Electronic engineers are producing the next generation of computers, satellites and mobile phones – and with a new £35 million 5G Innovation Centre, the University of Surrey is at the very forefront of this work.
Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering programmes are ranked top five by the Guardian University Guide 2018 and the Complete University Guide 2017 and top ten in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
We are ranked top ten for overall satisfaction in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2017.
During my four years at Surrey, I found the culture of encouraging innovation amongst students to be really strong. The academic staff and the teaching environment at Surrey introduced me to new ways of thinking. They really expanded my curiosity about my subject, helping me to explore different areas of engineering and decide which direction to take.
Sam Williams BSc (Hons) Electronic Engineering
Over the past five years, more than 2,300 partner organisations have worked with us to give students valuable experience in the professional environment.
Cars in the near future could drive themselves to a multi-storey car park, find a space and return to their owners at a push of a button, thanks to new technology being developed at the University of Surrey.
The University of Surrey (5GIC), University of Bristol and King’s College London will this week [26 February – 01 March] debut the world’s first end-to-end 5G network at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The best game developers from across the country will be coming to Surrey for the G3 Galvanising Guildford Games event on Thursday 22 February, from 5.30pm at the University of Surrey.
The University of Surrey has announced that it will open a new state-of-the-art £4m nano-manufacturing facility that will produce electronics for future smart consumer and industrial products.
One of the world’s leading pioneers in solar power research is set to speak next Wednesday (17 January) at the University of Surrey’s Annual Materials Lecture.
Find out what career you could pursue with a degree in electrical and electronic engineering, and discover some of the jobs Surrey economics graduates have gone into over the past few years.
Do you have your grandmother’s eyes? Or your father’s nose? A new study by the Universities of Oxford and Surrey has uncovered variations in singular genes that have a large impact on human facial features, paving the way to understanding what determines the facial characteristics passed on from generation to generation.
Taking place on 17 January, the Surrey Annual Materials Lecture will be given by Professor Henry Snaith FRS, whose pioneering research promises to radically improve the efficiency of solar cells.
The University of Surrey has unveiled new game-changing technologies that are set to take augmented reality (AR) in television and virtual reality (VR) cinema to the next level.
An international team of scientists, from the University of Surrey, University of São Paulo (Brazil), the University of Warwick and the University of Grenoble-Alpes (France), has created a new metal-organic framework (MOF) that has shown record high photo-conductivity levels for a material of its type.
The University of Surrey has unveiled state-of-the-art but “low-cost”, full body motion capture (mocap) technology that could transform the film and video-game industry.
Professor Ravi Silva has been appointed as joint Editor-in-Chief of 'Energy and Environmental Materials', a leading edge journal which will be a platform for the most significant and impactful research in the field of materials for renewable energy.
An innovative new study led by the Surrey and Borders NHS Foundations Trust and the University of Surrey has been voted the Best Mental Health Initiative of 2017 at the annual ehi Awards.
A multi-racial facial recognition system delivers more accurate results than those typically used today, a study published in Pattern Recognition journal has revealed.
The Surrey Space Centre has won funding from the European Space Agency to explore icy water on the moon – which could be a vital resource for manned lunar missions in the future.
Researchers in Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre have developed a novel technique that enables mobile phone users to view 4K ultra-high definition (UHD) video undisrupted, regardless of where the content source is located on the public internet.
Scientists from the University of Surrey have developed ‘intelligent’ nanoparticles which heat up to a temperature high enough to kill cancerous cells – but which then self-regulate and lose heat before they get hot enough to harm healthy tissue.
The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) at the University of Surrey has joined forces with the BBC to take part in a major five-year research partnership that will help the corporation create better content for its audience.
Consumers may soon be able to seamlessly control all of their smart devices without needing to download several different interfaces and apps, thanks to a new protocol that has been developed at the University of Surrey.
In an interview with nanotechweb.org, Professor Ravi Silva outlines how research into processed organic materials could enable solar energy systems that cost a thousandth of their current price.
A respected league table has named the University of Surrey as one of the best in the world for scientific research.
Dr Zhenhua Feng has won the European Association for Biometrics Industry Award 2017 for his development of an algorithm which enables facial landmark detection in ‘uncontstrained’ situations.
