The latest news and happenings from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
The underlying principle of engineering school – short essay
8 February 2019
In my previous articles, I discussed engineering from both a personal and societal perspective in order to demonstrate the fundamental applications and communal impact of the discipline. When engineering is discussed in this way, the archetypal interpretation of the “engineer” – who stares at graphs, reference manuals and designs complex systems – subsides to allow […]
Returning to university after my placement year
10 December 2018
Learn to treat your degree like a 9-5 job, if you know what’s good for you… I’ve had a seemingly smooth transition back to the university life after my placement year at Arup in London. I’ve moved in to a 3-bedroom apartment with 2 friends who also went on an industrial placement year, so we’re […]
Meet a member of our Student Support team – Sam Ward
9 October 2018
Meet our Student Welfare Officer, Sam. Can you tell us a bit more about what your role involves and the kind of things you do on a day-to-day basis? My role is very varied; for the most part I am the ‘Student Welfare Officer’ so most days I will be meeting with students to offer […]
Meet an EEE Tutor – Dr Ogi Marjanovic
1 August 2018
Dr Ogi Marjanovic teaches the first year Circuit Analysis Unit in Year 1 Semester 1 and has been the Undergraduate Admission Tutor for the past ten years. If you have attended a University Open day or a School Visit Day over this time you may recognise him!
Meet an EEE Tutor – Dr Siniša Djurović
27 July 2018
''I firmly believe that this area combines many strands of science in a creative and fun manner to allow for creation of intelligent systems that drive our future, from robotics to wind turbines, electrical cars and planes to supercomputers''.