Department of Engineering

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Graphene and related materials promise cheap, flexible printed cameras

23 Jul 2014

Dr Felice Torrisi, University Lecturer in Graphene Technology, awarded Fellowship to look at how graphene and two-dimensional materials could enable printed and flexible eyes.

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Dr Habib Fathi receives top PhD Paper Award

17 Jul 2014

Habib Fathi, graduate of the Construction Information Technology Lab (CIT), has been awarded the Charles Eastman Top PhD Paper Award.

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Olympic level experiments into the aerodynamics of cycling

14 Jul 2014

What can the rise and fall of heart rate tell you about your fitness? Just how important is rolling resistance to track cyclists? Can the Velodrome be turned into a wind tunnel?

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Dr Kidambi awarded first prize at the Association of British Turkish Academics Doctoral Research Awards

11 Jul 2014

Dr Piran Kidambi, from the Hofmann Group has been awarded the first prize at the ABTA Doctoral Research Awards 2014.
 

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Alumnus Gavin White awarded Young Consultant of the year by New Civil Engineer

08 Jul 2014

Gavin White, alumnus of the Department, has been awarded Young Consultant of the Year by NCE.

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Nature must remain at the heart of engineering solutions

02 Jul 2014

Dr Michelle Oyen looks at how nature must remain at the heart of Engineering solutions.

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Bulk superconductor sample the team have been experimenting with

Saving energy and space with superconductors

30 Jun 2014

Electrical Engineer Dr Mark Ainslie is looking at how superconductors can make electric motors work better.

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A bulk superconductor levitated by a permanent magnet

Cambridge Engineers Break Superconductor World Record

27 Jun 2014

A new record for a trapped field in a superconductor, beating a record that has stood for more than a decade, could herald the arrival of materials in a broad range of fields.

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Modelling how neurons work together

23 Jun 2014

A highly accurate model of how neurons behave when performing complex movements could aid in the design of robotic limbs which behave more realistically.

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Study finds premise behind bedroom tax is ‘fundamentally flawed’

19 Jun 2014

A new study shows that more than half of English homes - which are the smallest by floor area in Europe - fall short of modern space standards.

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