The latest news stories from Electronic Engineering, it's centres and the ATI are shown below:
10 December 2013
An innovative medical robot, developed by Surrey as part of an EU consortium, has been showcased at the Science Museum during EU Robotics Week.
4 December 2013
The Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award goes to the Deputy Head of STAR lab, Dr Chakravarthini Saaj.
29 November 2013
Surrey's Electronic Engineering Department has been judged the most innovative and successful in Europe at the Elektra Awards 2013.
6 November 2013
Prof Jeremy Allam’s latest research paper describes how illuminating carbon nanotubes with ultrashort light pulses sheds light on the physics of interacting particles far from equilibrium.
5 November 2013
A significant number of the world’s most notable mobile network operators, infrastructure and tools providers, media and communications organisations and the UK’s communications regulator have formally joined the University of Surrey in its ambitions to deliver a specialised 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) on its main campus in Guildford.
31 October 2013
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.
29 October 2013
A concept developed by Head of Photonics Professor Stephen Sweeney offers a solution to the energy consumption crisis being driven by the internet age.
28 October 2013
An innovative system for safely deorbiting satellites at the end of their life has been developed by the SSC for the European Space Agency.