News Stories

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


Dr Richard Forbes elected a member of the International Field Emission Society fellows


Three Electronic Engineering students awarded prestigious scholarship

Alex Young, Thomas Cousins and Jacob Rawson have been awarded a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).


Best paper award 86th ARFTG conference, Atlanta Georgia


Research collaboration between Surrey and Disney gives directors control over performances in post-production

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.

Read more from at the University's media centre pages.


Research points to a new approach for miniature optical devices

New research published in Nature’s Scientific Reports demonstrates that more flexible, smaller optical systems can be developed using carbon nanotechnology.

ATI develops a sponge that can clean up the environment

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.

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World-first accreditation for counting atoms by ion beam analysis

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.

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EEE Departmental Prize for Excellence in Research awarded to Dr Philip Coleman (CVSSP)

Congratulations to Dr Philip Coleman who has been awarded the 2015 Departmental Prize for Excellence in Research for his work in Spatial Audio.

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