School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchester

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
UMIST Sackville Street Building.jpg
The School of EEE is located in the Sackville Street Building
Location Manchester, United Kingdom
Affiliations Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,
University of Manchester

The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at the University of Manchester was formed at the merger of the Victoria University of Manchester and UMIST in 2005, formed from the former UMIST department of the same name. The School has its origins in the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering in the Manchester Municipal School of Technology.[1][2]

The School currently has 71 academic staff, including 28 Professors.[3]

  1. Mike Barnes, Professor
  2. Tony Brown, Head of School
  3. Ian Cotton, Director of Manchester Energy / Professor of High Voltage Technology
  4. Peter Crossley, Professor of Power Systems
  5. Lionel Davis, Visiting Professor
  6. Andrew Forsyth, Professor of Power Electronics
  7. David H. Foster, Professor of Vision Systems
  8. Patrick Gaydecki, Professor of Digital Signal Processing
  9. Danielle George, Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering
  10. Geoffrey Gott, Emeritus Professor
  11. John Gray, Professor of Robotics and Systems Engineering
  12. Matthew Halsall, Professor
  13. Peter Hicks, Emeritus Professor
  14. Paul Jarman, Visiting Professor
  15. Barry Lennox, Professor of Applied Control
  16. Mohamed Missous, FREng, Professor of Semiconductor Material and Devices
  17. Krikor Ozanyan, Professor, Head of Sensing, Imaging and Signal Processing
  18. Tony Peaker, Emeritus Professor of Electronic Materials
  19. Ali Rezazadeh, Professor of Microwave and mm-wave Engineering
  20. Simon Rowland, Professor of Electrical Materials
  21. Sandy Smith, Professor of Electrical Machines
  22. Aimin Song, Professor of Nanoelectronics
  23. Vladimir Terzija, Professor in Power System Engineering
  24. Hong Wang, Professor of Process Control
  25. Wuqiang Wang, Professor of High Voltage Engineering
  26. Zhipeng Wu, Professor of Antennas and propagation
  27. Wuqiang Yang, Professor of Electronic Instrumentation
  28. Trevor York, Professor of Electronic Systems Engineering