7 Organisations listed for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)

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Arm Education

 

Arm Education

 

Arm Education’s mission is to help close education and skills gaps in Computer Engineering and STEM for the benefit of society. By drawing on Arm’s technological expertise, innovation and partner ecosystem, we provide content to help both teachers and learners achieve their objectives.

Arm is a leading semiconductor Intellecutal Property company which provides fundamental computing platform technologies (CPU, GPU, accelorators, bus architectures, systems IP, etc.) used in many of the world’s business and consumer brands. They do not produce products directly but license their IP to companies and these partners have embeded 200+ billion Arm-based chips in products across most markets. They offer their IP freely to academia for teaching and research.

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Heriot Watt University

Heriot-Watt ranked 1st in Scotland and 4th in the UK for Electrical and Electronic Engineering by the Times and Sunday Times 2021. The School of Engineering and Physical Sciences covers Electronic and Computer Engineering. The School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences covers the systems and hardware / software interface.

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Robert Gordon University

Situated in the energy capital of Europe, with ties to oil and gas and other industries, RGU is the perfect environment for your studies, with renewables, manufacturing and other engineering-related companies right on your doorstep. 

We develop Engineers with the ability to solve problems and to undertake challenging and complex projects in all walks of life. We combine a wide-range of expertise in engineering with purpose-built facilities and strong commercial links to provide well-rounded and practical education; supporting life-long-learning. We work closely with local, national and international companies to ensure that we continue to meets the demands of employers and their changing industries. The result is an impressive suite of flexible course programmes at all levels, as well as professional and innovative services to industry.  

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University of Bath

Bath

The Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering has a number of groups, the Electronics Materials, Circuits & Systems Research Unit leads on teaching activities around electronics materials, circuits and systems, power electronics and machine drives.

 

 

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University of Glasgow

James Watt School of Engineering

 

The James Watt School of Engineering, Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering Division, is one of the leading UK Universities with a history of micro and nanofabrication techniques for over 45 years. The Electronic Systems Design Centre (ESDC) was set up in 2006 to support electronics research.

 

 

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University of Southampton

ECS at Southampton

 

Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton is a leading academic department in the area of Computer Engineering and Informatics, System On Chip, ASIC design and computing architecture. It is one of the first dedicated departments for electronics in the world dating back to 1947 when Professor Eric Zepler founded the Department of Electronics. It developed the first undergraduate course in Electronics in UK and in 1961 formed a dedicated Microelectronics Research Group studying the new field of solid-state electronic transistor circuits. In the 1960s the department had the first professional standard clean room in any university in the UK and today it is home to one of the premium multidisciplinary cleanrooms in Europe. It is also home to the W3C UK & Ireland Office and the Web Science Trust, an international network of world-class Universities promoting the understanding of the Web, through education and research.

 

 

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University of York

 

York department at night

The Department of Electronic Engineering was founded in 1978 with the University of York appointing its first professor of Electronics, Greville Bloodworth, in October 1978. The department has since grown to be a community of over seventy full-time staff and over four hundred students on a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is ranked amongst the best electronics departments in the United Kingdom for teaching quality, and has established world-leading research groups. 

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