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HV Laboratory Demonstrations

Watch a video of laboratory demonstrations performed in the Department's High Voltage Laboratory on Youtube here: Watch Youtube video...

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University of Canterbury Rocket Launch

Watch a UC rocket launch on here: Watch Youtube video...

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e-Week 2015

Footage from e-Week 2014, our one week camp providing high school students with a unique opportunity to get hands-on lab experience, visit local companies, program a robot and build a microfluidic device. Watch video...

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Force Pattern Characterization in Micro-Organisms

Watch a video of a microdevice capable of constantly measuring the force of moving nematodes. The device was developed by Dr Volker Nock in collaboration with UC and international colleagues. Watch Youtube video...

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Wacky Racers Competition 2012

This event is part of a course assignment, where groups of students race the vehicles they have created over the past months. First rounds use IR control to navigate the course, while the third and fourth round use Bluetooth communication with a control program on a PC. Watch Youtube video...

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Solar panels for Tonga project - UC Engineering student, Vladimir

Hear about Vladimir's experience with his final year project for Electrical Engineering at the University of Canterbury, installing solar panels on schools in Tonga. Watch Youtube video...

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Log Sterilisation Research Project

View the video on how the EPECentre investigated the use of electricity to sterilize logs for export. This was funded by STIMBR And Primary Growth Partnership (PGP). More information will be available soon. Watch Youtube video...

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EPECentre, Introduction to the High Voltage Laboratory

See what is happening in our High Voltage Laboratory, see what career possibilities this could open up for you. Watch Youtube video...

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From the Nano-scale to the Pacific Ocean

The Department was recently featured in a video for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) TV. The video was shown at the 2014 ASEE Annual Conference in Indianapolis, USA. Watch video...

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e-Week 2014

A summary of e-Week 2014, our one week camp providing high school students with a unique opportunity to get hands-on lab experience, visit local companies, program a robot and build a solar cell. Watch video...

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Nigel Latta Blows Things Up

Nigel Latta came in at the end of 2014 and, with the help of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, filmed part of his show in our High Voltage laboratory. Can you spot it? Watch video...

News and Announcements

E-week 2015

Thank you to all who made E-week 2015 another great success. Check out pictures from this year's event here.

New Department Location for 2015

As part of the "Canterbury Engineering The Future" refurbishment of the College of Engineering facilities the Department's reception and academic staff offices have relocated to the von Haast building. Come and visit us on Level 4 where we will be located throughout 2015. Research and teaching facilities have moved to Kirkwood and the UC Warehouse. Download interactive map...

Distinguished Lecture sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society New Zealand Chapter

Professor Hamid Krim, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, will give a Distinguished Lecture sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society New Zealand Chapter on "Sensor and Social Networks: A case for Topological Data" on Thursday 7th of May from 4-5pm in Kirkwood Village KD06-102, University of Canterbury, Kirkwood Avenue, Ilam. Read more...

HV laboratory featuring on TVOne's new science show "Nigel Latta Blows Stuff Up"

Nigel Latta came to the University of Canterbury at the end of 2014 and, with the help of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, filmed part of his new science show in our High Voltage laboratory. Can you spot it? Starts on Sunday 19 April at 8pm on TVOne. Watch trailer...

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