Electrical engineering is a professional engineering field which deals with various electric-related issues like electric power engineering, electronics, power electronics. It has many sub-disciplines that are microelectronics, telecommunication engineering, signal processing, control engineering, computer engineering, integrated circuits, digital electronics, power engineering, optoelectronics. The field aims to look into the problems of electronic systems which can be large scale (electric-power engineering) or small scale (nanoelectronics). The discipline aims to provide knowledge about generation, distribution, transmission and application of electrical energy. Graduates can work as engineers in very broad job occupations, starting from manufacturing of electronic components to electrical power systems and telecommunication engineers.
The department of Electrical Engineering offers a PhD degree in Engineering Science and a PhD degree in Engineering Technology.
The IDCORE is a partnership of the Universities of Edinburgh, Exeter, and Strathclyde, Scottish Association for Marine Science, and HR Wallingford.
The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) at the Centre for Digital Entertainment (CDE) is a collaboration between the University of Bath and Bournemouth University. It offers the opportunity to conduct research in an industrial context. Industrial collaborators come from the fields of computer games, VFX, image processing, graphics and animation. The program lasts 4 years, of which 3 will be spent in a company engaged on research projects, one on Masters level courses.
Project title: Disruption of bacterial spores using microwaves and nano-particles
We invite applications from well-qualified candidates whose research interests correspond to our areas of research expertise focused on Telecommunications.
The Department welcomes applications from students wishing to pursue graduate level research in Nanotechnology.
The Department welcomes applications from students wishing to pursue graduate level research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
The purpose of doctoral studies is to train scientists capable of independently performing research and development (social) activities and able to solve scientific problems. Fostering future scientific leaders is one of the top priorities of Kaunas University of Technology. We encourage the creative and intellectual leaders of tomorrow to participate in frontier research and innovation conception while collaborating with internationally recognised research groups.
The goal of the graduate education in Mechatronics is to integrate basic engineering disciplines into a meaningful program for educating graduates who are conversant with all of the relevant technologies needed to create modern and smart products.
Organic Electronincs with research interests in: Synthesising new monomers and polymers for electronic device application; Fabrication of polymer MISFETs, Schottky diodes, LEDs, electrical and optical characterisation of polymers and devices, AFM/EFM/Kelvin probe studies on fabricated devices.
Optoelectronics research is directed at advancing design and system applications of semiconductor optoelectronic and organic electro-optic devices including laser diodes and optical waveguides.
Optical Communications with research interests in: Advanced optical communications systems for long-haul core networks; Optical networking and future all-optical networks; Optical and electrical signal processing