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Engineering external examiner reports 2014-2015

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SubjectName of examinerInstitution of examinerAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Civil Engineering / Structural Engineering / Geoenvironmental Engineering / Hydro-Environment EngineeringHarm AskesUniversity of SheffieldAnnual reportInstitutional response
BEng/MEng Medical EngineeringProfessor Martin BrowneUniversity of SouthamptonAnnual reportInstitutional response
BEng/MEng in Electronic and Communication Engineering / Electrical and Electronic Engineering / BEng/MEng/BSc in Computer Systems EngineeringProfessor Peter CrossleyUniversity of Manchester Annual report Institutional response
BEng/MEng in Architectural Engineering / Civil Engineering / Civil and Environmental EngineeringProfessor Cedric D’MelloCity University LondonAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Sustainable Energy and Environment.Prof. Y. HardalupasImperial College LondonAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Orthopaedic EngineeringAlister HartMSc Orthopaedic EngineeringAnnual reportInstitutional response
BEng/MEng Integrated EngineeringDr KellyUniversity of StrathclydeAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Advanced Mechanical EngineeringProfessor David MbaLondon South Bank UniversityAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Wireless and Microwave Communication Engineering / MSc in Communication Technology and EntrepreneurshipDr Chris OxleyDe Montfort UniversityAnnual reportInstitutional response
BEng/MEng in Mechanical EngineeringProfessor R L ReubenHeriot-Watt UniversityAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Clinical EngineeringProfessor Azzam F. G. TaktakUniversity of LiverpoolAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Electrical Energy SystemsProf G A TaylorBrunel UniversityAnnual reportInstitutional response
MSc in Professional Engineering and Dissertation Stage ReportProfessor S.J. WilcoxUniversity of South WalesAnnual reportInstitutional response