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Course Presentation: Electronic & Computer Engineering

  1. 1. BRUNEL UNIVERSITY LONDON Electronic and Computer Engineering
  2. 2. Staff and Students • Staff:  43 Academic Staff  10 Administrative Staff  15 Technical Staff • Students:  500 Undergraduate Students  150 Postgraduate MSc Students  170 Research Students
  3. 3. Undergraduate Programmes Three main teaching areas: • Electronic Engineering  BEng and MEng programmes • Computer Systems Engineering  BEng and MEng programmes • Digital Media  BSc programmes
  4. 4. BEng Electronics Courses Broad based courses which aim to produce well rounded electronic engineers with high levels of analytical and engineering design skills Common first year grounding in all electronic engineering disciplines, with increasing content of either electrical, communications or computer engineering in years 2 and 3 • BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering • BEng Electronic and Communications Engineering • BEng Electronic and Computer Engineering
  5. 5. Electronic Engineering • You are: • Our courses cover:  Analogue and digital electronics, microelectronics and microprocessors, digital signal processing, sensors, instrumentation, control systems, embedded systems, telecommunications, mobile and wireless systems, management and professional skills “interested in the future of electronics equipment and products that are a vital part of our daily lives”
  6. 6. Electronic Engineering • You will be:  An architect and implementer of the technological revolution
  7. 7. BEng Computer Systems Courses • BEng Computer Systems Engineering • BEng Computer Systems Engineering (Networks) • BEng Computer Systems Engineering (Software) The aim of this course is to provide professional engineers who have the required skills to design the next generation of computer systems By selecting suitable final year modules and a relevant project, students may elect to graduate with one of the specialist ‘Networks’ or ‘Software’ degrees
  8. 8. Computer Systems Engineering • You are: • Our courses cover:  Digital systems and microprocessors, web design, programming, data networks and security, computer architecture and interfacing, multimedia design, object-oriented programming, distributed systems design, management and professional skills “interested in the interface between hardware and software and using technology to enhance our lives”
  9. 9. Computer Systems Engineering • You will be:  An architect and implementer of the next generation of computer systems
  10. 10. Course Structure Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 E&EE E&CompE CSE MEng Level E&CommE
  11. 11. MEng Courses • Aim to produce graduates equipped to play leading roles in related industries:  First two years follow the BEng programmes  Third year similar to BEng but with 1 or 2 specialised modules (programme specific)  Final year includes specialised technical modules and a more wide-ranging interdisciplinary group project with an industrial and/or commercial involvement
  12. 12. MEng Courses • All MEng programmes have a related BEng programme:  The corresponding BEng course for MEng Electrical Engineering with Renewable Energy Systems is BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering • Students may change from BEng to MEng at the end of Level 2 if performing at the required standard
  13. 13. Teaching and Learning
  14. 14. Teaching and Learning • Helping students to take responsibility over their own learning:  Student-centred approach  Range of teaching methods  Peer group learning  Range of assessment methods  Blackboard Learn
  15. 15. Teaching and Learning • Pastoral and academic support:  Personal tutor  Course Director  Taught Programmes Office  Peer Mentoring Scheme  Union of Brunel Students  University support network
  16. 16. Induction Week Egg Race
  17. 17. Level 1 Multidisciplinary Project
  18. 18. Final Year Projects • A final year project is a major part of each degree course and the biggest single piece of work in any degree:  Counts for 40% of the final year Must be related to the degree being studied  Chosen from a list or suggested by a student  Assessed by progress review, presentation, demonstration and submission of a project report
  19. 19. Foreground – Background Video Segmentation Samuel Matheson Smartphone App – Brunel Fresher’s Guide Vimal Arjan
  20. 20. Control of a Ballbot Sharath Subramanya Control of a Bicycle Shing Thant Aung
  21. 21. Evaluation of a MOSFET as a Radiation Dosimeter Tafadzwa Kadere A Smart Uninterruptible Power Supply System Olanrewaju Taiwo
  22. 22. Design and Implementation of an ECG System Sanish Sam Embedded Systems for Signal Processing Jinsong Guo
  23. 23. The Edge of Space Instrumented Balloon Payload: Dev Arora and Nick Rees
  24. 24. Brunel Engineers
  25. 25. National Student Survey 2014 • Overall satisfaction:  4.3 (out of 5) • Subcategories:  4.2 Teaching  4.0 Assessment and Feedback  4.3 Academic Support  4.2 Organisation and Management  4.6 Learning Resources  4.4 Personal Development
  26. 26. Modes of Study • BEng/MEng Full-Time (3/4 years) • Thick Sandwich (+1 year in industry after year 2) • Sandwich courses provide many benefits:  Professional and personal development  Improved academic performance  Enhanced employment prospects  Financial support
  27. 27. Sandwich Courses • Award winning Placement and Careers Centre to help you find a placement company • The placement year is an assessed part of the course and counts towards the degree classification:  ‘...with Professional Development’
  28. 28. Minimum £ Maximum £ Average £ Gross per Week Gross Annual Equivalent Gross per Week Gross Annual Equivalent Gross per Week Gross Annual Equivalent 148 7,700 355 18,500 289 15,072 Placement Salary Survey 2013 • How a work placement can pay for your degree:
  29. 29. Placement Experiences Osman Assenay Patrick Diai
  30. 30. Why Engineering at Brunel?  Professional accreditation by the IET  Excellent international reputation  Full portfolio of traditional and modern engineering programmes  Flexible programmes and modes of study  Excellent placement opportunities  We develop students’ learning abilities  Interdisciplinary problem solving  Active research focused staff  All engineering areas have intensive research activities  Strong postgraduate taught and research programmes
  31. 31. Thank you for coming www.facebook.com/brunelece www.facebook.com/BrunelElectronico www.brunel.ac.uk/cedps/electronic-computer-engineering

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