Advanced signal processing systems developed at Surrey, which can recognise sounds within everyday environments, have won first prize in the DCASE 2017 challenge.
A nano-satellite, which deployed the first European space sail in orbit, has crashed and burned into the Earth’s atmosphere – marking an end to a successful mission that hopes to lead to the reduction of ‘space debris’.
Professor Alf Adams, inventor of life-changing technology that boosted the digital revolution, has been awarded the 2017 Guildford Roll of Honour.
Computer vision and sound experts at the University of Surrey have demonstrated ‘Media Device Orchestration’ – an innovative home audio concept which enables users to enjoy immersive audio experiences by using all available devices in a typical living room.
It may seem obvious but visiting a country for a holiday is a very different experience to living there. I had visited the United States on multiple occasions prior to studying at Texas Tech University in Lubbock so I thought that I was well prepared for living there.
The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre has received research funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 framework to address the challenges faced in the manufacturing industries when a large number of devices need to be connected and react in fractions of seconds. Klaus Moessner, Professor in Cognitive Networks at the 5G Innovation Centre, is working with 12 partners (including five from Taiwan) on Clear5G which will investigate reliable technical solutions to time-critical processes for devices not directly operated by humans.
Dr Radu Sporea has been named the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences’ Early Career Teacher of the Year 2017.
A University of Surrey student team has won first prize at the first UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UKSEDS) Lunar Rover Competition, after successfully designing, constructing and testing a Lunar Rover.
The University of Surrey is developing a revolutionary technology that will allow people to act as their own “power source” by wearing clothing such as “smart” shirts and shoes that harvest and store electricity
The Xian-based China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) has signed a two-year research contract with the University of Surrey’s Institute for Communications Systems (ICS) in the area of High Throughput (Capacity) Satellite and 5G mobile satellite systems.
The first ever European deployment of an inflatable sail – designed to prevent the creation of future space junk – has been a success, the Surrey Space Centre (SSC) at University of Surrey and the Von Karman Institute have announced.
At this year’s TAROS conference, Dr Rob Buckingham, Director of the UKAEA (UK Atomic Energy Authority), will open a window on RACE
Well done to Hamza Haroon who was named Young Energy Professionals (YEP) ‘Engineer of the Year’ by Energy UK this week.
The University of Surrey is one of three sites in the UK which will be linked up via 5G test beds for the first time, thanks to £16m investment from the Government.
The funding, announced by Minister for Digital Matt Hancock today, will bring the three leading universities together for the development of the world’s first trials of end-to-end 5G system.
Researchers in Surrey’s CVSSP have been ranked in the top ten from 650 entries in the Google YouTube ‘8M Video Understanding Challenge’.
Abbie Hutty, now Platform Delivery Manager at Airbus, will give a free public lecture as part of TAROS 2017, revealing what goes into engineering for a mission to Mars.
Grigorios (Greg) Rigas, who is conducting research into printing techniques for advanced manufacturing of next generation electronic devices, has won the IET Postgraduate Scholarship for an Outstanding Researcher – the highest scholarship to be awarded by the Institution.
To mark International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June 2017, we talk to PhD student Hashini Thirimanne, to get the inside track on what attracted her to engineering and the exciting discoveries she’s making every day.
Good luck to alumnus Hamza Haroon who has been nominated for an engineering award by Energy UK.
The University of Surrey is inviting exhibitors to its annual Towards Autonomous Robotics Systems (TAROS) event running from 19 to 21 July – where they can meet the University’s “guests” of a talking robot called Pepper and a robotic dog.
Academics from the University of Surrey will be telling the fascinating story of science in a variety of creative ways at this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival.
The University of Surrey has won an unprecedented three Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) bids with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
The University of Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) will work with universities across the UK and the United States (US) on an American-led MURI-funded collaborative research project into information extraction and data analysis.
A team of undergraduates have beaten off competition from 350 teams worldwide to get through to the final round of the Airbus Fly Your Ideas challenge.
The University’s advanced research into 5G and networked devices has resulted in a new digital common language being used to connect an Internet of Things test bed that aims to help dementia patients live healthily and safely in their homes.
The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) was recently awarded the “Spirit of Surrey” award for outstanding contributions to the county, through the research and development of the next generation of mobile and wireless communications.
