The University of Southampton

The University of Southampton is one of the best places in the world to study electronics and electrical engineering, computer science and IT with state-of-the-art, industry-standard equipment housed in superb laboratories. Take a video tour to discover what our students say about the facilities.

David Barron Computing Laboratory

An unrivalled facility within the University providing a dedicated and accessible space for ECS students to use for individual and project work

Future Worlds startup incubator

Future Worlds is a unique and vibrant startup network at the University of Southampton which helps nurture aspiring entrepreneurs and cutting-edge technologies

Zepler Institute Cleanroom Labs

Our Mountbatten Building houses one of the world’s leading cleanroom complexes for materials and device research in diverse fields ranging from electronics through to photonics and bionanotechnology

High Voltage Laboratory

The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory is one of only a handful of similar facilities in Europe. It contains a full range of equipment to support ECS research and consultancy in high voltage engineering

Centre for Hybrid Biodevices

Hybrid Biodevices are micro- and nanoscale machines that have the potential to transform the way molecules, cells, tissues and whole animals are studied

Tony Hey Project Laboratory

World class facilities and equipment specifically for undergraduate Electronic and Electrical Engineering students who are undertaking project modules

Cyber Security Laboratory

a state-of-the-art space for students to safely engage in cyber related activities, including malware detection, deactivation and penetration testing

Gait Biometrics Tunnel

This lab is used primarily for collecting complex biometric data, recognising the totally unique gait patterns that give us all our own walking fingerprint

PhD Research Laboratories

We offer a number of cutting edge research labs which provide specialist facilities for PhD researchers and groups to undertake ground breaking research

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