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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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Designed in close collaboration with industry, this programme takes a theoretical and a practical approach to ensure it meets the requirements of potential employers. Read more
Designed in close collaboration with industry, this programme takes a theoretical and a practical approach to ensure it meets the requirements of potential employers.

The interdisciplinary nature of the MSc makes it suitable for applicants from a wide variety of engineering and scientific backgrounds. It is appropriate for you if you wish to enter, or enhance, a technical career in the petroleum, oil and gas industry.

This MSc is studied full-time over one year starting in September and comprises two semesters of taught modules followed by an individual research project.

This programme integrates important, current and employer relevant themes and enables students to acquire knowledge and skills across a wide range of appropriate topics for petroleum, oil and gas technology, with an emphasis upon chemical engineering applications.

This MSc is taught by lectures, practical experiments and design projects, supported by problem classes and tutorials. Laboratory-based work is an important part of the programme and takes a number of forms, from experimental investigation carried out individually in a short period of time, to extended group project work in which teamwork, project management and communication skills are as important as technical proficiency.

Core modules

• Energy Technologies
• Advanced Process Safety and Control
• Industrial Management, Research Skills and Project Planning
• Advanced Process Simulation and Modelling Techniques
• Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering
• Chemometrics for Engineers
• Petroleum, Oil and Gas: Chemical Engineering Technologies MSc Project

The focus on technology, its applications, uses and refinements, are novel features of this programme.

Our campus is ideally situated in the Humber region, which is home to more than 350 companies involved in the chemical and allied industries including ConocoPhillips, BP Chemicals, Total, Reckitt Benckiser and Smith and Nephew.

As a student on the MSc, you will gain access to some of the best facilities in the UK including the Centre for Assessment of Technical Competency (CATCH). This £8 million centre provides a fantastic opportunity to experience realistic equipment and operating procedures.

We work closely with industry to ensure the standard of our teaching keeps pace with advances in the profession. For this reason, our engineering graduates are highly soughtafter by all employment sectors.

The School’s continued development of chemical engineering-related provision has the support of the chemical and process engineering’s professional body, the IChemE.

Research areas

The School focuses on the application of research to solve real-world problems by taking a multi-disciplinary approach. Specialist research activities in a broad range of chemical engineering topics are currently being undertaken and include: process simulation; energy utilisation; carbon capture and sequestration; oil and gas engineering; heat transfer and fluid dynamics.

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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This programme integrates important, current and employer relevant themes and enables you to acquire knowledge and skills across a wide range of appropriate topics for petroleum, oil and gas technology, with an emphasis upon management. Read more
This programme integrates important, current and employer relevant themes and enables you to acquire knowledge and skills across a wide range of appropriate topics for petroleum, oil and gas technology, with an emphasis upon management.

This MSc is taught by lectures, practical experiments and design projects, supported by problem classes and tutorials. Laboratory-based work is an important part of the programme and takes a number of forms, from experimental investigation carried out individually over a short period of time, to extended group project work in which teamwork, project management and communication skills are as important as technical proficiency.

Core modules

• Energy Technologies
• Engineering Management for Process Industries
• Industrial Management, Research Skills and Project Planning
• Sustainable Business: Principles and Practice of Green Management
• Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering
• Petroleum, Oil and Gas: Chemical Engineering Management MSc Project

Optional modules

• Advanced Process Simulation and Modelling Techniques
• Qualitative/Quantitative Research in Business and Management

The focus on technology, its applications, uses and refinements, are novel features of this programme.

Our campus is ideally situated in the Humber region, which is home to more than 350 companies involved in the chemical and allied industries including ConocoPhillips, BP Chemicals, Total, Reckitt Benckiser and Smith and Nephew.

As a student on the MSc, you will gain access to some of the best facilities in the UK including the Centre for Assessment of Technical Competency (CATCH). This £8 million centre provides a fantastic opportunity to experience realistic equipment and operating procedures.

We work closely with industry to ensure the standard of our teaching keeps pace with advances in the profession. For this reason, our engineering graduates are highly soughtafter by all employment sectors.

The School’s continued development of chemical engineering-related provision has the support of the chemical and process engineering’s professional body, the IChemE.

