University of Bradford Faculty of Engineering
University of Bradford Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
Advanced Materials Engineering
Advanced Materials Engineering (AME) focus is on structuring advanced polymeric and biomedical materials via processing, with associated modelling, for:
- high added-value products and methodologies and therapies aimed primarily at health and wellbeing
- resource efficient materials, enhancing the value of feedstocks
Located in the world-class 4000 square foot Polymer Interdisciplinary Research Centre at Bradford, AME builds on decades of Polymer IRC research and knowledge transfer strengths whilst utilising its leading edge facilities. It is lead by Professor Phil Coates, FREng who is also the Director of the UK Polymer IRC UK network.
The Applied Computing Research Unit has established track record in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Visual Computing, Image Processing, Big Data, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Mobile Applications.
Members of the research unit have been engaged in the delivery of cutting edge technology, advancing the state-of-the-art and delivering innovative computer systems for SMEs and large industries (e.g. ESA, NASA, NHS, Yorkshire Water).
Automotive Research Centre
The Centre was established by the University of Bradford in January 2010 to build on the School of Engineering’s research expertise in Mechanical Engineering, bringing together staff knowledge, expertise and experience over a broad range of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering related topics with a focus on CO2 reduction in the road transport sector.