Electromechanical Power Conversion

We are addressing challenges of Low Carbon. Driven by environmental concerns, established mechanical based technologies are being replaced and enhanced by energy efficient, electrically driven alternatives. Solutions are needed for transportation, industry automation and renewable energy capture. The significantly improved performance, efficiency and reliability offered through smart electrodynamic control of force and power transfer will benefit applications across all engineering sectors and scale.

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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