Six Electronic Engineering students have won a prestigious UK Electronics Skills Foundation (ESF) scholarship this year, each gaining placement opportunities at a leading electronics company, a cash bursary and an opportunity to attend an industry-led summer school.
The longest running UK-hosted international conference on Robotics and Autonomous Systems, TAROS-17 – which takes place at Surrey in July – has launched a call for participation to the research and industrial community.
MSc Medical Imaging student Vanessa Azzopardi shares a typical week for her as a postgraduate student at Surrey.
MSc Space Engineering student Akash Yalagach shares a typical week for him as a postgraduate student at Surrey.
Surrey’s Student Learning Advisors offer tips and advice on the things you can do throughout the year to help you make the most of your study time.
AlSat Nano, which was designed and built at the University of Surrey in just 18 months, has captured and downloaded its first full colour image - a step forward in demonstrated UK nanosatellite capability
The director and industry board of the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) announce today that it is ready to move quickly to help the Government realise the goal of 5G leadership through the trials mentioned in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. The Centre believes the Government initiative has come just in time to keep the UK ahead as the global pace of 5G is speeding up.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have achieved record power conversion efficiencies for large area organic solar cells. In recent years scientists have been attempting to increase the efficiency of these cells to allow commercial applications such as integration into a building’s glass façade, generating electricity to power the building.
A recent article published in IEEE Intelligent Systems highlights the requirements the IoT will place on search engines and brings together the latest research being carried out in this field.
Has the time come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks? University of Surrey scientists believe so, especially for future electronics that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost.
An award-winning spatial soundtrack developed by Surrey and partners is at the heart of ‘The Turning Forest’ – an enchantingly surreal VR story produced by BBC R&D and launched on Daydream, Google’s mobile VR platform.
Staff and students of the University of Surrey had the opportunity to get up close and personal recently with the latest smart technology. A demo truck showcasing exclusive cutting edge video conferencing technology, smart home equipment and virtual reality gaming was available for one day only for Surrey’s staff and students to experience.
A review that highlights why Ion Beam Analysis is a valuable tool for analysts needing to obtain elemental depth profiles of thin films has been published as the lead article in the Royal Society of Chemistry publication Analyst in November.
Professor Ravi Silva, Head of Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute, has been given an award by the President of Sri Lanka for his exceptional contributions to nanotechnology in the country.
Huawei Technologies Co, China's leading smartphone and equipment maker, made big inroads into Europe by tying up with world-class universities in the United Kingdom that have been leading the way with innovation for decades.
PhD student Greg (Grigorios) Rigas has won a prestigious IET 2016 Travel Award for his work on innovative printed electronics.
The University of Surrey’s 5GIC (part of the Institute for Communications Systems) has – for the first time worldwide – produced a full demonstration of its FDC, which points to a significant reduction in deployment, optimisation and upgrade costs for network operators.
Multiple Access Communications Limited (MAC Ltd) – a consulting and product development company specialising in mobile radio communications – has become a member of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) based at the University of Surrey. The company joins a growing number of industrial partners working with the 5GIC’s leading academics to develop the next generation of mobile and wireless communications.
Surrey’s new Computer and Internet Engineering degree aims to produce engineers with a solid grounding in both software and electronics, who will be equipped to create the connected solutions of the future.
Professor Josef Kittler, Distinguished Professor and founder of the University of Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), has been awarded the Chinese Government Friendship Award 2016 for his contribution to the development of research programmes in pattern recognition and artificial intelligence at Jiangnan University.
PhD students and early career researchers at the University are invited to apply for the Alan Rogers Innovation Award, which has been launched in memory of Professor Alan Rogers, a leading expert in photonics and former Visiting Professor at the University.
A collaboration between the Universities of Surrey and Bristol and aerospace company Bombardier has developed a new technology which could enhance the electrical conductivity and physical properties of conventional aerospace materials.
A prestigious partnership has been officially launched between the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) and the South Korean Government’s Institute for Information and Communications Technology Promotion (IITP).
Surrey’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has won a SATRO STEMX award in recognition of Dr Radu Sporea’s outstanding work providing research placements for Surrey sixth form students.
Researchers in Surrey’s ATI have developed a new architecture for polymer solar cells which boosts their efficiency by up to 30 per cent – potentially offering a lower cost option than silicon solar cells.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering degrees have receive 100 per cent student satisfaction rating in final-year student survey.
