Electronic & Electrical Engineering

Electronic & Electrical Engineering

News

  • £10,000 for Rising Star undergraduate student

    Marnie McKay, a year 4 student on the MEng Electrical & Mechanical Engineering with International Study course has won the John Mather "Rising Star" award.

    Currently studying for a year in Singapore at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) as part of her course, it was Marnie's exceptional academic peformance, role as a STEM ambassador and her active participation in IET and Royal Academy of Engineering initiatives to promote awareness of STEM subjects, that made her the stand-out candidate. 

    Marnie siad: "I am absolutely over the moon, and still in shock! This award will help me achieve my goals by helping to fund professional qualifications, international study and attending learnign and developments."

  • Nomination in Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2018

    A portable kite wind turbine has been short-listed in the Innovation of the Year category of the Scottish Knowlegde Exchange Awards 2018. The turbine prototype, developed in collaboration between industry partner, Windswept and Interesting Ltd, and PhD student, Oliver Tulloch, aims to support the next generation of sustainable wind energy applications. Dr Hong Yue and Dr Julian Feuchtwang, Oliver's supervisors, have also been involved in the project.

    The Awards ceremony takes place on 22nd February.

  • Update on EPSRC Prosperity Partnership 

    The EPSRC Prosperity Partnership is an internationally significant research programme to increase capability and multidisciplinary expertise focussed on enhanced through-life nuclear asset management. Find out more about the Partnership in this latest video.

    The partners are University of StrathclydeBabcock International GroupBruce PowerEDF EnergyBAM Nuttall LtdKinectricsThe Weir Group PLCCranfield University, and The Alan Turing Institute.

Events

  • Mon-Fri
    June
    18-22
    Engineering with Future for Girls - Outreach Programme

    The Faculty of Engineering, in partnership with BP and BAM Nuttall, is hosting a week-long non-residential summer school for S3 girls in Scottish secondary schools.

    The school aims to inspire more female pupils to consider engineering as a career and university option. 

  • Mon-Fri
    June
    25-29
    Accelerate - Outreach Programme

    You thinking about going to University? Then why not take part in Accelerate - a one-week non-residential outreach programme for S4-S6 pupils?

    During the week, you'll take part in a series of challenges, learn about electronic & electrical engineering and the great career opportunities it offers. You'll do design and build projects in our labs, chat with academic and industry experts, and be mentored by existing students. Applications open soon!

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    Success in European Space Innovation Competition

    Dr Carmine Clemente, Domenico Gaglione, Christos Ilioudis and Professor John Soraghan won Europe's biggest space technology innovation competition. Their low-cost early detection system for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles was overall and UK regional winner! Following their success, the team was interviewed by the BBC - take a look!

    MSc Autonomous Robotic Intelligent Systems

    Announcing a new 1-year taught MSc focused on state-of-the-art autonomous control technologies and machine learning, with applications in robotics, sensor networks, big data analytics and AI programming. Delivered jointly with the Department of Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management, you'll undertake advanced classes, a 3 month research project and have the opportunity to engage with industry partners including Xilinx, Texas Instruments and MathWorks.
    Autonomous Robotic Intelligent Systems

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    #weareinternational: Utkarsh Dwivedi

    Utkarsh Dwivedi came to Strathclyde from India to study in our Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering. Find out what he thinks of his #strathlife!

    Celebrating Success

    More than 80 students joined the Department’s growing network of international alumni, following presentation of their degrees at the University’s Autumn Congregations.

    a group of students pose for a selfie straight after graduation