Dr Martin Macauley
- Honorary Research Fellow (School of Engineering)
B.Sc. in Natural Philosophy
Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics
Experimental investigation of the properties of nuclei by the scattering of high energy electrons and theoretical shell model calculations.
Currently Lecturer in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Real Time control of grid-connected hydro-turbine and wind generators with Harry Davie, David Fraser and Dave Winning.
Study of the visual system of land crabs with Jon Barnes, Geoff Horseman and Aaron Johnson.
The physics of stringed musical instruments with Nick Bailey.
Real time computer systems at the hardware software interface
I supervise a team of Electronics and Software Engineering students in Team Project ESE3 (Software) COMPSCI4044P, which is organised by the School of Computing Science.
I teach the following Electronics and Electrical Engineering courses :
- Computer Architecture 2 ENG2014
- Real Time Computer Systems 3 ENG3043
- Computer Arch & Communications 4 ENG4040
- Computer Communications II (Lans) ENG5021
and I assist with
- Real Time Embedded Programming ENG5220.
I am the Quality Officer for the College of Science and Engineering.