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The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory

The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory (TDHVL) is an active centre for research into dielectric materials and insulation systems, as well as high voltage and related phenomena.We are also a commercial testing house and consultancy service. We have state-of-the-art facilities, supported by a specialist engineering team who are all actively involved in internationally leading research.

Southampton to help develop software which could transform ship maintenance

Researchers from the University of Southampton are to develop software that can monitor the equipment, fuel and energy performance of a ship at sea.

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ORCHID recognised for major collaboration

The ORCHID project, a major research project involving the University of Southampton, took top prize in the data and connectivity category at the Collaborate to Innovate Awards this week.

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Ambitious new strategy for ECS

Professor Paul Lewin has outlined an ambitious strategy focusing on excellence and sustainability in his new role as Head of ECS

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Undergraduate study

The University of Southampton is one of the best places in the world to study electronics and electrical engineering, computer science and IT.

Postgraduate taught (MSc)

As a postgraduate student, you will work with internationally respected academics at the forefront of their disciplines, tackling some of today’s biggest challenges.

Postgraduate Reseach (PhD)

As a PhD student in Electronics and Computer Science, you will be part of world-leading research as it happens.

The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory

Welcome to the University of Southampton High Voltage Laboratory

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