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First students welcomed to the SWJTU-Leeds joint engineering school in China

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Terahertz technology

The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is leading the way in terahertz frequency research on a global level.

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Terahertz technology

Undergraduate open days

Come along to find out more about our exciting range of courses - 10 September and 8 October 2016

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The Faculty of Engineering is one of the largest engineering groupings in the UK having in excess of 700 staff, 3,500 students and an annual turnover of around £78m. Our teaching and research is delivered through our five schools:

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Whether you’re looking to begin an academic career or want to develop your skills and expertise for a career in industry, studying for a PhD will be a journey that will stimulate your passion for your subject and push you to reach your potential.

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The range and scope of our research is extensive and covers all of the major engineering disciplines, including cross cutting themes such as energy, materials, medical engineering and artificial intelligence, with theoretical, experimental and modelling work underpinning all areas.

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First students welcomed to joint engineering school in China

The first cohort of Chinese engineering students will soon begin studying at…

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Computing academic discusses artificial intelligence in healthcare

Owen Johnson, from the School of Computing, has written an article in The…

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School of Computing to exhibit at UK’s biggest games event

The University of Leeds will be attending the 2016 EGX event from the 22-25th…

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Excellent positions for engineering subjects in global league table

The University of Leeds has been ranked in top positions for engineering in…

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The University of Leeds is hosting a 'Royal Academy of Engineering Research Day' which will give you the opportunity to hear about some of the latest research taking place in the Leeds City Region.

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Quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) are unipolar optoelectronic devices that exploit optical transitions between engineered electronic subbands created in multiple coupled semiconductor quantum wells.

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Since the delivery of the landmark Jost report in 1966, which highlighted the importance of tribology to the UK economy, the field of tribology has been constantly evolving.

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A collaboration between the EPSRC (CDT) in Fluid Dynamics at the University of Leeds and Imperial College London to encourage greater cohesion and interaction amongst the fluid communities in the UK.

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We have an expert team within the Faculty of Engineering which supports our academics to exchange vital knowledge and experience with industry and other organisations.

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We have a dedicated Employability Team that provide businesses with access to our talented engineering and computing student through a free end-to-end, managed recruitment service.

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We have a strong commitment to supporting women in engineering and computing and this is reflected in the number of female academics and students working and studying within the Faculty of Engineering.

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Throughout the year we organise and deliver events and activities that highlight the range of subjects and careers within the fascinating world of engineering and computing.

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