Dr Enzo Mangano has been recently awarded best Italian early-stage academic working in Scotland in Physical and Engineering Sciences. The award, which is now at its 3rd edition, was made this year for the first time also as a separate prize for Italian researchers working in Scotland.
Two Edinburgh students have won an international social enterprise competition to find innovative solutions to global issues.
They were part of the winning team of Social Storm, a unique 24-hour contest that involved more than 250 students from 22 universities.
A number of students from The School of Engineering are taking place in DATA-X.
The University Department of Accommodation, Catering and Events (ACE) is pleased to announce some exciting changes in plan for Brücks Café at Kings Buildings.
We would like to announce the opening for applications for the EngGradSoc representatives and president positions:
Dr Hyungwoong Ahn's research project "Low carbon coal-to-H2 process" has qualified for the finals of the IChemE Global Awards 2016 within the Energy category.
Professor Jason Reese has been elected a member of the Fellow of the American Physical Society.
3 out of 4 recent Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame additions are alumni of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Engineering. These include telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell, lighthouse designer Robert Stevenson and structural engineer Sir Duncan Michael.
The University of Edinburgh's Discipline of Chemical Engineering was recently featured on the front page of the IChemE's Education Special Interest Group (EdSIG) newsletter, with a cover story on the Oil and Gas Systems Engineering course.
The Engineering Teaching Organisation greatly enjoyed welcoming all of our new students to The School of Engineering during welcome week.