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Lectures and Seminars
Keep up to date with developments in your particular interest, whether general or specific. You are always welcome to come to the many lectures and seminars held in the Department, ranging from highly technical, specialist topics to those of more public interest. They are listed on the engineering web site under Events and Seminars and on the talks.cam web site, where you can also find details of many other talks at the university.
Student Placements and Projects
You may remember how much you enjoyed working for a company on a specific project during your time of study. We are always on the lookout for work experiences for our students. You benefit from having young, intelligent, enthusiastic employees for a period of time; we benefit from ensuring our courses equip them thoroughly for the future; the country benefits from producing highly-skilled, practical engineers with a knowledge of the working world. If you would like to find out more about the opportunities, please visit the Department's Industrial Experience Page.
Research and Technical Expertise
If you want to collaborate on research or seek consulting advice, then please use the search engine to find an academic who specialises in your field, or contact the Research Office, who will be able to direct you to the appropriate place.
Part of the world-wide alumni network of Cambridge University
Many graduates retain a strong bond with the University. If you live away from Cambridge, there are alumni groups all over the world offering a wealth of events and social engagement, as well as more local and regional events in the UK, which you might enjoy. There are many other benefits, too. Check out the web site for details.