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Digital Secretary opens new quantum laboratories at UCL

Digital Secretary opens new quantum laboratories at UCL

The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Jeremy Wright, officially opened UCL’s new quantum laboratories, saying they will provide a boost to the university’s world-renowned research into the technology.

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'LiFi' could provide faster internet access.

'LiFi' could provide faster internet access.

High speed internet could be delivered through the lights in homes and offices, revolutionising the way we download and upload information in the future

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UCL partners with Google to grow quantum software industry in the UK.

UCL partners with Google to grow quantum software industry in the UK.

UCL is joining forces with Google to launch a £5.5m Prosperity Partnership, which aims to harness the revolutionary power of quantum computers for applications in modelling and simulation.

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Dr Lidia Galdino awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship

Dr Lidia Galdino awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Dr Lidia Galdino from the department’s Optical Networks Group who was this month awarded a prestigious Research Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

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PhD student exhibits her Mars Rover at Farnborough Air Show.

PhD student Eleni Bohacek recently exhibited her experimental Mars Rover that she has been building based on a disability scooter at the internationally famous Farnborough Air Show.

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ICCS member to take part in largest ever Antarctic field campaign

ICCS member to take part in largest ever Antarctic field campaign

Paul Brennan, professor of microwave electronics in the Dept. of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and member of ICCS will, from this Autumn, take part in 5-year effort to examine the stability of the Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica.

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UCL Engineering celebrates International Women in Engineering Day (INWED)

Congratulations to the department’s staff and students for making our International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) 2018 celebrations such a great success!

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A new theory predicts the existence of an electronic device that works like an inverse transistor.

A new theory predicts the existence of an electronic device that works like an inverse transistor.

Dr Sungsik Lee, an alumnus from the department with a PhD in 2013 (supervised by former UCL EEE Professor Arokia Nathan) is now Professor at Pusan National University in South Korea.

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