Humans have a natural ability to understand how objects they see fit together: stacking on, blocking parts, or even fitting inside each other. Young infants can stack blocks: but going from a flat image to a 3D understanding of how the parts are related is still very difficult for computers.
Each of the wonderful gadgets – smartphones, music players, and biomonitors – we are surrounded with depends on a hidden heart: the battery.
UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy is taking shape. Watch this video to learn more about it’s aims, plans and how you may wish to engage..
Measurements of brain activity in young infants may reveal differences between those at risk of developing autism and others, but the sensitivity of the developing brain at this point makes it very difficult to take such measurements safely.
From 2014 UCL Engineering will be offering a new, integrated engineering programme. It will bring together the best in engineering teaching, to give students transferrable skills.
Is studying at UCL Engineering right for you? In 2014, UCL Engineering introduced a new integrated engineering programme
Staff, students and alumni from UCL Engineering explain what they are working on.