- We have a class 100 and a class 10 Clean Room. These form the Wolfson Nanomagnetics Laboratory - a cleanroom based lab for research and student projects in nanospintronics, multifunctional material/devices and biosensors.
Laboratory space - The general laboratory facilities provide power supplies, soldering facilities and compiler facilities for a hands-on student experience.
RF laboratory - Our RF laboratory has a full range of industry standard test equipment operating up to 4 GHz, including signal generators, vector network analysers, spectrum analysers and high speed oscilloscopes. Students are able to build and test RF systems from discrete component level through to interfacing multi-band communication chip-sets commonly used in consumer electronics. A range of directed projects throughout the course develop the necessary design, test and measurement skills required by this competitive industry.
Computing facilities - General PC facilities with specialist software are available in a number of rooms.
Mechanical workshop facilities - These provide general mechanical engineering facilities including 3D printing.