The School of EEECS will turn P7 pupil Sam’s solar panel idea into reality for our first prototype build under a new partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and Primary Engineer.
We're thrilled to announce that our Postgraduate Taught (PGT) courses in EEECS achieved an outstanding student satisfaction score of 92% in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES).
23 girls attended from Sullivan Upper School, Royal School, Dungannon and Coleraine High. They participated in an Arduino workshop, soldered a ladybug that flashed its eyes when the light was dim and met Baxter the humanoid robot.
A group of students from EEECS travelled to Portrush for a day off-campus to enhance their social and communication skills with Ricky Martin from Alive Adventures and Camilla Long from Bespoke Communications.
Based upon a recommendation in our Investors in People Silver Accreditation, the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EEECS) set out to define and promote its desired leadership culture.
Queen’s University Belfast has been named as one of the first-ever successful recipients of The Alan Turing Institute’s Network Development Awards.
The Faculty of EPS Wellbeing Team in conjunction with Belfast Recovery College are offering staff and students the opportunity to attend a Low Mood Awareness talk in the run-up to the festive break.
Two researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded prestigious fellowships from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) worth a total of £1.1m.
We understand the pressure and stress that all our students and staff are under at the moment. Here are some resources that might help support your mental and physical wellbeing.
An academic from Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded a five-year prestigious Research Chair from the Royal Academy of Engineering to study 6G.
We were delighted to chat with EEECS Student Gareth Gordon, who is currently on placement with Randox Laboratories. We spoke to Gareth about, his placement and how it changed with the outbreak of Covid-19.
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are providing independent oversight and expert advice to the team developing the new StopCOVID NI app.
The School of EEECS is delighted to present the new EEECS Podcast. We break down complex topics and explain big ideas in 21st century technology with our host of experts, researchers, staff and students.
While we are all mostly confined to our homes, we thought it would be a good time to catch up on some great films. Here are 10 awesome films that relate to Engineering or Computing, available across Netflix, Amazon Prime or Disney+
The school of EEECS was delighted to hold the inaugural Computing Parents’ Evening on Wednesday 9th October 2019 in the Computer Science Building, welcoming some 500+ potential students and their parents and family.
A Queen’s University Belfast student has developed software which can detect insurance fraud quickly.
As part of an event entitled "Machine learning will solve all our big data problems. Or will it?" on October 18th, a panel of experts debated if machine learning would solve all our big data problems.
On 5th October, the INVENT 2017 awards - organised by Connect at Catalyst Inc - took place. Two Queen’s student businesses competed for the main category prize and the student category prize.
Two members of staff Prof Roger Woods and Dr Karen Rafferty, have been awarded the Queen’s University of Belfast’s Students Union’s Most Inspiring and Motivating Teaching Staff Members for their work on the Industrial Project.
The Article posted by Study International listed Queen’s alongside the University of Antwerp, University of Technology Finland, Karlstad University Sweden and Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands.