Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering

  • EIP Project Planning & First Stages

    Author: Joseph - Hi there, my name is Joseph and last month I began to give some sort of insight into the daily life of an Extended Integrated Project (EIP) student working at Rolls-Royce as part of my Master’s Degree...

  • The EIP Experience; An Introduction

    Author: Joseph - Hi, my name is Joseph and I am a 4th year Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineer (IMEE). Over the coming months I hope to explain to you about my work on the External Integrated Project (EIP) scheme...

  • The Robotics Challenge

    First-year Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering students, Amy and Ben, talk us through their experience of the Robotics Challenge. This project involves building and programming a robot to follow a track in the fastest time. Watch the video on Vimeo.

  • 4 tips on getting a job in the space industry

    Author: Andrew Bacon, 2010 graduate and Space Systems Engineer at Thales Alenia Space - Most space engineers will tell you that ‘space is cool’ which is true and this mainly comes from the fact that most things you do in space...

  • Top tips on pitching your electrical engineering project to industry

    Every year students from the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering pitch their group design and business projects to members of our Industrial Advisory Board at a Dragons' Den style event. Caroline and James from the winning 2017 team share...

  • Winning the IMechE UAS Challenge with Team Bath Drones

    Author: Hemant Chudasama Over the past year, 8 Aerospace and 4 Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineering final year MEng students, have been working together as Team Bath Drones to design an autonomous drone for the annual global IMechE Unmanned Aircraft...

  • Introducing our lunar rover: Aqua Lunae

    Author: William Easdown Since October my team of eight students from Bath SpaceSoc, Aqua Lunae, has been working on a small lunar rover engineering model for the national UKSEDS Lunar Rover Competition. The competition challenges teams from UK universities to...

  • My Placement at SMTC UK

    Hi Everyone! I’m Uvindu, though most of my friends know me simply as “UV”. Originally from Sri Lanka, I moved to Botswana when I was 7 years old. After finishing my A-levels, I moved to the UK in September 2014...

  • Things are about to get electric

    Team Bath Racing Electric (TBRe) represents the University at the annual Formula Student Electric competition. We aim to become the top electric team in the UK in 2017 and to set the foundations for continued electric vehicle research and development...