The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) and Digital Greenwich, part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, have today announced a ground-breaking partnership that will deliver the technology that will underpin future smart cities.
A UK white paper led by a University of Surrey Professor reveals the present and future of space robotics.
Showcasing the University’s research success – from foundational work to practical applications – FEPS held its first Festival of Research on 28th June.
Considering a degree in engineering? Meet the female engineers making wonderful things happen at the University of Surrey.
In the future, space robotics will increasingly be the key to exploring new frontiers, repairing spacecraft in orbit, and capturing space debris.
University of Surrey student, James Lynn’s project ‘Canaria’ has won the Best Use of Hardware award in NASA’s SpaceApps Challenge 2016.
A new joint facility – the Nonlinear Microwave Measurements and Modelling Laboratories (n3m-labs) has been launched at the University of Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to help develop the next generation of super-efficient electronic devices.
A student’s research into a novel drill for use in space has won a best paper award from the global Committee on Space Research, COSPAR.
The Surrey Space Centre is a world leader in space engineering and its research is having far-reaching consequences. One striking example of its achievements is the launch of the first international satellite constellation dedicated to monitoring disasters worldwide.
World-renowned academics will be serving up pint-sized measures of their cutting edge research in a ground-breaking project to hit Guildford pubs.
Director of Postgraduate Studies in the Institute for Communication Systems, Dr Tim Brown, tells us why becoming a radio engineer is a great way to embark on a fulfilling career straight after your studies.
Surrey Professor Josef Kittler, of the Department of Electronic Engineering, has been awarded a certificate of the Jiangsu Provincial Award for International Cooperation 2015, during his visit to Jiangnan University in Wuxi, China in April 2016.
The University has won funding for three projects in a recent EPSRC competition – more than any other university – demonstrating its leading position in the field of cyber security.
Surrey has been awarded funding for two new collaborative R&D projects by InnovateUK, demonstrating its leading reputation for research in the creative industries sector.
Find out what happened when electronic engineering students were challenged to create wireless airships using nothing but unwanted electricals.
Dr Radu Sporea describes why American engineer Robert Noyce, nicknamed ‘the Mayor of Silicon Valley’, sparked his interest in a career in electronic engineering.
Discover which books our academics recommend and take the quiz to find out which one you should try first.
Jacob Rawson is one of around 100 first year engineering students around the UK to be awarded a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Below he describes a typical week as a student on Surrey’s MEng Electronic Engineering.
The answer to the UK's quantum challenge is SIMPLE...
New ultra-thin, patterned graphene sheets will be essential in designing future technologies such as ‘smart wallpaper’ and internet-of-things applications
PhD Research Engineer Grigorios (Greg) Rigas has presented his research on high-resolution ink-jet printed electronics to MPs at the House of Commons, as part of the SET for Britain 2016 competition.
Nicolle Dunkerley will present a poster on her dissertation project, conducted in collaboration with The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, at a special Houses of Parliament event.
New paper from the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre explores challenges of universal coverage, reach and reliability in the 5G revolution
New research published in Nature’s Scientific Reports demonstrates that more flexible, smaller optical systems can be developed using carbon nanotechnology.
The University of Surrey joins other leading universities to drive forward UK research in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Dr David Carey, Head of Department (Teaching) for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, explains the benefits of studying for a Masters degree.
Research published today in Nature’s Scientific Reports demonstrates carbon nanotubes creating wafer-thin, flat structures that enable the miniaturisation of a range of optical devices. Removing the need for traditional curved refracting lensing systems, which are generally bulky and expensive, will enable new compact optical systems based on this nanotechnology.
Considering an undergraduate engineering degree but concerned about the cost? Learn more about scholarship schemes for engineering students.
Find out what our students like about studying here and why they think Surrey was named 'University of the Year' and 'University of the Year for Student Experience' by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016.
FaceDirector, a system developed by researchers at the University of Surrey and Disney Research, has made it possible for filmmakers to artificially generate desired performances for film in post-production.
Researchers from Surrey and the Universidade Federal de Pelotas (UFPel) in Brazil have invented a magnetic carbon-based sponge that could revolutionise the way oil spills are recovered.
