Senior hardware engineer Naomi Mitchison, who graduated with an MEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2009, has been named the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year for her inspirational work with laser warning systems for military aircraft.
In November 2014 John Thompson hosted ADVANTAGE’s first training event here in the School of Engineering. John is the Project Co-ordinator for ADVANTAGE, a major inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral project between Power and Communications engineering research and development communities.
On Wednesday 7th January, the annual meeting of the Tectonic Studies Group comes to Edinburgh this year and will include a special "Question Time" session to debate geological aspects of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).
Prof. Mike Davies was elevated to the position of Fellow of the Institution of Electronic & Electrical Engineering (FIEEE), the leading international organisation in the field, for contributions to sparse representations in signal processing and compressed sensing.
Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh welcome the outstanding results of REF2014 for the Edinburgh Research Partnership in Engineering (ERPE). 94% of our overall research activity is world-leading or internationally excellent.