Department of Engineering

Latest news

Latest news

Ibraheem Haneef

Engineering student picks up UK's first ever Best Student Paper Award at IEEE International Conference on Sensors

07 Jan 2009

Ibraheem Haneef is the first ever student from the UK to win a best paper award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Sensors conference.

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Best Engineering Research in the UK

18 Dec 2008

The Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge has come top of the rankings for General Engineering

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Dr Ioannis Lestas awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

15 Dec 2008

Dr Ioannis Lestas has been awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship.

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Postgraduate poster competition

11 Dec 2008

Graduate Students at Cambridge University Engineering Department ((GS)CUED) held their first annual Engineering postgraduate poster competition

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Student numbers are up

08 Dec 2008

The number of students starting the undergraduate Engineering course has seen a substantial increase on previous years

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Earth from 30km

Teds in space

04 Dec 2008

One small step for bears, a giant leap for Cambridge outreach.

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Oliver Turvey

Oliver racing towards a bright future after gaining first motor sport Blue

03 Dec 2008

Oliver Turvey, a fourth year undergraduate here in the Department, juggles a successful international motor sport career with his engineering degree

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Professor Randall Thomas (left) and Allan McRobie (right) receiving the Happold Brilliant Award from Lady Happold

Happold Brilliant Award

01 Dec 2008

Lecturers at the Department who have been awarded the 2008 Happold Brilliant Award for Excellence

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Andrew Jackson (left) receiving his prize certificate from ICE Director General Tom Foulkes

A paper about pile-jacking has netted Engineering PhD student Andrew Jackson more than £2000

24 Nov 2008

A paper about pile-jacking has netted Cambridge University PhD student Andrew Jackson more than £2000.

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Sarah Ong

Yak Yak

19 Nov 2008

Yak down (fine hair) is set to contribute to the revitalization of the economy of one of the world’s most remote regions thanks to efforts from a Cambridge University engineering graduate.

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