Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering

  • EIP Scheme: One Month to Go

    Author: Joseph - Hi there, my name is Joseph, and this is my third blog post in which I will try to give you an impression of what it’s like to be on the EIP scheme as part of my...

  • 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...