath Drones is a group of final-year engineering undergraduate students who work to build a competitive autonomous Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS).

About us

The Electronics Materials, Circuits & Systems Research Unit (EMaCS) is home to electronic and electrical engineering researchers investigating sensors, power electronics, and higher-level electronics applications. We aim to promote interdisciplinary research and provide a hub to support the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering's applied research.

Contact us

If you have any questions about our research activity or would like to collaborate with us, then contact one of our Co-Directors.