We address the grand challenges in human health and wellbeing through transdisciplinary and translatable bioengineering research.
Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering research
We deliver interdisciplinary research in advanced sensors, bio-technologies, power, and radio and acoustic waves.
We carry out research to better understand and combat the impact of extreme weather events on our natural and built environments.
We are providing industry with the technologies, materials, tools and skills to achieve a truly sustainable manufacturing sector.
We are developing the novel materials, innovative structures and sustainable processes needed to solve major environmental, societal and technical challenges.
We are connecting, enhancing and expanding research in energy networks, bio-based energy, offshore renewables, life-cycle assessments and more.
Our methodologies can predict energy usage profiles and peak demand by monitoring only ~ 0.01% of the substations in an electricity distribution network.
Through space-based communication research we’ve influenced public policy and security. Our algorithms help keep GPS systems functioning and accurate.
Our researchers are developing unique lab-on-chip technology for faster and more accurate detection and diagnosis of COVID-19.
The oil industry can use imaging to detect different components within multiphase flows. Our research in this area led to the founding of two startup companies.
Dr Neil Hindley has been awarded funding for a five-year Independent Research Fellowship that could lead to more accurate whole-atmosphere models.
We'll help you prepare your application for external funding opportunities and host your fellowship at Bath.
Find out about the latest funded and self-funded PhD project and studentship opportunities in our Department and Doctoral Training Centres.
For her postgraduate research degree, Leen Jabban, is researching sensory feedback for hand and arm prosthetics using non-invasive techniques.