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Cardiff School of Engineering

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Cardiff School of Engineering, Queen's Buildings
Cardiff School of Engineering, Queen's Buildings

Cardiff School of Engineering is part of Cardiff University’s College of Physical Sciences.

The School is located in Queen's Buildings on The Parade, which was built in 1921 to 1926 to a design by J. B. Fletcher.[1]

Cardiff School of Engineering has approximately 1,600 undergraduate and postgraduate students and employs around 300 academic, research, technical and administrative staff. The School offers taught undergraduate and postgraduate degrees (BEng, MEng, and MSc) and postgraduate research degrees (PhD) in a range of engineering subjects, as well as being involved in a number of community, commercial and industrial partnerships.

The school hosts academic conferences[2] and is involved in large scale research and engineering projects,[3] particularly in the field of renewable energy such as wind turbines[4][5] power grid efficiency[6][7] and tidal power generation.[8] Other topics under research include traditional engineering studies such as metal fatigue[9] and waste disposal engineering[10] as well as new fields of study such as carbon management in energy production.[11]

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Research at the School of Engineering is organised into seven research institutes:

  • Institute of Energy
  • Institute of Environment and Sustainability
  • BRE Institute of Sustainable Engineering
  • Institute of Mechanics and Advanced Materials
  • Institute of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Institute of Medical Engineering and Medical Physics
  • Institute of Green Electronic Systems


  1. ^ Newman, John (1995). The Buildings of Wales - Glamorgan. Penguin Books. p. 305. ISBN 0140710566.
  2. ^ Raymond N. Yong; H. R. Thomas (1997). Geoenvironmental Engineering: Contaminated Ground : Fate of Pollutants and Remediation. Thomas Telford. pp. 5–. ISBN 978-0-7277-2606-3.
  3. ^ "Cardiff University in super grid project for harnessing power created by Europe's offshore windfarms". Wales Online, 7 December 2014 By Sion Barry
  4. ^ "Cardiff University researchers aim to develop EU ‘super-grid’ for wind:. Renewable Energy Magazine. Robin Whitlock 16 December 2014
  5. ^ "UK, Belgium research teams aim for offshore wind grid-boost". ReCharge.
  6. ^ "'Super grid' project takes off" Archived 15 February 2015 at the Wayback Machine. ReNews.
  7. ^ "Cardiff researchers working on a super grid". News Wales. 9 Dec 2014
  8. ^ "Model to help Severn power plans". BBC News.
  9. ^ B. Barr; Hubert Roy Evans; J. E. Evans (September 1994). Bridge assessment management and design: proceedings of the Centenary Year Bridge Conference, Cardiff, U.K., 26-30 September 1994. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-444-82063-1.
  10. ^ Haluk Demirkan; James C. Spohrer; Vikas Krishna (20 April 2011). The Science of Service Systems. Springer Science & Business Media. pp. 262–. ISBN 978-1-4419-8270-4.
  11. ^ Mike Hodson; Simon Marvin (26 June 2013). Low Carbon Nation?. Routledge. pp. 140–. ISBN 1-136-66769-5.

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