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News 2019

Department welcomes Arkwright Engineering Scholarships winners

Posted on Tuesday 3 December 2019

The Department of Electronic Engineering is sponsoring two A level students who have been awarded Arkwright Engineering Scholarships.

Gianluca Tempesti gives keynote talk on the ‘GRACEFUL’ project at ICSTCC 2019

Posted on Tuesday 26 November 2019

“Continuous On-Line Adaptation in Many-Core Systems: The GRACEFUL Project" discussed Gianluca's project and its new approaches to multi-processor computing architecture.

This is Engineering Day 2019

Posted on Wednesday 6 November 2019

We’re joining forces with the Royal Academy of Engineering to change the image of engineering.

CHAPA hosts second industrial workshop

Posted on Tuesday 29 October 2019

The thriving High Altitude Platform (HAP) community reunited at York again to attend the second industry focused workshop hosted by the Centre for High Altitude Platform Applications (CHAPA) on 17 September 2019.

Dr Nils Morozs trials underwater acoustic network in Israel

Posted on Wednesday 16 October 2019

Two successful trials showcase new networking protocol.

Bio-inspired technologies group publishes work for detecting signs of antibiotic bacterial resistance

Posted on Tuesday 10 September 2019

Steven Johnson, Lisa Miller and Callum Silver of the Bio-inspired technologies group in the Department of Electronic Engineering have published their recent collaborative work in the American Chemical Society (ACS): Applied Materials and Interfaces.

Grow MedTech photo shoot at LIVE lab

Posted on Thursday 22 August 2019

The programme is collaborating with Dr Adar Pelah on an upcoming feature, showing support at a recent Electronic Engineering gathering.

Andy White shortlisted for IET award

Posted on Wednesday 21 August 2019

Andy White has been nominated for the IET Technician of the Year award.

Popular Science magazine revisits Dr Adar Pelah’s strange treadmill effect

Posted on Wednesday 31 July 2019

Research on the treadmill illusion has been re-published in Popular Science Magazine.

PhD student has been accepted to present her work on robotic communication.

Posted on Wednesday 26 June 2019

Naomi Gildert, a member of York Robotics Lab, will present her work at the 2019 Automation Science and Engineering conference in Vancouver, Canada.

Virtually breaking the sound barrier

Posted on Thursday 23 May 2019

Virtual reality (VR) is an immersive experience which owes as much to sound as it does vision. Our research is now used by some of the internet’s biggest names to provide the most realistic 3D audio.

Fish and microchips

Posted on Thursday 23 May 2019

Our researchers are gaining important new insights into the development of Parkinson’s by using the latest digital technology to study the way fish swim. It could take neurodegenerative research analysis to the next level.

University of York researcher named among Nation’s Lifesavers

Posted on Friday 17 May 2019

Professor Stephen Smith and his team have been recognised for their research into the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s.

Prof Yongbing Xu has published his recent work in the journal of Science Advances

Posted on Thursday 2 May 2019

Prof Yongbing Xu of the Department of Electronic Engineering has published his recent collaborative work in the journal of Science Advances.

Head of Department delivers presentation at international workshop SelPhyS 2019

Posted on Monday 29 April 2019

Professor Andy Tyrrell presented work on the use of biology as an inspiration for robotic and computer hardware design.

Students win national bursary for engineering talent

Posted on Friday 5 April 2019

Five students awarded Engineering Horizons Bursary of up to £4000

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