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  • Train

    The TransEnergy project led by the University of Sheffield, will work with Network Rail to investigate how battery storage could be used to power our railways.

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  • Turbines

    Our academics are charting a course towards a low carbon future for Britain and the wider world. 

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  • NXP winners

    NXP Cup winners

    EEE autonomous car racing students secure 1st place and 3rd in UK to qualify for European finals in May.

  •  A group of researchers from the UK, including Dr Ian Ross from our Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, have demonstrated the first practical laser that has been grown directly on a silicon substrate. This has the potential to transform communications, healthcare and energy systems

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  • Giant UK battery launched to tackle challenges in energy storage

    One of the UK's largest battery-based energy storage facilities has been connected to the grid as part of new research led by the University of Sheffield on the growing area of energy storage. Academics from our department are part of the University's energy storage research team.

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    Our investment in semiconductor research equipment

    The department has invested £6 million in the last 12 months in semiconductor research equipment, including a new Cluster Tool as part of a larger EPSRC grant.

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    Mobile World Congress

     The world’s biggest and most influential mobile telecoms event, Mobile World Congress was recently held in Barcelona.  Of more than 2000 exhibitors, one of the department's spin off companies, Ranplan, has been named as one of the 10 Movers and Shakers to watch out for.

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    Challenges and Innovations in Automotive Engineering Research

    The event is is an opportunity to inform the automotive industry and its supply chain of the challenges and innovations in automotive engineering research. 

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    EMD Research Group to host a UK Magnetics Society Seminar

    The Electrical Machines and Drives Research Group will host a UK Magnetics Society Seminar on the topic of Innovative Electrical Machines, on Monday 15th February 2016.

  • Hao Fu

    Best in Cohort Prize Winner announced

     Ms Hao Fu has been awarded the Best in Cohort Prize for 2014/15.

  • Yingnan Rao receiving The David Howe Prize from Dr Luke Seed

    Inaugural David Howe Prize: Winner Announced

    Ms Yingnan Rao has been awarded the inaugural David Howe Prize in Electronic and Electrical Engineering for 2014/15.

  • Telecom Summit

    Innovative Telecom Energy Efficiency and Infrastructure Summit

    Professor O'Farrell will be giving a Speech on Energy Efficiency Metrics for Communication at the Innovative Telecom Energy Efficiency and Infrastructure Summit, April 21-22, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

  • Petru Tarabuta IET Awards

    EEE student wins IET Grant

     EEE student, Petru Tarabuta has been awarded a grant from The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

  • Petru Tarabuta receiving his prize from Professor Seed

    Congratulations to the first Professor Frank Benson Prize Winner

    Congratulations to Petru Tarabuta, winner of the first award of the Professor Frank Benson Prize which was established in 2015 through the kind generosity of Professor Benson’s sons Trevor and Peter Benson. The prize was presented to Petru by Dr. Seed.

  • The judging panel for the Royal Society Winton Prize.

    The Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books

    Dr Jo Shien Ng, Royal Society University Research Fellow /Senior Lecturer Elect in our department was part of the judging panel for The Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books.