Department of Engineering

  • PhD Student’s paper on Railway Digital Twins wins Best Paper Award

  • Cambridge machine learning experts announced as Turing AI Fellows

  • The Department of Engineering joins £6.1m programme to transform the capabilities of silicon chips

  • PhD student wins funding to pilot air quality monitoring project in Sweden and Portugal

  • The UK has bold plans to reach net zero emissions, but it must go beyond just turning off the CO₂ taps

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Latest news

PhD Student’s paper on Railway Digital Twins wins Best Paper Award 

30 Nov 2020

PhD student Mahendrini Ariyachandra has been announced the winner of the Best Paper Award at the 37th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC)

Cambridge machine learning experts announced as Turing AI Fellows

27 Nov 2020

Dr Jose Miguel Hernandez Lobato and Dr Adrian Weller have been awarded Turing AI Acceleration Fellowships to deliver world-class Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.

The Department of Engineering joins £6.1m programme to transform the capabilities of silicon chips

26 Nov 2020

Researchers from the Department of Engineering have started work on a £6.1m UKRI-EPSRC programme grant to transform the way data is communicated and processed on silicon chips.