Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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The department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering achieved a 92.9% overall satisfaction for NSS 2017.

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Dielectric waveguide lasers, microfluidic protein sensing, and raman spectroscopy

Funding information:
Competitive funding.

Metal Halide Perovskites for Photovoltaic and Light-Emission Applications

Funding information:
Applicants must have a masters degree or first class undergraduate (or equivalent) in Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics or Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the time of start of the PhD. The post is open for home-fee qualifying applicants.

Adaptive communication modelling using software defined radio

Funding information:
The funding is available for 3 years for a total amount of £18,491 p.a. for home and EU applicants. This is made up of a bursary (£14,296) and fees (£4,195) per annum, pro rata and will be increased every year to cover the cost of both fees and bursary up to a total of three years.

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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Surrey