On 23 June 2016 the UK electorate voted in a national referendum to leave the EU. There is no immediate, material change for our staff, students and EU-funded programmes, however, there will of course be many questions that staff and students, current and prospective, wish to ask. This site aims to address many of the immediate issues. Given the uncertainty at this stage, we may not be able to answer all your queries, or to answer them definitively, but we will work hard to keep you updated with the relevant changes.
Hyped are proud to announce they have been awarded funds from Innovation Initiative Grant, as well as a cash award, providing a modest, but comfortable budget to continue their research, development and testing. The group are keen to welcome new people and fresh ideas from mechanical, electrical and civil engineering as well as those who would be keen to help with outreach and marketing.
Young Professionals Green Energy Awards 2016 took place on Thursday 26 May in Glasgow and played host to over 300 members, guests and friends from around the world for an evening of entertainment and, most importantly, recognition of the contribution being made by the next generation of thinkers,
The Commonwealth Scholarships Commission have confirmed that the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Scottish Government will provide funding for a small number of Commonwealth Scholarships for candidates from developed Commonwealth countries in 2016-2017 for PhD and s
The annual IMEchE Renewable Strategy Engineering Competition for 2016 is now open for submissions. This competition is open to students and graduate engineers of all ages - Undergraduate students (BEng, BSc, MEng), Postgraduates (MSc, MRes, PhD) and industry-based engineers.
On 9th and 10th May 2016, Sasa Djokic, IES, hosted the second meeting of a joint CIGRE/CIRED Working Group (JWG) C4.42: "Continuous Assessment of Low-Order Harmonic Emissions from Customer Installations".
The Agile Tomography group, affiliated in the Institute for Digital Communications (IDCoM), is selected to demonstrate its state-of-the-art electrical tomography imaging technique at the 2016 Edinburgh International Science Festival at the National Museum of Scotland, from 31 March to 4 April.