Pierre Chausse won the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering photo competition with his image - "Nano-Moon." In this blog, Pierre explains how he used chaotic phenomenon to create this unpredictable picture.
Electronic and Electrical Engineering PhD students, James Male and Gorkem Anil Al, were awarded second place in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering photo competition with their image - "Lighting the Way for Human-Robot Collaboration." James and Gorkem discuss their research into autonomous robots and how this enabled their photo concept to come to life.
Elenor Naraidoo is a 3rd year MEng Civil Engineering student and the winner of the Women in Property’s 2020 South West Student Award. In this blog, Elenor shares her journey from the nomination stages of these awards to eventually being announced as a regional winner.
Our BSc Architecture student and poster competition winner Rebekah Ball talks about her two years of placements with an architecture studio in Manchester, the projects she worked on, how working from home affected her and the differences between her two placements.
During our studies in the MSc Environmental Design course we worked on a design project to build a sustainable Passive House standard school. Read about it and watch the video which shows our initial design and explains our sustainable design strategies.