Research in Engineering and Design is of world renown. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), 88 per cent of our research outputs and 90 per cent of our research impact is categorised as world leading or internationally excellent.
The Department has strong links with industry, which are used to benefit both Masters-level and PhD research projects and enhance the employment opportunities for our graduates.
The Department has well-equipped research laboratories along with teaching laboratories dedicated to Masters-level courses.
Our research students benefit from direct supervision by research-active staff, along with training and professional development opportunities provided by the School of Engineering and Informatics and the University’s Doctoral School.
We have a vibrant international community within the Department, with students and faculty from all over the world.
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Heat Transfer Applications
MSc Individual Project
Cybernetics and Neural Networks
Finite Element Analysis
Gas Turbines and Turbocharging
Strategic Management - Engineering module
Testing & Modelling for Automotive Power Systems
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