This story published on Monday 15 April 2013
The Electronic and Communication Engineering MSc has been developed to address demands of the fast-growing and challenging area of modern electronic and communication systems...
This story published on Tuesday 2 April 2013
Ian back on home turf as Professor of Radio Science and Wireless Systems Engineering
This story published on Thursday 14 March 2013
The School of Computing and Engineering is offering four full fee-waiver scholarships** to outstanding international student applicants wishing to pursue engineering research...
This story published on Friday 8 March 2013
£22.5 million Learning and Leisure Centre will be operational by 2014
This story published on Thursday 17 May 2012
While many formerly male-dominated professions have been taken up by women in the last few decades, the UK still has one of the lowest numbers of female engineers in Europe. This is despite the industry crying out for engineers of every kind.
This story published on Sunday 3 April 2011
Professor Steve Donnelly has been appointed the new Dean of Computing and Engineering
This story published on Wednesday 7 March 2012
A Nigerian engineering graduate has won the Fen Arthur Prize for Best Overall Engineering Project in 2011 at the University of Huddersfield.
This story published on Friday 6 January 2012
A recent successful visit by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) earned the Electronic and Electrical courses at the University of Huddersfield a further five years of accreditation, giving the University a total of 35 years continuous accreditation.
This story published on Tuesday 20 December 2011
Young engineers got the chance to showcase their efforts at the EES Workshop held at the University of Huddersfield
This story published on Friday 23 September 2011
The most important barometer of student satisfaction is moving firmly in favour of the University of Huddersfield, which is now well established high in the top half of the UK-wide table, and is one of the top 10 mainstream English universities.
This story published on Friday 5 August 2011
Businessman and philanthropist, Lawrence Tomlinson, was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University during awards week, but it wasn’t business on the agenda when he and Chancellor Sir Patrick Stewart met at the Honorary Awards Dinner; the noted “petrolheads” were all about the cars!
This story published on Thursday 19 May 2011
Thanks to a number of nominations, and shortlisted for the second year running, our Placement Unit was awarded the much coveted title of Best Placement or Careers Service 2011
This story published on Thursday 12 May 2011
The dream of a practical solar-powered car might have come closer to reality thanks to blue-sky thinking by a group of engineering students at the University of Huddersfield.
This story published on Wednesday 19 January 2011
Full speed ahead for vital research now that Steve Donnelly is a Huddersfield prof...
This story published on Monday 6 December 2010
The School of Computing and Engineering had hosted yet another successful Annual Researchers' Conference (CEARC'10) dispite the bitterly cold weather...
This story published on Thursday 14 October 2010
When the world's top experts in the field of precision engineering think they are ready to publish their latest research, the University of Huddersfield's Professor Liam Blunt is the man they have to convince...
This story published on Monday 2 August 2010
Lockwood-based David Brown Gear Systems has teamed up with Huddersfield University to offer a master's degree in gear technology...
This story published on Thursday 18 March 2010
The CPT has linked up with the universities of Leeds, Bradford, York, Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam to set up a Nanofactory. Aimed at forging partnerships with firms interested in making the most of latest advances in nanotechnology, this three-year project is part-funded by regional development agency Yorkshire Forward with a total of £200,000 being awarded to the CPT...
This story published on Tuesday 16 March 2010
Among the fruits of research excellence at the University of Huddersfield are the partnerships and collaborations that have been signed with leading national bodies. One of the most exciting and prestigious of these has been the link with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL)...
This story published on Wednesday 17 February 2010
Thanks to a number of nominations, the University of Huddersfield’s Computing and Engineering Placement team were shortlisted in the ‘Best University Placement or Careers Service’ (as nominated by a student or employer) category...
This story published on Monday 1 February 2010
A pioneering department at the University of Huddersfield is using technology to tackle serious crimes ...