Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • Bristol behind world’s massive egocentric dataset 14 October 2021 Professor Dima Damen and her group in computer vision are part of an international consortium of 13 universities in partnership with Facebook AI that has built the world’s most diverse egocentric dataset - officially released 14th October.
  • Completion of H2020 TeamPlay project 5 October 2021 Prof Kerstin Eder's team has just completed the final review of the TeamPlay project, which was funded by Horizon 2020.
  • Seven Turing Fellowships awarded to Bristol Engineering 30 September 2021
  • Bristol’s most promising scientists awarded £4.5M UK Government funding to bring pioneering ideas to market 8 September 2021 Promising future science and research leaders at the University of Bristol will benefit from a £4.5 million cash boost to convert their innovative ideas to transformational products and services, the Science Minister Amanda Solloway announced today.
  • Bristol Cyber Security Group awarded funding to tackle issues concerning cybersecurity at the edge of the internet 29 April 2021 The Internet of Things is expected to play a major part in the ongoing transition of energy systems. With the possibility of new actors, tariffs, appliances and relationships, IoT could disrupt the energy market – whether for the better or for worse.
  • Bristol Engineering courses named best in the country 9 September 2020 Our General Engineering [covering Engineering Design and Engineering Mathematics] and Mechanical Engineering [covering both Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering] have been named the best in the country by The Guardian’s annual university guide.
  • The future of the UK's Cyber Security Research Position in the World 7 September 2020 The UK is currently recognised as one of the leading countries in the world in cyber security research, evidenced by research outputs in leading international venues, research collaborations with major international organisations and a UK presence on international advisory bodies and global policy forums.
  • Ultra-low power computing in spacecraft to IoT nodes 7 May 2020 The ZeroAMP project is a collaborative effort to push beyond the limits of transistors by developing the first large-scale integrated nanoelectromechanical relay-based computers that will work in extreme environments.
  • Robertson’s ‘Time Machine’ gets a new lease of life 11 October 2019 Last night saw the official unveiling of the newly restored Robertson Clock, a notable timepiece that previously graced the Wills Memorial Building and controlled the chiming of Great George, the huge bell at the top of the tower, from its inauguration in 1925 to the 1960s. The ceremony took place in the Pugsley Lecture Theatre Foyer in the Faculty of Engineering’s Queen’s Building where the newly functioning clock takes pride of place (though it no longer controls Great George).
  • Royal Academy of Engineering awards Senior Research Fellowships to two University of Bristol Engineers 10 October 2019 The Royal Academy of Engineering has recently awarded three new Senior Research Fellowships and we’re delighted that our engineers, Dr Mahmoud Mostafavi and Dr Dinesh Pamunuwa, have been selected for two of the fellowship positions.
  • New centre to train future leaders in cyber security 1 October 2019 The University of Bristol, in partnership with the University of Bath, has launched a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
  • QKD over 5GUK 11 September 2019 Demonstrating the ability of the University of Bristol's 5GUK Test Network to host a quantum key distribution (QKD) secured network.
  • Computer Science top 10 in university league table 10 June 2019 Computer science at the University of Bristol has been ranked 10th in The Guardian’s University Guide for 2020.
  • Bristol Researcher Wins Nesta’s Tipping Point Prize 30 May 2019 Bristol researcher, Dr Edmund Hunt has won the prestigious Nesta Tipping Point Prize for the best article written about technologies whose time has come, but which might be overlooked in the media and investor hype cycle.
  • Success for the Futebol Project 24 May 2019 The High Performance Networks Research Group at the University of Bristol contributed to the deployment of facilities in Europe and Brazil to access the external experimenters for experimentation that requires integration of wireless and optical technologies in its most recent successfully completed H2020 project collaboration, Futebol (Federated Union of Telecommunications Research Facilities for an EU-Brazil Open Laboratory).
  • PhD student wins runner-up in prestigious competition in Beijing 13 March 2019 Michael Baddeley, an EPSRC CDT PhD student and a member of the High Performance Network (HPN) Research Group at the University of Bristol’s Smart Internet Lab, has won 2nd place in the 2019 International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN) Dependability Competition in Beijing, as part of a team from Toshiba Research Europe Ltd.
  • Multiple EPSRC CDT Awards 4 February 2019 The Department of Computer Science has been awarded multiple doctoral training centres by the EPSRC.
  • Smart Internet Lab Researchers attend 2018 Global Mobile Broadband Forum 20 November 2018 The 2018 Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBB) is currently taking place over 3 days (19-21 Nov) at the ExCeL Centre in London.
  • u-blox and University of Bristol selected as a finalist in 2018 TechWorks awards 19 November 2018 u-blox and University of Bristol are proud to announce their selection as a finalist in the Research Collaboration category of the TechWorks Awards 2018 – the highest accolade in the UK Deep Tech Industry, for their R&D project on Reconfigurable Wireless Transceivers for Global Connectivity.
  • EU Quantum Flagship Project UNIQORN advances the next generation of quantum communication systems 28 October 2018 The multidisciplinary project UNIQORN, which kicks off this month, will develop quantum technology for the mass market. Quantum communication systems, mostly found in research laboratories, will be squeezed into small and reliable photonic integrated circuits. By carefully laying out each element along the development chain from fabrication to application, the Horizon 2020 project will not only reduce size and cost, but will also bring improvements in terms of robustness and reproducibility.
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