The Biomedical Electronics Research Group leads many activities in cross-cutting and multi-disciplinary research areas and brings together engineers, scientists and medical researchers. We are developing next generation of healthcare and bio-related technologies across a wide range of applications from Biosensors to Rehabilitation Technologies.
The group is looking for enthusiastic and motivated candidates for PhD projects in one of the many fields in biomedical electronics. Specific projects will depend on the interests of the candidate, with opportunities to interact with colleagues from the Institute for Life Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. The University has numerous state-of-the-art research facilities which can support PhD projects, including the Hybrid Biodevices laboratory and the Southampton Nanofabrication Centre.
please contact a member of academic staff to discuss research topics and follow this link to information about how to apply for a PhD.
The School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton has been changing the world since its foundation and continues to do so. It is one of the world’s largest and most successful departments of its kind, with over 70 years of transformative research and technology development. ECS is unique in the UK in its integration of electronics and computer science, its distinguished record of research success and the scale of its research activities. Research is organised around our world-leading research groups, giving vast scope for specialist and multi-disciplinary PhD projects.