SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the School of Engineering
A team from the School have won two Primary Engineer MacRobert Medals for prototypes they developed for a nationwide competition to inspire young people about engineering.
Swann Building 7.15
Autonomous systems such as self-driving cars are increasingly relying on LIDAR systems for robust environmental perception, with single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) sensors, which detect and time
Single-photon avalanche diodes (SPAD) enable the detection and timing of individual photons of light and have become a key technology in applications such as automotive LIDAR and biomedical imaging
Sanderson Building, Kings Buildings
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The School of Engineering has received new equipment from Keysight Technologies, and a suite of the School’s previous electrical and electronics equipment has been donated to local schools through the zero-waste charity Reuse Scotland.
In various scientific applications such as neural imaging and single-cell localisation, dynamic regions of the field of view must be captured at high frame rates.
It is envisaged that integrated sensing and communication (ISAC) will be a key 6G technology to optimise the utilisation of resources such as spectrum, energy, and hardware.
Hudson Beare Lecture Theatre 2, King's Buildings, University of Edinburgh and MS Teams
The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) has recognised Remote Labs for creating accessible engineering practical work and curriculum change.