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Engineering research

The Department of Engineering’s applied research and knowledge exchange activities aim to develop and sustain its culture, capacity, and growing international reputation.

We are committed to engaging in knowledge generation, applicable research and enhanced societal impact activities. Expertise is primarily focused on telecommunications, smart grid and renewable energy technology, materials engineering, aeronautics, and control engineering.

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Facilities

Academics, Post-Doctoral Research Assistants, Graduate Teaching Assistants and PhD researchers have access to cutting-edge facilities. This includes state-of-the-art software (MATLAB, SolidWorks, and others), hardware (tensile tester, electrical motors, signal generators, oscilloscopes), and e-journals including IEEE subscription, the University‚Äôs Research Repository (PURE), and the ethics monitoring system HAPLO.

The Department of Engineering has a growing community of researchers undertaking investigative projects in a range of areas of engineering. We operate under a university research governance and ethics framework.

If you would like to find out more about our research, please get in touch.