Welcome to the School of Engineering and Materials Science

The School of Engineering and Materials Science was formed from Queen Mary's Department of Engineering and Department of Materials and provides outstanding degree programmes coupled with internationally leading research which is reflected in all our undergraduate programmes. Our taught postgraduate programmes are similarly first class and provide students with a fantastic opportunity to engage with cutting-edge research in: Bioengineering, Intelligent Transport, Sustainable Engineering and Engineering and Materials Education. The skills developed by our students and our extensive industrial connections provide graduates with excellent employability in stimulating and well-paid careers.

Events and Seminars

 Add this event to your calendar Tue 18 Jun 2024
  12:00 - 13:00
Centre for Bioengineering Meeting
 Add this event to your calendar Tue 18 Jun 2024
  13:00 - 14:00
Centre for Intelligent Transport Meeting
 Add this event to your calendar Wed 19 Jun 2024
  13:00 - 14:00
Sustainable Engineering Centre meeting.
 Add this event to your calendar Wed 19 Jun 2024
  15:00 - 16:00
SEMS Seminar Series: Prof Abel Nyamapfene, UCL
 Add this event to your calendar Mon 24 Jun 2024
  12:30 - 16:30
2024 SEMS Research Away Day - Research Themes in Intelligent Transport

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Recent publications

  • Soyler I, Zhang K, Jiang X and Karimi N (2024). Effects of compositional uncertainties in cracked NH3/biosyngas fuel blends on the combustion characteristics and performance of a combined-cycle gas turbine: A numerical thermokinetic study. Elsevier International Journal of Hydrogen Energy vol. 69, 504-517.  
  • Guan W, Chen C, Pan X, Zhao R, Xufei L, Tao H, Songzhe X, Xuan W, Panwisawas C, Lei L, Wang J and Ren Z (2024). On the control of epitaxial growth and stray grains during laser-directed energy deposited Ni-based single crystal superalloy. Elsevier Materials Characterization, 113969-113969.  
  • Gochenaur DC, Williams RD, Sabnis K and Babinsky H (2024). Mach 3.5 Compression Corner Control Using Microvortex Generators. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Aiaa) Aiaa Journal vol. 62 (5), 1731-1743.  

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