Social responsibility is a key component of our work in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering - evidenced by the social and economic impact of our research and our Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Research with impact
Research throughout the School is helping to support social and economic change.
Electrical engineering aims to provide technical solutions for climate change via the research and development of renewables, energy storage systems and clean technology. Our School is centred on these challenges, specifically electrical energy and power systems.
Our research also focuses on predicted global food and water shortages caused by overpopulation and global warming. We specialise in agri-electronics, which uses electrical technology to improve farming yields and reduce waste in the food supply chain.
The School is a proud holder of an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. This award is recognition of the School's commitment to equality, diversion and inclusion, and includes all staff regardless of position or gender.
Learn more about the University's social responsibility strategy as a whole.
The University is committed to gender equality and progression for all.