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Electronic and Electrical Engineering (F46)

The Department is one of the leading departments in its subject area, worldwide, and of departments that submitted all of their academic research staff for assessment in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), UCL was ranked as one of the leading department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in the UK.

We continue to push in new directions in both research and teaching, building on our long-established links with industry. We are a major contributor to the London Centre for Nanotechnology, one of the first Electronic Engineering departments in the UK to introduce Problem Based Learning into our undergraduate courses, and an innovator in postgraduate training with specialist programmes such as the sector leading MSc in Telecommunications with Business and a two year Masters programme with a year in industry in partnership with Cisco.

The Department leads the EPSRC funded Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems (IPES) and Photonic Systems Development, both joint centres with the University of Cambridge. Other CDTs that EEE academics are involved in are the Imperial-UCL CDT in Advanced Characterisation of Materials and the UCL CDT in Developing Quantum Technologies.

We are proud of our heritage as the first Electrical Engineering department in England and our ethos of constant development and innovation continues a tradition inspired by our first Head of Department, Professor Sir Ambrose Fleming, inventor of the thermionic valve and hence the founder of the discipline of electronics.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering (F46)

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F46 Internet of Things

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the Internet of Things (IoT) for postgraduate students who already have a background in electronic engineering or a related subject, an understanding of basic networking and some software (coding) experience. The course is designed to give the students a solid grounding of the key technologies involved and how they are integrated to form complete IoT systems. We also aim to give students an understanding of how the internet of things fits within the wider context of the ICT industry.

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27/02/201703/03/2017£1500.00[Read More]
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F46 Organisational Design, People and Innovation Management

This five-day module addresses the principles of organisational design and the management of people as a resource within a set of effective processes. This is then developed to consider the way that a company exploits its R&D; activity and in particular the management of innovation from concept to product. Finally, the global dimension of all the business aspects (marketing, product management, organisational design, etc) is examined.

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06/03/201710/03/2017£2000.00[Read More]
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F46 Wireless Communications Principles

This module covers the principles associated with data transmission, with a special emphasis on aspects concerning the physical-layer and the medium-access control layer. The module emphasizes both the foundations as well as the applications of the various algorithms, techniques and protocols.

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13/03/201716/03/2017£1500.00[Read More]

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