Engineering

Engineering at the University of Brighton

It’s Back to the Future for Ray

Raymond (Ray) Jones has come back to the University of Brighton – 60 years after graduating. The 81-year-old contacted the University out of the blue and the Students’ Union responded by inviting him for a day’s tour of the campuses during which Raymond declared: “My years in Brighton were the best of my life.” Ray…

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Formula One Expert Mark Gallagher Open Lecture

Friday 27 April 11am Cockcroft building room 101 The Engineering Division is delighted to welcome Mark Gallagher to the University of Brighton. Mark has many years experience with Formula One racing. He will be giving an open lecture sharing his insights on ‘Engineering, Excellence & Success’. Mark is happy to chat to folks afterwards. http://www.mark-gallagher.com/

Advanced Engineering Building UoB sign

New Advanced Engineering Building official opening

The University of Brighton’s new £14 million Advanced Engineering building will be officially opened today at an event which celebrates the role of women in engineering. The Advanced Engineering Building is a state-of-the-art facility which supports both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research and which houses the Advanced Engineering Centre which has an international reputation…

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Fantastic final year projects

Our final year engineering students did a fantastic job showing industry, lecturers, fellow students and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Debra Humphris their final year projects at the Engineering Project Exhibition today. Their knowledge and enthusiasm shone through as they talked through cross-discipline projects, such as Team Kestrel’s project and individual work with pride. Well done everyone!

Graduate helps dinosaurs make a comeback

A University of Brighton graduate has helped bring dinosaurs ‘back to life’ in China. Vaios Panagiotou, awarded a Mechanical Engineering BEng(Hons)degree, has spent the last four years building and maintaining life-sized robotic dinosaurs which move and roar to packed crowds at Beijing’s National Stadium.

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