The department of Electrical Engineering and Automation began operating on 1 January 2014. It represents the merger of three departments: Automation and Systems Technology, Electronics and Electrical Engineering. All three departments have had significant shared research interests and have worked with common industrial partners.
The four research focus areas of the department are as follows:
The area of wellbeing and a smart living environment includes topics like health technologies and illumination engineering. The focus areas of the department are well in line with the School of Electrical Engineering’s focus areas.
Research project funding has been planned for the long term.
The Robotics Roadmap would guide national developments in the field in the face of accelerating international competition
The title of thesis is User acceptance studies for LED office lighting: light spectrum and correlated colour temperature
The title of thesis is Measurement and Prediction of the Spatial Decay of Speech in Open-Plan Offices