18 August 2011
Computer Science graduate Chris Strand has had a remarkable double success with his new company. For full details, see the main University website at: http://www.bris.ac.uk/news/2011/7869.html
9 June 2011
The Bristol Dynamic Designs Lecture: 'Entering the Ecological Age – the Engineer's Role' (Peter Head CBE FREng FRSA, chaired by Professor Nick Lieven), Thursday 21st July (5.30pm-7.00pm) in the Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Queen's Building. This ground breaking lecture will outline the challenges facing society in the context of climate change and a burgeoning world population, and will review what changes we can make to meet these challenges. Followed by a drinks reception. To book a place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For details of the Dynamic Designs week, please see: www.bris.ac.uk/dynamic-designs
7 April 2011
There is still time to register for next week's Many-core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference (MRSC), which this year is being held at the University of Bristol from April 11-13th. MRSC is Europe's largest conference focusing on the use of GPUs and FPGAs in High Performance Computing (HPC).
31 March 2011
How do structures and materials in nature inspire and challenge artists and engineers? An event with Richard Trask and Lisa Scantlebury. 7 April 2011, 6 pm. Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Queens Road, Bristol BS8 1RL
28 March 2011
Existing fibre-reinforced polymer composites are known for their high strength and stiffness, which are used in applications from sporting goods to aircraft, but if the material fails it can be catastrophic and happen with little warning. A collaborative research team have been awarded a grant to develop a new generation of high performance, fibre reinforced polymer composites to overcome this key limitation.
22 March 2011
Thank you to everyone who came along to support the MVSE Comic Relief Auction on Wednesday 16 March 2011. The afternoon was a tremendous success and we managed to raise a whopping £2,766!
25 February 2011
Engineering Mathematics, Computer Science and Electrical and Electronic Engineering are at the very forefront of the kind of technological advances that are enabling a healthier, more connected and more sustainable future. This event aims to give students an exciting insight into how these disciplines will improve the way we do things, offering a broader understanding of the science behind the technology and how it can be applied to benefit society.
22 February 2011
The Department is pleased to announce that it has joined the highly successful E3 Academy.
18 February 2011
MSc in Advanced Engineering Robotics
16 February 2011
From intelligent vehicles to fluid mechanics, helicopter design and ultrasound radio echoes, six students from the University of Bristol’s Faculty of Engineering have been awarded prizes from The Boeing Company for their outstanding academic performance in the field of integrated aerospace systems