Find out what happened when electronic engineering students were challenged to create wireless airships using nothing but unwanted electricals.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has accredited all of our degrees as contributing towards professional registration, except for our new Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme which is seeking accreditation.
Our MEng programmes fully satisfy the educational requirements for professional registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).
Dr Radu Sporea describes why American engineer Robert Noyce, nicknamed ‘the Mayor of Silicon Valley’, sparked his interest in a career in electronic engineering.
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.
Dr Payam Barnaghi from the Institute for Communication Systems, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, is involved with a UK trial looking at how the Internet of Things could transform the lives of people with dementia.
The prize was set up in memory of Tony Jeans, a popular member of academic staff who had been with the University since 1971 and was regarded as a truly excellent teacher.