Green electronic technologies, power delivery, RF sensing, Communication, and Materials: photographs showing antennas, sensors, and microscropic images of new electronic materials
Our research broadly covers "Green" Radio frEquency-ENabled Electronics, including:
  • Energy harvesting and energy-efficient solutions.
  • Next-generation imperceptible RF sensing devices.
  • The integration of emerging smart materials in RF to mmWave applications.
  • Human-centric applications wearable and implantable applications. 

"Green" covers aspects from low-waste and sustainable manufacturing, to electronics co-designed with sustainability and manufacturing considerations. 

Find out more about what RF-Enabled vs. RF-Connected means in our recent invited paper, in the IEEE Microwave Theory & Technology Society's 70th Anniversary Special Issue. 

If you are keen on working towards a PhD degree in Green RF-Enabled Electronics, please get in touch directly. The School of Engineering Scholarships are available to both UK and Overseas students.

Our undergraduate projects (MEng and BEng) also align with research and can lead to PhD opportunities; we also regularly look for motivated and capable undergraduate/MSc/PhD students for short-term (e.g. summer) projects and/or internships, so please get in touch if you want to learn more about these opportunities. 

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