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Engineering undergraduate offer holders

Welcome to the Department of Engineering offer holder page 2020!

These pages are for offer holders studying:
* General Engineering
* Electronic Engineering
* Biomedical Engineering

You’ll find lots of useful information about life at King’s, including insights from current students and a taster lecture from a King's academic. Don’t forget to explore our blog, written by students about their experience studying at King’s.

We’ll be updating with more content soon, so bookmark the page and stay tuned!

Curious to know more? Get in touch with us at nms-events@kcl.ac.uk

Hear from Engineering staff and students below:

Curious about lectures?

Curious about robotics?

Check out a video talk on tailoring machine learning to textile robotics from Dr Matthew Howard.

20 questions with Idan

20 questions with Idan

Electronic Engineering student Idan gives us a quick snapshot of his course and life at King's.

Chat to students

Chat to us online

Get your questions answered by current students and King's staff on Unibuddy.

Engineering blog

STEM blog

Get the inside scoop from current students on top tips, careers support, international opportunities…

Find out how practical lab sessions for Electronic Engineering & General Engineering students will be conducted online from home in semester 1

#SmartSurgery: find out about Biomedical Engineering research projects happening at King’s

Micro-precise instruments

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Dr Bergeles and his team explore ways to develop image-guided micro-precise instruments and multi-sensory guidance algorithms to achieve regenerative therapies deep inside the human body.

Soft robotics

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Dr Hongbin Liu is designing a soft robotic endoscope to carry out medical interventions to provide access to diseases in the least invasive way possible.

Video talk: Tailoring machine learning to textile-embedded robotics

Check out this video on tailoring machine learning to textile-embedded robotics from Dr Matthew Howard.

King's Engineering News