The Health & Safety induction for all staff, students and visitors based in the School of Engineering and Materials Science

The School of Engineering and Materials Science Student-Staff Liaison Committee exists to allow both undergraduate and post graduate students to raise issues related to any aspect of courses run by the School.

The committee meets at least twice a semester, normally during semester A and Semester B, to consider matters raised by students and staff. The suggestions are raised at the academic staff meeting and are used to shape School policy. Copies of the confirmed minutes of previous and the latest meetings can be found here

NOTE: Students with an issue or concern should not wait until the next Student-Staff Liaison Committee before raising the matter. You should speak to the appropriate staff member (Senior Tutor if you are not sure who to approach) at the earliest opportunity. Alternatively, any issue you email to SEMS StudentVoice will, if appropriate, be raised at the next SSLC meeting and feedback/actions will be noted in the minutes.

This module provide students with knowledge of basic mathematical and computing techniques that are essential for Materials Science students. Topics covered are matrices, functions, differentiation, integration, complex numbers, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Students are introduced to command prompt applications of the numerical and symbolic toolboxes of Matlab.

On this page you will find SEMS Committee papers and membership

This is a draft module summary