ECS has achieved excellent results in the Complete University Guide institutional rankings for 2017, topping the UK tables for graduate prospects in both Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Computer Science.
Scientists from the University of Southampton, in partnership with the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), have developed a graphene-based sensor and switch that can detect harmful air pollution in the home with very low power consumption.
An ECS academic will participate in the world’s largest project to expand and update our understanding of evolutionary biology.
Professor Dame Wendy Hall appointed Kluge Chair in Technology and Society at US Library of Congress
Evolution may be more intelligent than we thought, according to Professor Richard Watson of ECS
Professor Dame Wendy Hall has been named among the top 50 most inspirational women in European technology for 2016 as revealed by Inspiring Fifty.
ECS researchers will be attending Parliament today to present their research as part of SET for Britain.
A trial version of Southampton’s innovative STEMReader project is being released to the public.
If it’s February it must be the FPSE Engineering and Technology Careers Fair!
Researchers from ECS are working on a ‘smart’ thermostat to help UK households save money on their energy bills
Four Academics within the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering have again been named in the prestigious Debrett’s 500 for 2016.
Professor Nick Jennings is to leave the University to become Vice Provost (Research) at Imperial College London from 4 April 2016.
Future Worlds, a start-up platform and incubator at the University of Southampton, will be showcasing products to a global audience at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
Nick Jennings, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton, has been made Companion of the Order of the Bath in the Queen’s New Year Honours List for his services to computer science and national security science.
The University of Southampton is to share in £500,000 of funding to provide students with the skills to help protect the UK against cyber-attacks.
The University of Southampton is to work closely with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore to develop cybersecurity solutions for smart traffic control systems.
Minecraft enthusiasts can recreate virtual versions of their home towns by combining publicly-available open data with a new tool developed by a web specialist at the University of Southampton.
Evolution may be more intelligent than we thought, according to Professor Richard Watson of ECS.
The new International Consortium of Nanotechnologies (ICoN) – led by the University of Southampton and supported by a multimillion pound grant by Lloyd’s Register Foundation – has announced its first call for funding. Funding of up to £50k each for fifteen PhD studentship places is now on offer to academia and industry.
A new initiative that brings together University of Southampton researchers, millionaire entrepreneurs, successful start-ups and aspiring student innovators was launched on Tuesday evening at Prince Philip House, London.