Our research strategy encompasses 10 multi-disciplinary themes as well as cross-faculty research. Each of these comprises contributions from several disciplines and research groupings.
- Communication technologies
- Computational fluid dynamics and environmental flow
- Connected systems
- Engineering for health
- Future electronics
- Made-to-measure materials
- Nuclear science
- Space and aerospace.
- Sustainability, environment and resilience
- Visual and audio analysis.
Innovation for health
Innovation for health research in the Faculty for Engineering and Physical Sciences includes: medical engineering such as biomedical, chemical, electrical and physical sciences such as chemistry, computing, mathematics across many medical indications. Our research helps to diagnose, treat, recover from and prevent illness and disease.
We are working alongside the other faculties on various areas of research.
Digital technology is fundamentally transforming the way healthcare is accessed and delivered, and Surrey is at the forefront of this revolution.
With a vision to create and lead globally connected health research and education, share innovation and knowledge, and to sustainably improve the wellbeing of humans and animals.
Enabling society to undertake activities and developments, such that they meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Research on the societal consequences of new and emerging technologies, critically interrogating the potentials, possibilities, ethics and consequences of technologies in human life.