The research interests in our School cover a wide range of areas:
- Biomedical engineering
- Ceramics and metals
- Electric and hybrid vehicles
- Engineering materials
- Fluid dynamics
- Functional materials
- Neural interfacing
- Sensors and fluid measurement
- Structural integrity
- Surface and interfaces reactions
- Vehicle dynamics
- Virtual reality.
Conducting world-class research in experimental and computational fluids dynamics, with world-leading output in specialist areas.
Aiming to provide world class technical research for vehicle analysis in all areas of automotive engineering.
Contributing to research in the areas of connected autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems.
Focusing on micro-scale processing, materials integration and manufacture to allow the creation of unique 3D micro- and nano-scale structures.
Building on four decades of research and development heritage in small spacecraft engineering to advance autonomous systems and robotics for space.
Understanding the manner in which materials surfaces interact with each other and their environments.
In the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) 80 per cent of our combined mechanical engineering research was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent, placing Surrey in 22nd place out of 106 institutions submitted in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Metallurgy and Materials category.