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About Chris Andrews

FSE Technical Team

Chris is the Engineering Support and Laboratory Facilitator behind the Electronics and Electrical Engineering (EEE) undergraduate BEng and MEng courses; he also supports researchers and post-graduate projects requiring electronics expertise

CSEEE Visiting Lecturer

As a Visiting Lecturer Chris teaches principles of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to the combined cohorts of EEE, Mechanical Engineering and Physics students 

Aerochester

Chris is also the Operations Manager and driving force behind the university’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems initiative, aerochester, which provides a fully managed service for university users to access drone hosted technology to support teaching and research applications. Qualified to CAA approved standards in operating Small UAVs, Chris is the focal point for a pan-university virtual team in a wide variety of fields including imagery, 3D mapping, surveying and environmental monitoring for disciplines across engineering, geography, archaeology and media.

Teaching

Lecturing

SE4006 Principles of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

SE5017 Analogue and Digital Circuit Design

 

Laboratories

SE4006 Principles of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

SE4022 Introduction to Applied Electromagnetism

SE5017 Analogue and Digital Circuit Design

SE5040 Power Systems

SE5042 Signal Processing Systems

SE5044 Engineering Control

SE6007 Control Systems Engineering

SE6008 Power Electronics and Drives

SE6024 Experiments and Modelling for Mechanical Engineers

SE6026 Experiments and Modelling for Electronic & Electrical Engineers

SE7007 Intelligent Systems, Sensors and Control

SE7008 Power Electronics, Drives and Systems

Qualifications

MSc Drone Technology and Operations

BSc (Hons) Open

BA (Hons) Humanities with English Language

IOSH Managing Safely

PRINCE 2 Project Management

ITIL v3 IT Service Management

CELTA (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)