News Stories

The latest news stories from Electronic Engineering, it's centres and the ATI are shown below:

Low temperture carbon nanotuble growth for next generation electronics

Researchers in the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) have developed a new technique for growing carbon nanotubes, which could enable more efficient electronic devices.

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Prof Silva talks to "The Engineer" about the status of solar cell research

‘Magic flying carpet’ of graphene paves way for future electronics

New research at the ATI could enable the development of fast, energy-efficient circuits not possible using conventional graphene.

Athena SWAN Bronze Award

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.

Surrey PhD student a winner in national competition

Mazin Alshamrani has been announced as one of five winners of a nationwide PhD Portfolio Competition. 

Read more about the competition on the main Feature page.

Surrey ranks in top 10 for four engineering subjects

The Complete University Guide 2016 confirms the University’s leading position across the engineering disciplines. 

Read more about the success of our engineering subjects on the main Feature page.

Students Win Rabin Ezra Scholarship

Well done to Karel Lebeda and Michaela Spiteri.

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