The Department of Electrical Engineering aims to be an environment for successful and valuable research and education with a focus on electrical enginering science solutions for important social challenges.
Our department belong to the Faculty of Science and Technology
The new departments within engineering and natural science
From the first of January 2020 the Department of Engineering Sciences was divided into three new departments:
- Department of materials science and engineering
- Department of electrical engineering
- Department of civil and industrial engineering
Our hope is that the sharing will lead to better opportunities for collegial discussions and decision-making processes where more people can become involved as well as more opportunities for strategic work in education, postgraduate education and research.
For many years the Department of Engineering Sciences at Uppsala University has conducted a broad research in a broad sense, aiming to lead the development of sustainable technology, energy supplies and life science technologies. Our objective is to understand and develop techniques that give mankind a better life. Our research encompasses both science and technology. Science helps us to understand how everything works and technology helps us to build solutions based on new knowledge.
All Departments belong to the Faculty of Science and Technology
The Departments offer an exciting place to work at with research in a broad technology related field, from basic research to large-scale applied research, and close contact with the students through the department's involvement in many engineering programmes. We are looking for talented and dedicated teachers, researchers and graduate students.
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All students and employees at Uppsala University should have the same possibilities to perform at their best independent of their sex, their transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation, or age. At the Dept. for Electrical Engineering we work actively for this. If you have any questions or comments regarding equal opportunities at the Dept. of Electrical Engineering, please contact the equal opportunities officer or someone in the group for equal opportunities.
The university is - and shall remain - an open environment, which makes for heavy demands on the way safety and security is implemented. All activities at the university need to function and at the same time offer a safe and secure environment for student, employees, collaborators, etc.
Information on security representatives and security guidelines for our Department.