Loughborough University Repository

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Loughborough University Repository

Welcome to Loughborough University’s Institutional Repository

This service, being maintained by the University Library, increases the visibility of Loughborough’s research and the materials within it are centrally stored and preserved. Further details about this Institutional Repository and open access are available.

The HEFCE Open Access Policy officially began on 1st April 2016 and therefore we are now prioritising recent papers for processing in order to meet HEFCE deadlines for REF eligibility. Please expect a longer delay in the processing of pre-2016 papers. Thank you.

Communities in the Institutional Repository

Choose a community to browse its collections.

  • Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering [1360]
  • Arts [448]
  • Business and Economics [1679]
  • Chemical Engineering [1193]
  • Chemistry [881]
  • Civil and Building Engineering [2561]
  • Computer Science [824]
  • Design [2450]
  • English and Drama [415]
  • Geography [851]
  • Information Science [426]
  • Loughborough University London [276]
  • Materials [717]
  • Mathematical Sciences [1052]
  • Mathematics Education Centre [301]
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering [4218]
  • Physics [575]
  • Politics, History and International Relations [485]
  • Social Sciences [1224]
  • Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences [2274]
  • University Academic and Administrative Support [584]
  • University Research Centres [939]
  • University Research Groups [54]

Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering : [1360]

The Department has its origins in Automobile and Aeronautical Engineering courses started in 1919 and 1935 respectively. Since becoming a University in 1964 the Department has built on its teaching strengths and gained a national and international reputation for research. The Department also maintains close links with industry and research establishments through its research and consultancy activities. Current and recent collaborations include, EPSRC, BAE Systems, the Ministry of Defence, Rolls-Royce, Ford Motor Company, Land Rover, Jaguar Cars, MIRA, Visteon, Perkins Engines, Rover, Audi, Lotus Engineering and others. The department is also successful in obtaining funding through European channels.