C-MIU brings together people in an environment that stimulates world-leading research, which is shared with academia, industry, clinicians and the public, and provides research-led training for future leaders in ultrasonics.
Building on the foundation of ultrasonics research established at the University in 1996 by Prof Margaret Lucas, C-MIU has a core team of 10 academics, with over 30 researchers, bringing in over £1.5M per annum, from RCUK, NIH, Wellcome Trust and other sources.
C-MIU is managing the £7.7m Ultrasurge programme grant, led by Prof Lucas, and, with our partners in CUE, is facilitating the recently awarded EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Ultrasonic Engineering, led by Prof Cochran.
08 JunWe are pleased to announce that Prof Margaret Lucas was recently elected as President of the Ultrasonic Industry Association (UIA) at the 51st UIA Annual Symposium in Utrecht. She also received the inaugural award of Fellow for her services to the UIA and to ultrasonics research. Moreover, Dr Andrew Feeney was also elected to the Board of Directors of the UIA at the Symposium. Our congratulations to both of them for their success!
30 MayA collection of photos from the C-MIU's Internal Annual Meeting and Dugald Cameron Lecture
13 JunA collection of photos from the C-MIU Away Day 2022 in Crieff Hydro
24 FebC-MIU academic George John Puthenvila talk at the 7 Minutes of Science event in University of Glasgow
18 JanProf Margaret Lucas was elected a Fellow of the RSE, awarded the IET Achievement Medal for Ultrasonic Technology, and has become the new Dean of Research for the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Glasgow.