Using robotics to treat stroke survivors

A new research programme is offering hope to stroke survivors

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Using robotics to treat stroke survivors

Meet our students and alumni

Find out about our current students' and alumni experiences at Leeds

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Meet our students and alumni

Our reputation

3rd in the UK for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019

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The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is one of the leading Electronic and Electrical Engineering schools in the UK with over 100 years’ experience in both teaching and research excellence. We’re in the top five in the UK for the quality of our research, in our unit of assessment, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.

Research and innovation

Our research includes pioneering work on: microwave, semiconductor, and terahertz technologies, bio-nano and quantum technologies; robotics; ultrasound and medical imaging; energy-efficient green communications networks; wireless and mobile communications; power electronic systems; and renewable energy.

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Nanoscale tweezers can perform single-molecule ‘biopsies’

Newly-developed "nano-tweezers" created by university researchers can for the…

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Using robotics to treat stroke survivors

A meeting 20 years ago between two academics from opposite ends of campus…

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Leeds professor wins Distinguished Service Award for increasing impact of prestigious electronics journal

Professor Steve Freear, who has improved success of a high-profile…

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New eye-catching scientific sculpture

A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent…

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Researchers from across Robotics at Leeds will face off against each other to complete a challenge set by Dr Jordan Boyle.

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Our next postgraduate open day will be held on Friday 8 February 2019.

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We have an expert team within the School of Mechanical 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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