As an example of our work, our engineers designed, built and installed the cellular data-networking technology used for gathering information at the Pierre-Auger Observatory in Argentina; the world's largest cosmic ray laboratory.
Find out more about the School's research activity by visiting the web pages of our two interdisciplinary institutes:
Institute of Microwaves and Photonics which includes: millimetre and microwave engineering; terahertz electronics and photonics; semiconductor nanotechnology and molecular beam epitaxy; bio-nanoelectronics; and, quantum electronics.
Institute of Integrated Information Systems which includes: communications engineering; instrumentation and positioning; signal processing for communications; and, instrumentation, control and drives.
There are many excellent opportunities for well-qualified students to study for a PhD as well as positions regularly available for outstanding post-doctoral research associates. We are actively seeking research students to work on key projects.
Funded places are available within our EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular-Scale Engineering.