Our purpose is to research, develop and demonstrate and enhance innovative technologies that enable and underpin the rapidly evolving digital world.
The scientific research within the School was highly rated in the 2014 REF peer-review exercise, with 80% of research being judged as internationally excellent or world-leading.
Research activity in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is focused into six Research Themes. All members of academic staff belong to one of these themeS.
OUR RESEARCH THEMES
Artificial intelligence research exploits a range of modern machine learning techniques to solve the challenging problems of image and video analysis, cognitive neuroscience, natural language understanding and intelligent robotics.
Wireless research is driven by the need to develop innovative physical layer technologies which will underpin the communications systems of tomorrow.
Computing systems research investigates, explores and advances computing architectures and techniques for the next generation of connected devices and the explosion of information they will produce.
EPIC is dedicated to addressing the challenges around the digitisation of manufacturing and the integration of low carbon technologies into power networks.
Striving to excite and attract a diverse group of learners. We collaborate and innovate using technology to provide our learners with the skills they will need for the future.