The Electronic and Electrical Engineering degrees offer a wide range of research disciplines, related to Electronic, Wireless Communications, Satellite Communication, Measurement and Instrumentation, Control Systems, Robotics, Image and Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence Applications such as Modelling, Features Extraction, Classification, Optimisation, Scheduling, Navigation and other applications, Information Engineering, and Computer Networks. The research is conducted in a highly stimulating academic environment which can be categorised within the research groups, namely Electronics Systems Research, Sensors and Measurement, Power Systems, Wireless and Computer Communication. The Department enjoys an international reputation for its work and prides itself in allowing students the freedom to realise their maximum potential.
Careers and your future
Tailored careers support is offered to all our current PhD students and for up to 3 years after you complete your research at Brunel. We help you to actively engage in career planning and managing your personal development right from the start of your research. Our careers provision includes online advice, one to one consultations and a range of events and workshops.
In addition, where available, you may be able to undertake some paid work as we recognise that teaching and learning support duties represent an important professional and career development opportunity. MPhil option available.