Research areas

The School focuses on the application of research to solve real-world problems by taking a multi-disciplinary approach. Specialist research activities in a broad range of chemical engineering topics are currently being undertaken and include: process simulation; energy utilisation; carbon capture and sequestration; oil and gas engineering; heat transfer and fluid dynamics.

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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There is a significant demand in Engineers trained beyond the Bachelor level. MSc in Electronic Engineering provides a rational, flexibly structured and coherent postgraduate study. Read more

Overview

There is a significant demand in Engineers trained beyond the Bachelor level. MSc in Electronic Engineering provides a rational, flexibly structured and coherent postgraduate study. The students will achieve a profound knowledge base in a wide area of Electronic Engineering. In additions, they will develop wider skills in IT, communication, problem solving, team working and time/task management. As a result, the programme will provide a springboard to a successful career to the mutual benefit of the individual, the economy and society.

Aims and Objectives

To satisfy demand in Engineers trained beyond the Bachelor level;
To provide sound general knowledge in advanced Electronic Engineering;
To present an intellectual challenge to the students
To facilitate professional development of the student that will lead to a successful professional career.

Distinctive features

MSc in Electronic Engineering is for students who wish to study a generic programme which is not biased towards a specialization. It will provide advanced knowledge in a broad range of Electronic Engineering without being focussed on a particular area. The programme is very flexible with a large range of choice options to accommodate candidates’ preferences. The candidates will gain both subject-specific and more generic skills. The programme combines academic depth with current industrial practice in the context of real engineering applications.

Modular structure

The course conforms to the standard University of Hull structure, consisting of two taught semesters (the Diploma stage) followed by a substantial individual project. Core modules are compulsory; choice of optional modules is based on student preferences.

Core:

Product Planning and Design Exercise (Semester 1)
Complex Circuits and Systems (Semester 2)
Dissertation project

Options:

Advanced Digital Systems Design
Advanced Discreet Time Signal Processing and Integrated Circuit Design
Applied Optoelectronics
Advanced Control
Control and Robotics
Machine Vision
Communication Systems
Mobile Radio
Propagation and Antennas
Radio Frequency and Microwave Devices
Techniques and Measurements

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved. A one-year course that will provide engineering and science graduates with a thorough knowledge of modern radio and mobile communication systems. Read more

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This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved.

A one-year course that will provide engineering and science graduates with a thorough knowledge of modern radio and mobile communication systems.

AIM OF COURSE

Mobile radio encompasses a diversity of communications requirements and technical solutions including cellular mobile radio and data systems (eg GSM, GPRS, 3G, 4G, WiMax) and Personal Mobile Radio as well as various indoor radio systems including Bluetooth, WIFI, Wireless Indoor Networks (WINs or LANs). In view of the huge size of the market for these enhanced systems providing flexible personal communications, it is important that industry equips itself to meet this challenge. This MSc course aims to provide industry with graduates who possess a thorough knowledge both of actual modern radio systems and of the fundamental principles and design constraints embodied in those systems.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The course spans 50 weeks of full-time study and is divided into teaching and project modules. The teaching block is based on 6 modular courses, each comprising approximately 40 hours of lectures (or lecture equivalents) with additional directed study and practical work. All of these modules are augmented by specific case studies, applications and tutorials.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Radio Systems Engineering
A radio receiver design is analysed in detail so that design compromises may be understood. Topics include gain, selectivity, noise figure, dynamic range, intermodulation, spurious output, receiver structures, mixers, oscillators, PLL synthesis, filters and future design trends. This course also includes familiarisation with industry - standard design packages. Introduces key concepts in conventional and novel antenna design. It incovers the following topics: basic antenna structures (eg wire, reflector, patch and helical antennas); design considerations for fixed and mobile communication systems; phased array antennas; conformal and volume arrays; array factor and pattern multiplication; mutual coupling; isolated and embedded element patterns; active match; true time delay systems; pattern synthesis techniques; adaptive antennas; adaptive beamforming and nulling.

Mobile Radio Systems and Propagation
The aim of this module is to investigate the nature of radio propagation in mobile radio environments. This will be achieved through the examination of several modern mobile radio systems. The effects of the propagation environment will also be considered.

