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Dr Shyqyri Haxha's paper on developing non-invasive sensors for real time monitoring of glucose levels in blood has reached Top 5 in the most downloaded papers in the IEEE Photonics Journal
Year 1 and 2 Electronic Engineering students presented their work in the department's annual Dragons' Den contest at Royal Holloway.
The EU biggest defence company funds industry projects for RHUL Year 4 Electronic Engineering MEng projects supervised by Dr Shyqyri Haxha.
We are pleased to announce that Stefanie Kuenzel has been awarded as the 2019-2020 Excellent Associate Editor Award of Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy.
Xiaoyu Kevin Zhang, EE PhD student, takes the Best Paper Award for “Feeder-Level Deep Learning-based Photovoltaic Penetration Estimation Scheme” at 2020 IEEE APPEEC.
Congratulations to the Microwave Photonics and Sensors group on the announcement that a new patent idea has been successfully granted.
The department is celebrating its first graduating cohort of Electronic Engineers from our BEng, and a very positive first set of results from the National Student Survey.
Maria, one of our pioneering first cohort of students describes how Electronic Engineering at Royal Holloway has helped her to shape her interests, and prepare for life after university
The Department of Electronic Engineering is pleased to announce that Taimur Mirza has passed his viva voce examination.