The University of Edinburgh is committed to providing an outstanding student experience where possible, offering employment opportunities that provide both income and work experience during a student’s time with us, preparing them for life beyond their studies and equipping them with the expertise and attributes they need to achieve their full potential within the global community.
Dr Jamie Marland and Margaret Normand from the Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems (IMNS) have both received prestigious awards from the Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers (WCSIM).
We are delighted to report the Innovation Initiative Grants awarded to the School of Engineering and Engineering Student Societies in the spring 2018 round of applications.
Congratulations to all students involved.
Sunday, September 30, 2018
Conventional detection systems typically comprise analogue sensors, analogue to digital conversion, digital signal processing and sometimes digital to analogue conversion, all driven by a synchrono
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Epilepsy is one of the most life-changing chronic conditions in the UK, affecting 1 among 100 persons at some point in their life. Information that could facilitate personalised monitoring and characterisation of this disease is an urgent, yet unmet, clinical need. The extraction of novel personalised brain activity markers in epilepsy, in the context of a better understanding of risk factors, could provide the basis for novel future interventions and public health strategies for primary and secondary prevention of developmental impairments and strategies to improve surgery planning.
Project ThermaSMART is an international and intersectoral network of organisations working on a joint research programme in the area of phase-change cooling of high-power electronic devices.
Multiphase flows, interfaces and phase change from nano- to macro-scales
The power electronics research team within the Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh is seeking an experienced Research Associate (Power Electronics) to support the EPSRC funded programmes “High Current Module and Technologies Optimised for HVDC’ and ‘Quietening ultra-low-loss SiC & GaN waveforms’. The successful candidate will work closely with the team at Edinburgh and collaborators at partner universities to deliver advances in switching control and efficient use of Silicon IGBT and Silicon Carbide MOSFETs in high power applications.