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Immunity of circuits and systems to Electromagnetic Interference

Department of Electronic Engineering

About the Project

The aim of this project is to develop methods of characterising the immunity of components and predicting the immunity of electronic systems to electromagnetic interference. Current methods of measuring component immunity provide limited information on how the component will perform as part of a system. The problem of predicting system immunity to electromagnetic interference presents a significant challenge without accurate characterisation of components (e.g. integrated circuits). However using statistical and approximate methods it may be possible to predict the likelihood of system failure in a way that allows the designer to spot weaknesses and compare alternate designs. The project will involve the development of statistical models and measurements to determine component and system immunity to validate those models.

Entry requirements:
Candidates should have (or expect to obtain) a minimum of a UK upper second class honours degree (2.1) or equivalent in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Music Technology or a closely related subject.

How to apply:
Applicants should apply via the University’s online application system at Please read the application guidance first so that you understand the various steps in the application process.

Funding Notes

This is a self-funded project and you will need to have sufficient funds in place (eg from scholarships, personal funds and/or other sources) to cover the tuition fees and living expenses for the duration of the research degree programme. Please check the Electronic Engineering website View Website for details about funding opportunities at York.

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