Professor Yaochu Jin has been given the honour of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) Fellow in recognition of his achievements in the field of evolutionary optimisation.
The University of Surrey Ion Beam Centre (IBC) has achieved accreditation for a technique used to count atoms in thin films non-destructively, and with unprecedented accuracy.
Part of the University’s strategic partnership with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the joint Hyper Terahertz Facility will enable researchers to push the barriers of quantum technology.
A new remote satellite monitoring programme, powered by UK technology and expertise has been launched to help conserve a unique, fragile ecological corridor in the Caribbean.
Harry Cronin is one of only ten exceptional graduates in the UK to be honoured with an Industrial Fellowship from the Royal Commission 1851.
Researchers from the University of Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) have secured a £6 million biometrics research programme grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
From Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics lectures to production labs, discover what a typical week looks like for first-year engineering students at Surrey.
Surrey has climbed two places in the Times Higher Education Table of Tables 2016, achieving seventh position.
The University of Surrey has increased its position the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Research arising from a summer visit by two PhD students from China could lead to cheaper, greener, more flexible solar cells.
Research conducted by an 18 year old during a summer placement with the University of Surrey has been presented at the British Science Festival.
The University of Surrey has been ranked within the top one per cent of universities in the world - and one of the top 20 institutions under 50 years old - by the QS World University Rankings.
5G represents the next generation of wireless technology. Watch our film to discover more about 5G and see inside our new 5G Innovation Centre.
Brett Fisher, an Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD student, has worked with leading artist Tine Bech to create a stunning interactive light installation.
Final-year students at the University of Surrey are still among the most satisfied in the UK, according to the latest National Student Survey (NSS).
Dr Radu Sporea has been given the I K Brunel Award Lecture from the British Science Association (BSA) – following in the footsteps of successful names such as Brian Cox.
96.9 per cent of graduates in work or further study, according to official figures.
Professor Ravi Silva has been awarded one of the most prestigious medals given by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3).
Researchers in the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) have developed a new technique for growing carbon nanotubes, which could enable more efficient electronic devices.
New research in the ATI could enable the development of fast, energy-efficient circuits not possible using conventional graphene.
The University of Surrey has today been ranked fourth in the Guardian University Guide 2016.
Congratulations to the Department of Electronic Engineering who have been successful in their application for an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. The awards are given in recognition of the commitment to advance women’s careers in higher education and research in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine.
The Complete University Guide 2016 reveals that nine of our Engineering and Physical Science subjects are in the UK top 20.
Mazin Alshamrani has been announced as one of five winners of a nationwide PhD Portfolio Competition.
The Complete University Guide 2016 confirms the University’s leading position across the engineering disciplines
The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has formally signed a partnership agreement with the University of Strathclyde and the University of Surrey which will set a new strategic direction for the future of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).
Over 300 students, academics and professionals from across the space sector got together for a weekend of networking and talks by key industry figures.
The University of Surrey has been recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) by the government.
Dr Phil Coleman has been invited to talk about his research into perceptually optimised sound zones to the Houses of Commons and Lords as part of a SET for BRITAIN event taking place on 9 March.
A consortium of plastic surgeons, medical professionals and Surrey Space Centre (SSC) researchers have formed the company Fourth State Medicine (4SM) – aiming to transform medical technology.
A new study published today in Scientific Reports has discovered that a material traditionally used in ceramics, glass and paint can be manipulated to produce an ultra-sensitive UV light sensor, paving the way for improved fire and gas detection.
Researchers in the ATI have developed a revolutionary technique for creating large sheets of carbon nanotubes which could completely change the way electric motors are designed.
On the 6th February 2015 the Electronics and Amateur Radio Society (EARS) hosted its 3rd annual ScraphEEp challenge supported by Electronic Engineering and the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
As part of its ‘Why Engineering?’ campaign, the University has launched a range of curriculum resources that will open pupils’ eyes to the fundamental role engineering plays in our daily lives.
Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) has secured research backing from the Leverhulme Trust to develop novel X-ray detectors for medicine, security and personal safety industries.
Research in the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) proves that organic solar cells based on graphene can be scaled up to large areas without losing efficiency.
Professor Mark Plumbley, soon to join Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), has been named an IEEE Fellow.
A documentary by The Business Channel TV highlights the University’s strategy of building partnerships in Asia.
