Congratulations to James Kent who won an IET Ambition Award
over the summer. James was the top student in electronic engineering at the end of the first year and the award is well deserved.
In the Summer of 2012 Aston was featured in the Institution of Engineering and Technology Partner News publication.
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Aston was one of the universities on the Pedal4Innovation 750km charity cycling marathon which staff from Silica completed last week. Some of the money raised will be awarded to students to help pay for university fees. Read More
Two Aston students spent a day on the IET stand at the Big Bang exhibition demonstrating Theremins that they had designed as part of an entrepreneurship module.
Electronic Engineering Society lab opens
12 February 2012
First year Electronic Engineering students have taken on the running of an electronics laboratory to enable them to work outside of timetabled classes. The lab is open to all society members 9-5pm every week day. It is hoped to move to extended access once the trial period is over.
PhD student Graham Lee has been awarded £500 by the Scholarships Committee of the IET to support a study trip to the Data Storage Institute in Singapore.
Richard Chambers wins second prize in School of Engineering and Applied Science video competition
02 February 2012
Final year Electronic Engineering student Richard Chambers won second price in the School of Engineering and Applied Science video competition. The video described a first year project where he designed an audio amplifier that fitted into a wall plug socket.
Aston University PhD student, Graham Lee, has won this year’s UK final of the Institute of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Present Around the World competition.
His talk entitled ‘Machining in a world smaller than a human hair’ impressed the judging panel at the event, which was held in Birmingham City Centre, at the IET’s Austin Court facility.
30 July 2011
Mr Underwood performs Steve Reich's pendulum music using theremins designed by first year student Valentins Ganins as part of a summer project at Aston. The performance took place at the HandsOff 2011 theremin symposium
Electronic Engineering rewards its most successful students Competition
15 July 2011
Each year we have the pleasure of distributing a number of prizes to the most highly performing students. This year’s prizes went to Thomas Barnett, Bander Alrouli, Ahmed Mohammed Saleh, Oliver Maskery, Kishan Bharwad, Richard Shaw, Monika Obrocka, Alexander Poole, Michael Belcher, Huw Ayling-Miller. Congratulations to all these students!
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Seven students transfer to new MEng
01 July 2011
Seven second year students have transferred to the recently launched fast track MEng programme. They will take additional classes over the summer before the complete either an industrial placement or a study placement at a European University. When they return to Aston in the autumn 2012 they will take Master’s level modules to complete their MEng.