The integrated School (after the reorganisation in 2001) has moved to a new stage by achieving critical mass and excellence in selected areas. The new organisational structure based on Research Centres encourages the development of interdisciplinary activities which build on major activities of strength. We now focus on selected fields such as energy and the environment, instrumentation, construction processes, applied mathematics, systems and control and biomedical engineering and we strongly encourage interdisciplinary activities in collaboration with other Schools in areas such as Transport, Cyber and Security and Complexity Science.
The multidisciplinary approach to research is based around an integration of applied research, research in generic technologies and fundamental research. Key areas of applied research are energy, environment, transportation, construction, engineering systems management, biomedical processes and cyber and physical security systems. These are supported by research into the generic technologies of optical instrumentation, sensors and communications. Fundamental research in mathematics, complex systems, control theory, and computational fluid dynamics underpins these activities.
- Fluids Engineering Centre
- Sensors & Instrumentation Centre
- Systems & Control Centre
- Structural & Geotechnical Engineering Centre
- Mathematics Centre
and cross discipline initiatives in collaboration with other Schools, such as the
- Centre for Cyber and Security Sciences
- City Collaborative Transport Hub
- Mathematical and Computational Behaviour and Evolution Research Group (MCBE)
- Complex Systems Group
School of Engineering and Mathematics, City University, Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB, United Kingdom.