Jobs

You will find information on the current vacancies within the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering as well as insights into the department and the University.

Academic

 
Job Title Job Reference Closing Date Fixed Term/Open Ended Working Pattern FTE (if P/T)
There are currently no Academic jobs available          

Teaching

 
Job Title Job Reference Closing Date Fixed Term/Open Ended Working Pattern FTE (if P/T)
There are currently no Teaching jobs available          

Research

 
Job Title Job Reference Closing Date Fixed Term/Open Ended Working Pattern FTE (if P/T)
Research Associate in III-nitride semiconductors and devices UOS029002 22/07/2021 Fixed Term Full Time  
Research Associate in Digital Manufacturing Imaging Technologies UOS029255 28/07/2021 Fixed Term Full Time  

Professional Services

 
Job Title Job Reference Closing Date Fixed Term/Open Ended Working Pattern FTE (if P/T)
Business Development Manager (EPSRC mmWave Measurement) UOS029079 28/07/2021 Fixed Term Part Time 0.2

"The Department has been at the forefront of engineering since 1917. Over the last few decades we have built our reputation as world leaders in the areas of electromagnetics, semiconductors and communications.   Our state of the art semiconductor facilities allow us to assemble with atoms to achieve remarkable electronic and optical properties.The Communications Research Group are world leaders in wireless and RF communication and we make antennas more efficient in challenging and complex environments. Our Electrical Machines & Drives are working with industry leaders to advance electric transportation that will significantly reduce emissions. My vision for this department is for us to be a top EEE department within the UK and in the world and I welcome you to join us."  Professor Chee Hing Tan, Head of Department

Photograph of Prof Chee Hing Tan - Head of Department 2019.
Researh Overview of EEE

As part of our Centenary celebrations in 2017, we created a video highlighting the areas of research our department is involved in ranging from Energy to Communication and Technology.  Professor Jo Shien Ng, Director of Research and Innovation, introduces the video discussing how although technologies within this field have changed the primary objective of EEE research meeting the needs of our industrial partners has remained the same.  For more information on our research please visit our Research pages and take a look at our Research Brochure.

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