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AMT conducts research at the forefront of manufacturing science and technology working in close cooperation with a number of strategic industrial partners and research centres worldwide.
AMRG is building a dynamic, interactive community in materials research to advance technical excellence through collaborative, innovative research in science and engineering.
ACT focuses on architectural humanities, culture, design and tectonics.
BEE aims to inform the sustainable practice of architecture and engineering, in order to enhance the quality of the built environment through world leading fundamental and applied collaborative research.
CfAM focuses on next generation multifunctional Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology.
CSEI is a major centre for research in structural engineering, construction materials, engineering design and construction informatics leading to solutions that contribute toward modern, resilient and sustainable societies.
Advanced fibre composites of processign and performance are the two main areas of focus. Research is applied within a number of sectors including automotive, aerospace, wind energy, power generation and medicine.
The Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Geoprocesses group includes academics and researchers from Civil Engineering and Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Research areas include oceans and atmosphere, geology and geoprecesses, coasts, lakes and sediments, natual hazards and experimental fluid mechanics.
FLUTE have expertise in experimental fluid mechanics, computational fluids dynamics (CFD), two-phase flow and heat transfer enhancement, as well as thermodynamics and systems including internal combustion engines, HVAC and refrigeration, gas and oil process, thermal management and heat exchangers.
FWW work across a wide range of industries including food, bio-products, waste and resource management, wastewater and agriculture to deliver sustainable and resilient solutions to global challenges in the areas of food, water and resource security.
GGIEMR are experts in photonic and optoelectronic simulation, simulation for electromagnetic compatibility and power quality, and the transmission line modelling method (TLM).
Human Factors Research Group (HFRG) apply human factors theory, methods and approaches across a wide range of application areas such as design for usability, efficiency, effectiveness and wellbeing for individuals, teams and organisations.
LCERT's primary incentive is to develop new, innovative methods to reduce fossil fuel emissions that are causing irreversible damage to the earth’s atmosphere.
MAS develops new technologies, analysis and experimental methods to provide the engineering science validation and verification to enable future sustainable energy and transport systems.
NCG has expertise in civil, materials, and mining engineering, and also mathematics to solve all forms of soil and rock-related problems in engineering design and construction.
NGI specialise in satellite navigation and positioning systems, photogrammetry and remote sensing, geospatial intelligence, location based services, semantic, reasoning and cognition.
Research focuses on road asphalt, dock, airport and rail pavements, wider transportation infrastructure, asset management and maintenance, sustainability and the environment.
OAP has strong work in Instrumentation engineering, the science of optical and ultrasonic waves - the creation, detection and manipulation of waves, and light/ultrasound/matter interactions - exploiting the way light and ultrasound.
PEMC's research is in power electronic systems, electrical machine technologies, drivers and controls, and power electronic integration.
The group is developing modelling techniques to predict ways of improving the design, maintenance, and operation of engineering systems in order to reduce the frequency and consequences of failure.
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