Electrical Energy Management Group

The Electrical Energy Management Group has over 50 researchers who undertake research into low carbon electrical systems that are enabled by advanced, compact and highly efficient electrical machines and power electronic conversion. The group is a core member of the UK Centre for Power Electronics.

PhD Opportunities

Interested in the electric revolution, future of transport or Power Electronics? We're looking for enthusiastic and motivated students to join the EEMG.

Current PhD opportunities

EEMG Brochure (PDF)

Fully funded PhD scholarships for Chinese students to carry out research at the University of Bristol

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The Electrical Machine Works

Dr Nick Simpson, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, leads an ambitious and comprehensive research programme into metal Additive Manufacturing for electrical machines from the Electrical Energy Management Group Lab.

Research Impact Story: Powering Nepal

Discover how Dr Sam Williamson and an international team of academics, designers and engineers came together to electrify off-grid communities in Nepal, improving health and sanitation and helping hundreds of families to benefit from clean energy.

UK Centre for Power Electronics

We are a core partner of the £23M UK Centre for Power Electronics which continues to serve the power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD) community through various events including its annual conference. 

Get in touch

energy-management@bristol.ac.uk or contact individual EEMG Academics directly for specific research enquiries

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