Discover the areas we are currently pursuing research, alongside Dyson.
Dyson is a research leader, not only employing hundreds of its own researchers but engaging in research partnerships with universities across the UK. A £2.75 billion company investment plan is supporting research in the fields of robotics, next generation motor technology, intelligent products, machine learning, connectivity, material science and solid-state battery technology.
At the Dyson Institute we’re developing our academic research capabilities to complement and enhance Dyson's research, supporting the currency of academic knowledge, developing new pathways for student progression and creating an environment that encourages knowledge sharing and generation.
We will embark on the journey to Research Degree Awarding Powers in 2024, which will enable us to offer opportunities to pursue doctoral level study in partnership with UK Universities in a unique environment of seamless integration between academia and industry.
Six years after James Dyson founded the Dyson Institute, it announces it will offer a Master of Engineering to all future Undergraduate Engineers. It has also launched a new conversion course MSc in Software Engineering, open to any graduate of any other discipline.
Our Robotics & Control Lecturer shares details of a paper published in collaboration with the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Functionality Node at Bristol University about the societal perception of Swarms of Robots, their inherent properties, and design decisions that can be made to enhance trust in swarm systems.