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UCL Department of E&EE Research

UCL Department of E&EE Research

UCL Department of E&EE Research

UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering was the first department of Electrical Engineering in England, founded in 1885, and now comprises some 200 researchers working on topics in communications and information systems, electronic materials and devices, optical networks, photonics and sensors and systems and circuits. It has consistently been rated among the top ten UK Departments in its subject area in the UK Government's Research Assessment Exercise. In 2009, alumnus Sir Charles K. Kao received the Nobel Prize for Physics for his invention of low loss optical fibres and their application to global communication systems. In 2012 the Department was awarded 'University Department of the Year' at the European Electronics Industry Awards.



Address :  Roberts Building, Torrington Place, London
Postcode :  WC1E 6JE
Country :  United Kingdom
Website :  http://www.ee.ucl.ac.uk
Membership :  CW_FM_21-50
Size :  21-50 Staff