A wide range of testing capability and technical advice available.
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 part of the Electrical Power Engineering (EPE) Research Group. Our state-of-the-art facilities are also used for commercial testing, supported by a specialist engineering team who are all actively involved in internationally leading research.
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand signs a memorandum of understanding MOU with the University of Southampton to collaborate with the Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory.Read More
Dr George Callender, a lecturer at the University of Southampton and a member of the Tony Davis High Voltage Laboratory attended a workshop on electromagnetic field emissions from high voltage cables at the Royal Institution in London.Read More
The 15th UHVnet was hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University and features contributions from staff and students of the TDHVL. Dr Istebreq Saeedi presented as a keynote talk with the title ?Tailoring the electrical properties of epoxy resins to suit new generation technologies?.Read More
Degrees taking you from novel superconducting systems to the principles of power generation and transmission
As a postgraduate student, you will work with internationally respected academics at the forefront of their disciplines, tackling some of today’s biggest challenges.
As a PhD student in Electronics and Computer Science, you will be part of world-leading research as it happens.
The Electrical Power Engineering Research group (EPE) has a wide variety of research projects and longstanding relationships with industry.
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