SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the School of Engineering
Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is high speed wireless communications through light emitting diodes (LEDs). Li-Fi has first been coined by Prof.
Faster, more reliable internet connections will move a step closer to reality with the opening of a new centre at the University.
A new generation of high-speed internet technology which is more secure and versatile than Wi-Fi, will be developed at the research facility.
National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) and the University of Edinburgh have partnered to develop a test bed to dramatically improve indoor wireless communications capacity.
The company has shipped its first product - Li-1st.
Connect.ed is a secure and confidential online service that enables alumni to give careers advice to students and fellow alumni.
On 6th August 2013 pureVLC announced breakthrough developments and research that will take its products to new levels.
Professor Luke Bisby discusses building partnerships with industry with the help of EI.
Each of the following Research Institutes is a major centre of expertise and between them they span much of modern engineering: