This textbook provides a comprehensive resource for students to learn about hydraulics, hydrology and environmental engineering. The book provides a wealth of theoretical and practical exercises to aid teachers in planning innovative learning experiences for their students in class and at home. The book also offers a rich environment for students and researchers to practice mathematics and learn about the art of deriving analytical solutions in an environmental engineering context.
In a remarkable recognition of her contributions, Dr. Beth Barnes, an Assistant Professor of Engineering Department, has been nominated for inclusion on the prestigious Northern Power Women's Future List.
In a bid to inspire young minds with the wonders of science and engineering, the Engineering Department Outreach Team visited Framwellgate Moore Primary School. Gary Parker, Stefan Szyniszewski, Ciara Keating, and Roy Simorangkir were the engineering ambassadors who engaged with three classes at the year 5 and 6 levels.
We are pleased to announce three exciting career opportunities within the Engineering Department. These positions represent a unique chance to join our dynamic academic community and contribute to the growth and excellence of our department.
The department is delighted to announce that our Research Postgraduate Dax Blackhorse-Hull has won the Best Poster Competition at the Manchester Energy and Electrical Power Systems Symposium 2023 (MEEPS 2023).