School of Computing, Engineering & Maths

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Automotive engineeringThe School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics is based in the Cockcroft building and the Advanced Engineering Centre building at the University of Brighton’s Moulsecoomb campus.

Staff in the school lead research in diverse areas ranging from applied thermofluids to data analytics, mathematics to the digitisation of objects and environments, cyber security to values and sustainability.  We have invested heavily in research equipment and have state-of-the art facilities in, for example:  3D scanning and printing of digital heritage objects, automotive engine testing, fluid spray characterisation and heat transfer. The school also has a high-performance computing cluster.

We offer our services externally through expert consultancy and equipment hire.

The school’s academics lead two of the university’s Centres for Research and Enterprise Excellence (COREs): the Advanced Engineering Centre (AEC) and the Secure, Intelligent and Usable Systems (CSIUS). We also host four Research and Enterprise groups (REGs): the Applied Data Analytics REG, Mathematical Sciences REG, Nuclear Physics REG and the Values and Sustainability REG.

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Engines Engineering & Materials Science
Heat pipes Engineering & Materials Science
Engine cylinders Engineering & Materials Science
Evaporation Engineering & Materials Science
Fluids Engineering & Materials Science
Boiling liquids Engineering & Materials Science
Gasoline Engineering & Materials Science
Heating Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2007 2021

Research Output 1976 2020

Open Access
File
Museums
Fabrication
Printing
Scanning

Modelling of multi-component kerosene and surrogate fuel droplet heating and evaporation characteristics: a comparative analysis

Poulton, L., Zubrilin, I., Matveev, S., Gurakov, N., Al Qubeissi, M., Al-Esawi, N., Khan, T., Gun'ko, V. & Sazhin, S., 15 Jan 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Fuel.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Kerosene
Evaporation
Heating
Natural convection
Fibers
Analog to digital conversion
Virtual reality
Printing
Conservation
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Activities 1994 2020

EPSRC peer review panel member

Penny Atkins (Reviewer)
4 Feb 2020

Activity: External funding peer-review

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) (External organisation)

Anastasios Georgoulas (Chair)
31 Jan 2020

Activity: External boards and professional/academic bodiesMembership of professional body