Our mission is to advance awareness and understanding of telecommunications engineering through addressing global research challenges, transferring knowledge and developing world-wide strategic partnerships.
The Electronics, Communications and Information Systems Engineering Research Group (ECISE RG) has been at the forefront of pan-European, national and industrially-funded research in the areas of mobile, wireless and satellite communications since the early 90s. The subsequent wealth of experience and know-how have helped to ensure that we remain at the cutting-edge of research and development in engineering and technology. Such experience has been successfully diffused through to our MSc portfolio, which reflects our research strengths.
Research within the ECISE is conducted in purpose built laboratories, each with a dedicated focus. The Electrodynamics Laboratory includes new near field and SAR measurement facilities up to 6 GHz, and a 100 cubic metre anechoic chamber, which is capable of providing measurements up to 20 GHz. Other laboratories are dedicated to mobile and wireless networking, wireless sensors and embedded systems, network performance modelling and satellite communications.