Department of Electronic Engineering

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Welcome to the Department of Electronic Engineering. We are one of the UK's leading departments in Electronic Engineering.

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We offer a range of rewarding taught MSc programmes.‌

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See available PhD research projects and studentships or browse the Department's research portfolio and publications database.

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Read about the careers of recent graduates from our undergraduate and postgraduate  courses.

Welcome

Welcome to the Department of Electronic Engineering, a department dedicated to world-leading research and teaching in Electronic Engineering. Our research groups play significant roles on the national and international stage, collaborating with major industries and securing funding from research councils. In the latest REF assessment, 87% of our work was assessed as world leading or internationally excellent. With respect to our teaching, in the most recent NSS survey in 2016 we were rated in the top 10 nationally for teaching quality (for the third year running) and in the top 5 for academic support. We offer a wide range of degree programmes specifically designed to educate you to be a world class engineer and maximise your full potential. 

Prof. Jon Timmis
Head of Department

Events

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The CHERI capability model: Revisiting RISC in an age of risk

2.00PM, PL002

Professor Simon Moore, University of Cambridge

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Graduate Destinations

Read about the careers of recent graduates from our undergraduate and postgraduate  courses.

Supporting Women in Engineering

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The Department of Electronic Engineering holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. Find out more about the Department's work in this area on our Women in Engineering pages.

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News

PhD student thesis accepted for the Springer Series

Posted on Thursday 30 March 2017

PhD student, José Juan-Colás, from the Department of Electronic Engineering has recently had his thesis accepted for the Springer Theses series 2017, as recognition for outstanding PhD research.


DNA rotary nanomotor

Posted on Friday 24 March 2017

Dr Katherine Dunn, from the Department of Electronic Engineering, has developed a DNA nanomotor that is designed to rotate autonomously. The machine is an artificial device made from chemically synthesized DNA and the underlying technology has potential applications in molecular processing, DNA computing, biomedical sensing and photonics.


A new NUS publication features Dave Chesmore's work on environmental electronics & sustainable engineering

Posted on Monday 13 March 2017

Dave Chesmore has had an article about his work on environmental electronics & sustainable engineering published by the NUS as part of an open resource to demonstrate that sustainability can - and should - be embedded into any curriculum.