Spectrum Management and Utilization
The electromagnetic spectrum is a finite resource which has to be properly managed. This module will address issues related to spectrum management. Topics covered will include: spectrum as a resource; space, time and bandwidth; international regulation organisations and control methods; definitions of spectrum utilisation and spectrum utilisation efficiency; spectrum-consuming properties of radio systems; protection ratio; frequency dependent rejection and the F-D curve; spectrum management tools, models and databases; spectrally-efficient techniques; efficient use of the spectrum.

Electromagnetic Compatability (EMC)
This module provides an introduction to EMC. Topics include fundamental EM interactions and how these give rise to potential incompatibilities between systems; current EMC legislation; test environments and test facilities.

Communication Systems and Digital Signal Processing
Students are introduced to a range of concepts underpinning communications system design. DSP topics include the theory and applications of: real-time DSP concepts/devices; specialist filter applications; A/D and D/A interface technology; review of Fourier/digital filter applicable to DSP; modem design: modulation, demodulation, synchronisation, equalisation; signal analysis and synthesis in time and frequency domain; hands-on experience of DSP tools and DSP applications.

Low Power/Low Voltage Design and VHDL
This module introduces the low power and low voltage design requirements brought about by increasingly small scale sizes of circuit integration. The module also introduces students to VHDL, which is widely used in industry today.

Design Exercise (RF Engineering)
This self-contained exercise aims to introduce the student to aspects of RF engineering, system specification, design and implementation. A design, such as a 2GHz receiver, will be taken through to practical implementation.

Radio Frequency and Microwave Measurements
This covers the theory of EM waves, propagation and scattering. It introduces the student to methods and instruments to measure important EM wave properties such as power and reflection coeffcients.

Active RF and Microwave Circuits
This module provides the student with an appreciation of; noise in microwave systems (basic theory, sources of noise, noise power and temperature, noise figure and measurement of noise); detectors and mixers (diodes and rectification, PIN diodes, single ended mixers, balanced mixers, intermodulation products); microwave amplifiers and oscillators (microwave bipolar transistors and FETs, gain and stability, power gain, design of single stage transistor amlifier, conjugate matching, low noise amplifier design and transistor oscillator design).

PROJECT MODULE
Following a course on research skills and project planning, each student carries out one major project from Easter to September focusing on a real industrial problem. Some projects are carried out ‘on-site’ with our local and national industrial partners. The basics of project planning and structure are taught and supervision will be given whilst the student is writing a dissertation for submission at the end of the course.

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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The aim of this course is to provide students with. an essential knowledge of anatomy and physiology, biomaterials, biological materials, and medical engineering applications. Read more
The aim of this course is to provide students with:
• an essential knowledge of anatomy and physiology, biomaterials, biological materials, and medical engineering applications
• a knowledge of medical device innovation, development and exploitation
• advanced skills in the computer modelling simulation techniques
• the skills and confidence develop a new medical device from concept to clinical trials.
• research methods, with emphasis on their application in the medical and medical engineering field
• experience of undertaking significant relevant research project
• an ideal pathway for progression from a bachelor’s degree to a PhD.

For more information, see: http://www.hull.ac.uk/mbe

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved. The programme aims to offer a rational, flexibly structured. Read more

NOTE

This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved.

OVERVIEW

The programme aims to offer a rational, flexibly structured
and coherent postgraduate study in Automatic Control. While
providing advanced general knowledge in Electronic Engineering, the programme is specifically focussed on nonlinear control principles, measurement instrumentation, simulations and implementation of feedback control.
The programme is designed to provide specific skills for individuals who wish to become a control engineer in manufacturing or research and development in industry sectors, or to pursue a PhD in control engineering.

With a track record of 20 years, the research group Control & Intelligent Control Systems Engineering at the University of Hull has an international reputation for its initiatives in the field of fault diagnostics of dynamic systems. This expertise along with its staff’s teaching experience in control engineering supports the masters programme.

