Ranked Top 10 in England
for Research Intensity
Research Excellence Framework 2014
6th in the
Times Higher Education
'Table of Tables' 2017
Queen's Anniversary Prizes
for the Quality of our research
We are seeking engineering excellence
The Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering is committed to delivering excellence in research and teaching. Underpinning our commitment are significant new investments in both our facilities and academic staff. We are seeking colleagues who share our commitment to excellence. We shall consider applicants who can lead and support research activities across our disciplines, to broaden and deepen our skills base in addressing current and future engineering challenges in thermal energy engineering and wave and ocean energy.
We would particularly like to encourage female applicants where we actively seek to increase numbers. Applications from those who might want to work part-time are also welcome.
Investing in our staff
Our staff and students are the heart of the University and are the key to its ongoing success.
As Professor of Information and Knowledge Management, Professor Tom Jackson is just one of our leading lights. Tom is the Director of the Centre for Information Management. His research areas are Electronic Communication and Information Retrieval, and Applied and Theory based Knowledge Management.
Dr Emily Keightley, who is a Reader in Media and Memory Studies, explains how being part of the Communication and Culture ‘Beacon’ has opened up opportunities for new cross-disciplinary research collaborations. Emily has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Leadership Award to run a five year project on cultural memories of Partition of India.