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Imperial College London (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London
URL: www.imperial.ac.uk

The Department's main objectives are to conduct internationally competitive research, and deliver high quality teaching.

Within each of our five research groups the faculty staff, together with their research associates and students, are working at an internationally competitive level. The outcomes of the research can be seen in many industrial and commercial applications as well as is high quality publications.

We are fortunate to enjoy the support of a wide variety of funding agencies and companies. We are most grateful for this support which from the smallest to the largest amount epitomises the variety and scope of the research work carried out. Research is vibrant and attracts around £3.5 million investment each year.

The Department maintains a strong commitment to teaching, both at undergraduate and higher degree level. Our popular undergraduate and taught postgraduate courses attract excellent students, and our graduates are sought by industry and commerce around the world.

Eric Yeatman

Position: Professor of Micro-Engineering
E-Mail: e.yeatman [AT] imperial.ac.uk
Telephone: 02075946204

Eric M. Yeatman has been a member of academic staff in Imperial College London since 1989, and Professor of Micro-Engineering since 2005. He is Deputy Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and has published more than 150 papers on optical devices and materials, and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). He holds several patents, and is co-founder and chairman of Microsaic Systems Ltd., a MEMS product development company spun-out of the college. He has been principal or co-investigator on more than 20 research council and industry supported projects, with over £7M in research funds raised. He has acted as a design consultant for several international companies, and technical advisory board member to two venture capital funds. His current research interests are in radio frequency and photonic MEMS devices, and energy scavenging for wireless sensor nodes.

Related Projects

Relevant Publications
Paul Mitcheson, Eric Yeatman, John Tudor, Steve Beeby, (2013) Magnetic tuning of a kinetic energy harvester using variable reluctance. In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical , 189, 266-275.

Hailing Fu

Position: Ph.D. student
E-Mail: h.fu14 [AT] imperial.ac.uk

Hailing Fu received the B.Eng. degree from China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, China, in 2011, the M.Sc. degree from Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China, in 2014, and is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree at Imperial College London.
He is currently with the Optical and Semiconductor Devices Group, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London. His research interests include MEMS systems and energy harvesting for wireless sensor network nodes.

Mayue Shi

Position: PhD Student
E-Mail: m.shi16 [AT] imperial.ac.uk

Michail Kiziroglou

Position: Research Associate
E-Mail: m.kiziroglou [AT] ic.ac.uk

Michail E. Kiziroglou obtained his diploma in electrical and computer engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2000 and his master in microelectronics from Democritus University of Thrace, Greece, in 2003. He holds a Ph.D. in microelectronics and Si spintronics awarded by the University of Southampton in 2007. Since 2006, he is a research associate with the optical and semiconductor devices group of Imperial College London. He is also a lecturer at the department of automation engineering, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece. Since 2016 he is an associate project scientist at the department of mechanical engineering, University of California at Berkeley, on the development of microgenerators for aircraft applications. He has over 50 publications in international journals and conferences, 30 of which on energy harvesting devices. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the Institute of Physics. His research interests include energy harvesting devices, microengineering and energy autonomous wireless sensors.

Miwon Kang

E-Mail: k.miwon14 [AT] imperial.ac.uk

Paul Mitcheson

Position: Lecturer
URL: www.imperial.ac.uk/people/paul.mitcheson
E-Mail: paul.mitcheson [AT] imperial.ac.uk
Telephone: 07884 266565

Related Projects

Relevant Publications
Paul Mitcheson, Eric Yeatman, John Tudor, Steve Beeby, (2013) Magnetic tuning of a kinetic energy harvester using variable reluctance. In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical , 189, 266-275.

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