OBJECTIVES

The course will provide students with:
• advanced knowledge of control principles including
multivariable feedback control and nonlinear control
systems,
• essential knowledge of control systems configuration,
algorithm design and evaluation,
• a general knowledge of advanced computer simulation
and measurement instrumentation,
• skills in the software and hardware implementation of
control the latest computer modelling and simulation
techniques,
• research experience in control applications in the
engineering field,
• experience of undertaking a significant relevant
research project

SUBJECTS COVERED

• Multivariable feedback control
• Robotic manipulator control
• Machine vision
• Applied Optoelectronics
• Time Signal Processing and Integrated Circuit Design
• Low Power/Voltage Design and VHDL
• Advanced Digital Systems Design
• Microwave Devices, Techniques and Measurements
• Communication Systems
• Intellectual property rights
• Research skills and project planning

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved. Read more

NOTE

This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved.

The MSc in Wireless Systems & Logistics Technology provides industry with graduates who possess a thorough knowledge of actual modern radio systems and of the fundamental principles and design constraints embodied in those systems as well as a solid appreciation of the benefits of such systems to the Logistics Industry. The main course components include radiowave propagation, radio systems design, digital signal processing techniques, the rapidly expanding field of mobile radio systems, item-attendant data and RFID/AIDC systems. In line with the overall philosophy of the new University of Hull Logistics Institute, students of the course will study the foundations of Logistics & Supply Chain Management alongside management-oriented students and will enhance their experience through this perspective. Each of these subject areas is addressed by the current research interests and undergraduate teaching of the Logistics Institute and the related Centre for Communications Systems and Technology. The output from many of the Radio Communications area's projects over the past five years forms an important contribution to the course material, particularly in the areas of radio system design, propagation analysis and monitoring and signal processing.

Aims and Objectives

* Enable participants to become reflective practitioners in the areas of radio communications and applications of item attendant data, with particular applications in Logistics
* Provide a theoretical underpinning of RFID, Short Range Radio and more general radio communications systems
* Develop participants understanding of the requirements for appropriate support technology in business
* Develop research and critical thinking skills.

Distinctive features

* A broadly-based course which addresses up-to-the-minute systems and issues
* Utilises industrial case studies to convert theory into practice
* Utilises industry-standard hardware and software
* Development of project skills through Industrially relevant 5-month project

The course has clear links with the mobile communications and Logistics industries which currently offer very good career prospects having shown an almost explosive increase of activity related to the mobile communications industry both in the UK and elsewhere. In particular there has been a recent upsurge of interest in Logistics Technology and RFID with many major industries establishing initiative in the field. Graduates of the course will be suitable for entry into engineering posts in these industries or in government service related to the fields of radio systems and communications equipment design, Logistics and AIDC equipment manufacture and marketing.

It is intended that candidates will gain both subject-specific skills (from specialist taught courses) as well as more general communications skills gained from interaction with other students, assignments and investigative project work.

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University of Hull Department of Engineering
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This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved. Microcontrollers are being designed into more and more products e.g. Read more

NOTE

This programme will not have a 2016 intake as the content is being extensively improved.

Overview

Microcontrollers are being designed into more and more products e.g. motor cars, washing machines, mobile phones etc. The fast growing and challenging area of embedded systems requires engineers with hardware and software design capabilities for use in this variety of situations. This advanced programme of study offers a natural progression route for graduates in electrical and electronic engineering, physics, computer science, or related disciplines, and is structured to provide the student with the necessary skills for embedded systems development.

Aims and Objectives

To provide knowledge of electronic systems design based around microcontrollers
To provide the ability to manage new technologies and integrate them into system design
To satisfy the growing demand for engineers with embedded systems experience
To facilitate professional development of the student that will lead to a successful professional career

Distinctive features

MSc in Embedded Systems is for students who wish to study a programme to engage them in system development and design focussing on microcontrollers, both hardware and software. It will provide advanced knowledge in areas essential for this type of design and development, whilst also providing learning in areas closely associated to embedded systems such as control and communications.

Modular structure

The course conforms to the standard University of Hull structure, consisting of two taught semesters (the Diploma stage) followed by a substantial individual project. Core modules are compulsory; choice of optional modules is based on student preferences.

Core:

Advanced Digital Systems Design (Semester 1)
Product Planning and Design Exercise (Semester 1)
Complex Circuits and Systems (Semester 2)
Advanced Discreet Time Signal Processing and Integrated Circuit Design (Semesters 1 and 2)
Dissertation project

Options:

Mobile Radio
Propagation and Antennas
Advanced Control
Radio Frequency and Microwave Devices
Techniques and Measurements
Machine Vision

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