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Professor Anne Neville awarded Royal Society Leverhulme Medal

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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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Success at the Field Robotics Challenge

Two of our PhD researchers were part of teams who came first and second place…

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Professor Anne Neville awarded Royal Society Leverhulme Medal

Professor Anne Neville has been awarded the 2016 Leverhulme Medal by The…

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Engineering professors awarded honorary degrees

Three Professors from the Faculty of Engineering have been awarded honorary…

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Vision for better living through robotics

Robots rarely get a good press. They’re either turning rogue, trying to…

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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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The RSC/SCI Colloids Group has organised a conference with our academics from the School of Chemical and Process Engineering explore the latest research of interfacially-active particles applications.

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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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