University of Lincoln


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The School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, UK

http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/engineering/

The School of Engineering is a centre of excellence with specialism in power and energy, and the scope to develop related areas. The school offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees as well as engaging in research, knowledge transfer and employer engagement. Engineering at Lincoln is research led and informed, and we are currently carrying out funded research programmes with a diverse portfolio of UK and International companies and funding bodies in application areas ranging from gas turbine remote monitoring and diagnostics, to low carbon airport operations, to bio engineering and cell modelling.

For further information see http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/engineering/

The School of Engineering is a Siemens Principal Partner.

Professor Paul Stewart
After working in industry for 14 years, Professor Stewart spent 16 years at the University of Sheffield UK in the Electrical Machines and Drives Research Group, before moving to the University of Salford to become Professor and Head of Aeronautical Engineering. He subsequently joined the University of Lincoln to found the first new School of Engineering in the UK for over 20 years, in collaboration with Siemens. He is now Pro Vice Chancellor Research, and Director of the Power and Energy Systems Research Institute, receiving awards including the IMechE Charles Sharpe Beecher Prize for Aerospace, the Lord Stafford award for Industrial Collaboration with Siemens, and won the Times Higher Education Award for Outstanding Employer Engagement.

He holds the Chair in Control Systems Engineering at Lincoln, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and a Chartered Engineer.

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