The University of Surrey has today been awarded a £5 million grant from HEFCE to develop a new Engineering for Health Learning Laboratory. Added to the University’s own £5 million investment, the new project will result in a £10 million facility.
Surrey is part of a research project that has developed ‘cancer seeing’ technology using proton beams – winning an Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Award.
Surrey’s Professor Jim Al-Khalili is one of many high-profile scientists to endorse the Lunar Mission One, which aims to survey the moon’s South Pole for a potential future human landing site.
An article on lasers and megawatt magnets, written by Surrey Physics undergraduate Laurence Stant during his final year project, has been accepted for publication by equipment and instrumentation software company National Instruments.
Findings published in the journal Nature Communications demonstrate how glass can be manipulated to create a material that will enable computers to transfer information using light.
The Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded to the creators of the now ubiquitous blue LED – an invention which is being further developed at the University of Surrey.
Mazin Alshamrani receives award of distinction from HRH Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud.
‘Inventing the Future’ saw self-proclaimed ‘science daredevil’ Greg Foot interviewing four Surrey scientists and engineers about their inspiring work.
Business leaders and academics got together recently to explore how research and innovation can be exploited for maximum benefit.
Dr Richard Forbes helps scientists map out the atomic-level composition of materials.
University of Surrey and Chinese scientists collaborate to explore the moon’s terrain.
Surrey academic receives IET’s Prestige Medal for his major and distinguished contributions to electronics.
The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015 reveals top rankings for engineering and physical sciences subjects and sees Surrey’s overall position rise to eleventh place in the UK.
Professor John Watts and Visiting Professor Stephen Temple elected as new Fellows for the Royal Academy of Engineering.
An academic who has spearheaded Surrey’s ground-breaking research in the field of computational intelligence has won an Outstanding Paper Award from the IEEE
Abdullah Al-Shakarchi has won the Surrey heat of the IET’s Present Around the World (PATW) competition and placing as a runner-up in the South England regional final.
Patented Surrey research could lead to the next generation of energy-efficient devices.
Students rate Surrey in the National Student Survey 2014.
Surrey Space Centre and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd celebrate successful take-off of TechDemoSat-1.
Dr Richard Curry has won a Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship to fund research that could lead to the development of faster, more efficient electronic devices.
Surrey academic picks up prize at COSPAR 2014’s Scientific Assembly, hosted by the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
Professor Sir Martin Sweeting becomes Chair of SSC, and Professor Guglielmo Aglietti Director.
The Centre for Communication Systems Research (CCSR) is now the Institute for Communication Systems (ICS), reflecting its leading international role in the development of 5G communications.
Dr Richard Forbes gives plenary talk at the ‘Tenth International Vacuum Electron Sources Conference’ in St Petersburg, Russia.
Three PhD studentships funded by Surrey and NPL will enable Surrey-NPL research into composite materials, cancer diagnosis and next generation wireless networks.
Dr Michail Beliatis was invited to present his research, which uses nanostructures to enable chemical detection and solar cells, to global nanoHUB users.
Surrey researcher speaks at Bournemouth Symposium Mammographicum on the importance of trialling a novel method of screening the disease.
Professor Craig Underwood leads Surrey’s side of the design of an autonomous, 100-metre satellite.
At the opening of the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS), speakers from the government, industry and academia shared their views on tackling one of today’s greatest threats.
Professors Alan Woodward and Jim Al-Khalili support the TeenTech 2014 Awards, set up to nurture and celebrate young talent.
£5m in government funding has been awarded to the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Surrey research reveals how ultrasonic waves can optimise the dispersion of nanomaterials, improving their chances of industrial application.
New research suggests it may be possible to deliver energy through optical fibres or even across thin air – instead of flowing within copper cables.
Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute welcomes pure carbon-generating centre.
Dr Eran Ginossar has won an EPSRC first research grant to fund a project that could help improve the efficiency and speed of computers in the future.
Academic paper on environmental impact of cellular systems receives the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) Fred W. Ellersick Prize.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili and Dr Radu Sporea receive significant EPSRC prize and nomination.
Researchers at Surrey Space Centre build new technology to aid spacecraft repair and disposal of radioactive waste.
Research published in Nature’s Scientific Reports demonstrates a new type of light sensor that could allow medical and security imaging via low cost cameras.
