Welcome to our site!
Entertainment Engineering is a specialist subject group within the Department of Electronics, Computing & Mathematics in the College of Engineering & Technology, University of Derby, UK.
On this site you can explore our teaching and research activities, including browsing the courses we currently offer, downloading software we’ve developed over the years, reading our staff blog posts and exploring what our graduates have gotten up to after graduating.
Feel free to get in touch regarding anything on the site. We’d love to hear from you!
Recent blog posts (click here for the full blog):
The Creative Technologies Research Cluster is holding the 8th Annual Sounds in Space Research Symposium tomorrow (Tuesday, 27 June 2017). The full event programme can be found here: http://soundsinspace.co.uk/ Sounds in Space looks at the technical and artistic details of 3D audio with a 34 speaker array driven by software developed here at the University of Derby (WigWare Ambisonic Audio […]Read More
The University of Derby has been awarded Gold by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) in the country’s first ever Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), putting it in the top 20% of all providers in the UK. Based on the evidence available, the TEF Panel judged that the University of Derby delivers consistently outstanding […]Read More
Title: Applications of auralization in live sound reinforcement Overview: Auralizaton of real listening environments using binaural simulation techniques has become increasingly common in many branches of audio/acoustics over the past few decades. To date, the technology hasn’t been applied in live sound reinforcement. This project focuses on the development of hardware and software to allow professional […]Read More
This year’s Reproduced Sound conference (organized by the Electro-Acoustics Group of the Institute of Acoustics) has chosen to visit the Entertainment Engineering group here at the University of Derby on 21 November. The evening will include live/interactive demonstrations of the research our academics and PhD students are involved with, including: interactive demonstrations of ambisonics, 3D audio […]Read More