The department has been at the forefront of engineering research for many years and internationally recognised for it's work in mechatronics, microelectronics, advanced sensor technology, renewable energy and digital systems design. The RAE 2001 awarded the department a rating of 4. Teaching is equally of a high standard with an excellent rating of 22/24 points by the Teaching Quality Assessment.
Always seeking to push boundaries and leading the way in excellent research, the Engineering Department at Lancaster University has announced a number of new PhD scholarships. Read more
Fri 11 April 2014
A Lancaster University professor has contributed to a key report published by The Royal Academy of Engineering into the future of wind energy in the UK. Read more
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Thu 10 April 2014
Buskerud and Vestfold University College in Norway is seeking applicants for a 3-year PhD Project on MEMS Thz devices for spectroscopy and imaging. The project will collaborate with Professor Claudio Paoloni at Lancaster University. Read more
Tue 11 March 2014