Electronic Systems Design Centre (ESDC)

What we do

Internationally leading research in the areas of Power Semiconductor Devices and Technology, Sensors, Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMs), Power Electronics and Power Systems.


  • Carry out internationally leading research in the areas of power electronics, renewable energy and biometrics
  • Fully exploit the synergy between those disciplines through active collaboration with academia and industry at national and international level
  • Contribute to regional and national economic growth through the transfer, dissemination and exploitation of knowledge
  • Cultivate an effective and efficient infrastructure, people, knowledge and facilities, for research and education, that is also attractive for external investment
  • Offer prestigious postgraduate research opportunities through the scientific development of state-of-the-art electronics and electrical engineering
  • Provide innovative postgraduate training at the highest level to equip students with up-to-date, lasting career skills that meet the changing needs of industry and society

Recent visit by GE to Swansea University Bay Campus

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Prof Jankovic and Dr Faramehr at Faculty of Electronics Engineering, University if Nis, Serbia

Dr Petar Igic and Dr Soroush Faramehr visited University of Nis from 7 Oct to 15 Oct 2017 where they attended 30th IEEE MIEL Conference. They presented 2 papers, one being keynote invited talk presented at the Plenary Session. They disseminated the latest ESDC ground-breaking research related to GaN power device and advanced magnetic sensor technologies.    

Alongside the conference, they worked with Prof Nebojsa Jankovic from Department of Microelectronics and a member of Serbian Academy of Engineering on the latest R&D in compact modelling for GaN IGBTs and split current magnetic sensors.

(Image) Prof Jankovic and Dr Faramehr at Faculty of Electronics Engineering, University if Nis, Serbia