News and events
Reap The Wild Wind
8 October 2014
Professor Simon Watson explains wind energy's contribution to electricity generation worldwide and the challenges it both addresses and faces.
Pulsed Power Researcher Award
19 September 2014
Best Student Award for pulsed power researcher at her first international conference.
Double Honour for Roger Goodall
11 September 2014
The International Federation of Automatic Control honours our Professor
We launch the ‘world’s most advanced’ PV Remote Lab for distance learners
25 August 2014
Our ground-breaking new laboratory is up and running! Students from around the world who enrol on the distance learning version of the Masters course in Renewable Energy Systems Technology in October will be the first to use it.
Systems Engineering Essentials for Engineers
14 August 2014
We are pleased to announce a NEW Systems Engineering module for distance learners
Student Satisfaction Results are out and we're feeling very pleased with ourselves today!
13 August 2014
Our wonderful undergraduates have voted us into the top 5% nationally for overall satisfaction.
The Case for East and West Systems
28 July 2014
Solar panels should face south - everyone knows that. But is it the whole truth?
Can magnetically levitating trains run at 3,000km/h?
14 July 2014
Professor Roger Goodall discusses the potential and the challenges
Energy for rural communities in Assam
10 July 2014
Richard's trip to Indian villages ready for biogas systems to be installed
High Voltage Research Award
3 June 2014
PhD Student recognised for his work on a novel inductive sensor.
International team tackling complex systems challenges
23 May 2014
International team visits Loughborough University to develop new approaches and tools to tackle some of today’s complex systems challenges.
Communications and Signal Processing Professor receives honour from Imperial College
7 May 2014
Jonathon Chambers is awarded a higher doctorate
4th EESE Research Conference Report
17 April 2014
Our fourth annual research conference was another fascinating insight into the breadth of EESE work
Pulsed Power Success
20 March 2014
The second UK Pulsed Power Symposium was a high energy day!
Ioannis picks up top award
19 February 2014
Ioannis Georgiou has been recognised as the most outstanding student in his year at Loughborough University with the award of the Sir William Siemens Medal.
3 January 2014
Combatting climate change: the importance of window energy performance.
CREST researchers reduce PV glare
12 December 2013
CREST researchers have developed a multilayer anti-reflection coating for glass surfaces which improves the efficiency of PV modules and also reduces the annoying glare often seen from the sun’s reflection from PV panels.
Research into the viability of PV in the UK
6 December 2013
We're looking into the factors which impact on the production of PV in the UK. What are the costs and benefits?
Embroidered antenna marks new wave of radio technology
29 November 2013
Fully flexible, lightweight and water resistant - radio communications built into your clothing!
Improving signal processing for the networked battlespace
11 November 2013
School Professor leads £4.4m research project to improve signal processing for the networked battlespace
Control Systems PhD presentation successes
8 November 2013
Four minutes to explain everything - go!
Hooked on making connections
29 October 2013
Spreading the news on the hot topic of textile antennas
European Space Agency award
24 October 2013
Chinwe's last performance as a PhD student scooped her this award.
First ever TechIEHF!
23 October 2013
There's a new membership category in the IEHF,. Read about Ella's pioneering role in its creation.
How tough are our Mudders?
17 October 2013
A valiant CREST team took up the ultimate challenge...
Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference 2014
10 November 2014
This is the 10th LAPC conference so there will be celebrations! Make sure you don't miss this one.