EECS delivers world-class electronic engineering and computer science research and applies it to real-world problems.
As a multidisciplinary school, our researchers work with the arts and sciences collaborating with psychologists, biologists, musicians and actors, mathematicians, medical researchers, dentists and lawyers. Research in the School is centred around a number of research groups.
The Operational Research (OR) Group was established within the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen…View More
The Networks group was founded in 1987, and has since expanded greatly. We have an international reputation for…View More
The RIM group takes an interdisciplinary approach to decision systems. The group’s research focuses on problems of decision-support…View More
The Multimedia and Vision Research Group at QMUL was formed in September 2000 to conduct research in image,…View More
The Computer Vision Group The Computer Vision group is one of the largest in the UK and internationally…View More
The Centre for Digital Music is a world-leading multidisciplinary research group in the field of Music & Audio…View More
Established in 1968 the group has comprehensive experimental facilities housed in the Antenna Measurement Laboratory, which has recently…View More
The Theory group specialises in the logical, mathematical and statistical foundations of computer science, with a breadth and…View More
Minds, Systems and Societies We study human cognition, action and interaction on scales ranging from individual experience, through…View More
The Centre for Advanced Robotics at Queen Mary (ARQ) is a cross-faculty multidisciplinary research centre at Queen Mary…View More
The Centre for Intelligent Sensing is a focal point for research in Intelligent Sensing at Queen Mary University…View More