Modules:
Years three and four

At the end of your second year, you’ll choose which stream to study: mechanical engineering, electronics, software or electromechanical engineering. Each stream contains ten taught modules and an individual project that will apply your learning in the Research, Design and Development (RDD) department at Dyson.

 

 

Mechanical
Systems Modelling & Control
– Advanced Fluid Dynamics
– Aerodynamics
– Advanced Structural Analysis
– Manufacturing and Metrology
Acoustics
– Advanced Thermodynamics
– Rotating Machinery
– Vibration and Rotordynamics
– Signal Processing
– Individual Project

 

Electronics Hardware
Systems Modelling & Control
– Digital Systems
– Analogue Systems
– Signal Processing
– Power Electronics
Robotics
– Communications Systems
– Energy Storage Systems
– High Performance Electric Drives
– Embedded Systems and Devices
– Individual Project

 

Electronics Software
Systems Modelling & Control
– Programming
– Vision Systems
– Signal Processing
– Algorithms
– Computer Architecture and Systems
– Digital Systems
– Network Communications & IoT
– Machine Learning
– Object Oriented Programming
– Individual Project

 

Electromechanical
Systems Modelling & Control
– Digital Systems
– Analogue Systems
– Signal Processing
– Vibration and Rotordynamics
– Advanced Fluid Dynamics
– Advanced Thermodynamics
– Advanced Structural Analysis
– Robotics
– Computer Architecture and Systems
– Individual Project

 

In response to Undergraduate or business demand there may be changes to the modules available. Undergraduates will be informed accordingly and each module will have undergone the appropriate approval process.