Our School is home to outstanding facilities for use in our internationally-renowned research and our courses at all levels of study.
As part of our School's research into e-Science, robotics and interaction analysis, we have dedicated facilities for each of these research areas.
Our base in the Kilburn Building is home to modern lecture theatres, dedicated common rooms for undergraduates, postgraduates and staff, as well as laboratories for collaborative study.
In addition to this, the University benefits from leading computing facilities, featuring:
- over 300 computers exclusively for the use of our students;
- collaborative working labs complete with specialist computing and audio visual equipment to support group working;
- access to a range of integrated development environments;
- specialist electronic system design and computer engineering tools.
Explore some of our dedicated facilities below.
The integration of machine learning and AI methods for training robots' cognitive and social skills.
Our work aims to support the creation of "e-laboratories" to assist a range of research areas as well as the needs of industry.
Work in the IAM Lab allows us to examine how users interact with the web, and how the web enables users to interact with it.
Our nanoworkshop has extensive facilities that allow us to fabricate, visualise and characterise structures and devices containing individual elements.