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The University Aeronautics and computational engineering Aircraft noiseof Southampton With expertise in fundamental and applied aeronautics research, Our Institute for Sound and Vibration Research is a recognisedoffers world-class we have repeatedly demonstrated value through our close centre of excellence and it hosts research technology centres forresearch expertise collaborations with industry. The Rolls-Royce Technology Centre Rolls Royce and Airbus. Areas of expertise include:and consultancy for Computational Engineering is an example of a highly productive industrial relationship. Key expertise include: - Gas turbine noise prediction and modellingservices to the - Airframe aerodynamics and aero-acousticsaerospace sector. - Flight simulation through the Microsoft Institute for High - Anechoic chamber noise testing Performance Computing - Psychoacoustics and trade-offs - Multi-disciplinary design optimisationWe provide the - Aerodynamics, turbulence and flow experimentation and modellingideas, solutions - Autonomous air vehicle design and build - Wind tunnels and flight simulation test facilitiesand talent tomeets the needsof aviation, spaceand defence in the21st century. Airports, ATM & operations Electrical power systems & electronics Through multi-disciplinary collaboration we provide business We have a broad portfolio of capabilities across electricalCome and discuss analysis, modelling and optimisation expertise. This enables us to power systems, electronics and sensing. We develop market-your challenges deliver value for our partners in many areas including: leading technology through fundamental modelling, practical experimentation and product development. Example researchand ambitions - Statistical analysis of air traffic delay at airports themes include:with our team of - Movement scheduling to optimise runway capacity - Forecasting demand and spares stock-holding policy - Applied Electromagnetismexperts. - Modelling retail impact of airport check-in procedures - High Voltage Engineering - Price and carbon cost modelling - Nanomaterials and Dielectrics - Robotics and Control - Superconductivity - Micro Electronic Mechanisms (MEMS) Equipment health management & prognostics Human factors We combine electrical systems, sensing, computational and We cover many aspects of Human Factors and our facilities materials technologies to enable the reliable monitoring and have been pioneering research for over 40 years. ISVR’s Human prediction of component health and failure. Examples of work Factors Research Unit and theTransport Research Group cover include: such areas as: - Health monitoring of new generation aircraft bearings - Subjective responses - Microfluidic devices for structural health monitoring and integrity - Biodynamic responses - Health effects - Motion sickness - Cockpit Ergonomics - Human responses to combined noise and vibration Image courtesy of Rolls-Royce
Advanced Materials & Surface Engineering Cyber Security With a rich portfolio of material specialisms, Southampton is at The Cyber Security Research Centre is our ‘Academic Centre of the forefront of the development and application of materials Excellence’ appointed by the British intelligence agency GCHQ. technology in areas such as: Established across the faculties of Business & Law, Physical & Applied Sciences and Social & Human Sciences, the Centre covers - Tribology hardware devices and software systems. Research topics include: - Composite structures, fatigue and damage - Erosion and corrosion modelling - Formal design – analysis and tools - Nano-structures - Biometrics - Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems - Social networks and cyber behaviour - Nanostructured photonic metamaterials for stealth applications - Trust and privacy.Space Situational awareness Remote sensing and Earth ObservationWe are recognised leaders in space situational awareness (SSA) The Global Environmental Change and Earth Observationresearch, supporting the UK Space Agency, and the Inter-Agency Research Group focuses on the development and application ofSpace Debris Coordination Committee. Areas of expertise include: models and algorithms for extracting information from airborne and satellite platforms, field instrumentation and surveys- Space debris modelling software observing the Earth. Expertise includes:- Near Earth objects assessment- Cloud-based architecture for SSA - Development of global change models in society and- Thermospheric analysis natural resources - Carbon exchange, climate change effects, land cover change, poverty mapping - Multidisciplinary research collaborating with the Southampton’s world renowned National Oceanography CentreSpace structures and engineering Computing Science & Software ApplicationsFrom formation flying, to inflatable structures, we have We collaborate internationally, conducting research which coverscapabilities across a range of space engineering disciplines: all aspects of the use and value of data encompassing transmission, high speed processing and distributed large–scale architectures.- Autonomous systems – formation flying and collision avoidance Our research includes:- Microvibrations on satellites- Multifunctional and hybrid structures - Data provenance, trust and privacy particularly related to control - Spacecraft systems engineering training and agent based computing techniques - Safety-critical systems software engineering with partners in defence, transportation and space sectors - Understanding the new construct of the Web to maximise future opportunities and benefits.