Teams of Electronic Engineering undergraduates share their inventions with a judging panel, competing to win a summer prize.
Surrey research on proton imaging aims to revolutionise the way radiotherapy is delivered.
Professor Ravi Silva awarded prestigious title from South Korean university.
High-performing programmes within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences good news for existing and prospective students.
Space academic receives Industrial Advisory Board accolade whilst giving lecture to engineering students.
Armed with sensors, camera and flight computer.
Professor Yang Gao has helped to identify some of Europe’s most promising young engineers in a competition challenging teenagers to design a Formula 1 car for the year 2040.
The University’s ATI has won funding from the UK and Indian governments for two projects exploring how nanotechnology will impact the future of renewable energy.
Space researchers have launched a unique campaign that will enable the public to ‘travel’ to space for the price of a pair of trainers.
Prime Minister David Cameron praises Surrey’s leading role in the global 5G revolution.
Innovative source-gated transistors may boost the resilience of low-cost and energy-efficient electronics in the future.
Networking event designed to boost collaboration and discussion between PhD students.
Research group demonstrates autonomous micro-rover technology to industry and academia.
Surrey’s research into the Web of Things has been highlighted as one of the top 10 technology trends for 2014 by the IEEE Computing Society.
As UCAS publishes the sector-wide figures on undergraduate applications as of the 15 January deadline, the University of Surrey reports that their applications are up by 35 per cent compared to the same point in the cycle last year.
The University’s four faculties got together on 16 January to celebrate the achievements of the three-year MILES programme and the launch of its successor, Collaboration Surrey.
Sixth-formers got the chance to tackle real industrial problems at the Engineering Education Scheme workshop.
A study of rover terrain trafficability analysis techniques by the Surrey Space Centre (SSC) has been selected for publication on Elsevier’s YouTube channel.
The proportion of women studying engineering and physical sciences at Surrey challenges the national trend in co-educational state schools.
An innovative medical robot, developed by Surrey as part of an EU consortium, has been showcased at the Science Museum during EU Robotics Week.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award goes to Deputy Head of STAR lab
Electronic Engineering at Surrey has been given the ultimate seal of approval with the ELEKTRA University Department of the Year award 2013.
Advanced work in Surrey’s Ion Beam Centre proves simple life forms could have arrived on earth in a meteorite strike.
A consortium of key global players in telecommunications formally joins Surrey to develop 5G Innovation Centre.
A five year EPSRC Programme Grant has been awarded to Surrey’s Professor Adrian Hilton for the development of audio technology allowing listeners to enjoy a ‘live’ experience at home or on the move.
Surrey Space Centre researcher Abhinav Bajpai achieves international recognition at the highly competitive IAC Student Competition.
A concept developed by Head of Photonics Professor Stephen Sweeney offers a solution to the energy consumption crisis being driven by the internet age.
Students now have the opportunity to combine a traditional MSc with valuable professional skills and work experience.
Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute has been recognised for its pioneering 4G solar cell research with a prestigious Elektra Award nomination.
World Space Week is upon us (October 4 – 10), offering an opportunity to discover how scientists are exploring new frontiers. At Surrey, academics are busy monitoring the long distance journey of a smartphone in space.
Dr Chakravarthini Saaj, Senior Lecturer in Robotics and Deputy Head of STAR Lab, has won this year’s Learning and Teaching Award for the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (FEPS).
This year’s prestigious IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) Ambrose Fleming Medal has been awarded to Professor Barry Evans in recognition of his exceptional contribution in the field of communications.
Dr Jason Forshaw has won an award for best session presenter at the AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) GNC (Guidance, Navigation and Control) conference in Minneapolis.
Surrey’s Professor Adrian Hilton has won a prestigious Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award for his pioneering research into 4D computer vision modelling – technology that is changing the way we analyse sport, enjoy digital entertainment and diagnose medical conditions.
Dimitar Kutsarov, a PhD student within the University's Advanced Technology Institute (ATI), was awarded the “Best Oral Presentation Award” at the international Nanotexnology conference in Thessaloniki, Greece.
An idea to improve customer service in the finance industry has netted two MEng Electronic Engineering and Space Systems students £5,000 from the Santander Big Ideas competition.
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