Dr Chris Trayner

This MSc provides a broad education for people building a career giving entry to many areas of electronics. It has topics from renewable energy, e-health, communications, networks, embedded processing and power electronics. These are taught by lecturers who are researchers inventing the technology that you will be using in the future. There are laboratory classes using modern high-quality instruments to gain practical experience designing, building and testing modern systems.

Projects are one of the most enjoyable part of your course. Previous students have done projects on solar power supplies, control of wind generators, CANbus for cars, intelligent buildings, optical wireless and inertial navigation.

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To find out more about my research activities, visit my staff page.

If you have any specific questions about the Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc, please contact me via e-mail: c.trayner@leeds.ac.uk.

For any questions relating to the admissions process and/or your current application please contact our admissions team: pgtelec@leeds.ac.uk.