Photonics Day is being re-launched by the Zepler Institute as a celebration of the truly multidisciplinary nature of photonics research
ECS graduates have recorded outstanding success in the 2013 jobs market, according to results of the official DLHE survey (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education), released this month.
Professor Tariq Durrani, ECS Alumnus, is one of three candidates in the election for the prestigious role of IEEE President 2015.
ECS is sponsoring the first European tech conference for students and recent graduates.
The University of Southampton is one of a select number of UK universities whose students are eligible for the Sagentia STEM Bursary scheme.
Southampton researchers are aiming to improve energy efficiency, cut costs and reduce carbon emissions in the country’s non-domestic buildings.
Over the last two years, TDHVL, with support from a large number of staff across the University have been developing their systems, structure and working practices to ensure that the laboratory is compliant to three key standards:ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management, ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management.
Many congratulations to over 200 new graduates of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) who received University of Southampton degrees this week.
21 July 2014
The University of Southampton is part of a research programme that has been awarded £6.4 million to develop lighter, safer, and more fuel efficient aircraft.
The fourth annual, and biggest ever, UKESF (UK Electronics Skills Foundation), summer school was hosted by the University of Southampton this month (7 to 11 July).
Researchers from the University of Southampton have helped to develop a new web application for gathering evidence during natural disasters, which will enable more effective emergency response.
07 July 2014
The fourth annual, and biggest ever, UKESF (UK Electronics Skills Foundation), summer school is being hosted by the University of Southampton this week (7 to 11 July).
Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Dean of Physical Sciences and Engineering at the University of Southampton, has been named as the most influential woman in UK IT by a national computing website.
27 June 2014
As part of the University of Southampton’s Reunion Experience 2014, we're welcoming back alumni to a special engineering showcase on Saturday 12 July
ECS alumna Shirin Dehghan visited ECS today (Monday 23 June – National Women in Engineering Day).
The University of Southampton has appointed Liam Maxwell, the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for HM Government, as a Visiting Professor in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton.
The University of Southampton officially launches its new Web Science Institute on Thursday 12 June to investigate how the World Wide Web is changing the world and the world is changing the Web.
Three University of Southampton research projects have been shortlisted for a national award, which recognises their public engagement work. The projects are all nominated for awards in the Engage Competition 2014 run by the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE).
Professor Dame Wendy Hall is one of the judges for a new £10M prize which has been launched to solve one of the greatest scientific problems facing the world today.
05 June 2014
As part of the University of Southampton’s Class Reunion Experience, we're welcoming back alumni to a special engineering showcase. Alumni from the years 1954, 1964, 1974, 1984, 1994 and 2004 are warmly invited back to celebrate the anniversary of their graduation. There will be the opportunity to tour our world-class facilities, find out more about our current research, share memories and catch-up with old friends.