Meet the Department
Meet the EEE academic experts. Find out more about the work they’re doing here at The University of Manchester and discover what ignited their passion for electrical and electronic engineering. You can also learn more about the heritage of the Department, and the knowledge leaders who’ve worked and studied here over the years.
Meet the Department 30th September 2020
Professor Danielle George is to become the new President of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) at the start of its 150th anniversary year.
Meet the Department 25th September 2020
Meet the 2020 – 2021 EEE Society committee members.
Meet the Department 7th August 2020
Professor Jovica Milanovic has received the Supervisor of the Year award for the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Meet the Department 30th July 2020
Dr Jelena Ponocko has been appointed the IEEE Power and Energy Society’s (PES) Women in Power (WIP) representative for the UK and Ireland.
Meet the Department 15th July 2020
Meet the lecturers that will be teaching the first year course units and learn more about what you’ll be studying.
Meet the Department 10th July 2020
Well done on receiving your offer to study in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Our Head of Department William Heath has a personal message for you, as well as the latest information about starting your studies with us in the video below. We know that starting university at a time like this can […]
Meet the Department 10th June 2020
Renewable energy, clean technology and intelligent buildings are essential to being carbon neutral by 2050. Hear Yara’s experience on this MSc course.
Meet the Department 30th April 2020
Photon Science Institute academics including the Department’s Dr Jessica Boland, a Lecturer in Functional Materials & Devices, have been appointed a Future Leader Fellowship.
Meet the Department 21st June 2019
Read all about Tom Kilburn, an important figure in the story of electrical and electronic engineering at Manchester and one of the men who built the historic Baby computer.
EEE in the real world 29th April 2019
Rodosthenis Charalampous – or Rhodes as he’s known by most – is an EEE graduate and PhD student who now works at the National Nuclear Laboratory. Read his story.