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Automotive Engineering Masters (MSc): Who teaches this course

About the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

Students from the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing This course is delivered by the School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing.

The Faculty's wide selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses covers a diverse range of subject areas, from aerospace to geography; from maths and computing to biotechnology; and many more. Our collaborative set-up provides new opportunities for our students, and we design our courses with industry professionals to ensure you stay up to date with the latest developments.

School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

The School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering offers a range of teaching and research activities, delivering a portfolio of courses from foundation degrees right through to doctoral level.

The School has a hands-on teaching approach. Our courses encompass applications from all areas of engineering, providing our students with the knowledge and flexibility they need to work across many industries, both in the UK and overseas. 

Staff teaching on this course

Gordana Collier

Gordan CollierCourse director, Mechatronic Systems MSc and Automotive Engineering MSc

"I am course director of the Mechatronic Systems MSc and Automotive Engineering MSc courses. I work closely with the Faculty's Industrial Advisory Board and actively involved with Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs); ensuring that our courses help you to meet the expectations of employers and develop your career progression; allowing you to work within a cross-disciplinary environment.

My specialist teaching areas are in electronics and controls, mechatronics and automation, embedded systems and robotics.

The research I am currently involved with is an industrial project on dynamic system modelling (stable platform) and electronic rapid prototyping of this system. I am also involved in work on biomechanics and robotics, including real-time embedded implementation.

I am a member of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and have a background in electrical and electronic engineering working in research and development in industry and developing academic programmes in higher education.

My other professional activity includes:

  • member of IEEE;
  • member of The IET;
  • academic accreditor for the IET;
  • member of Embedded Systems UK advisory committee – part of Electronic Knowledge Transfer Network (EKTN); and
  • member of ISAT, part of Institute of Physics.

If you have any queries about the course please email me."


Read more about Gordana Collier

Yawei Wang

Title: Senior lecturer

Teaching fields: Automotive technology and vehicle design

Research fields:

  • Computer-aided simulation for vehicle dynamics
  • Mathematical modelling for simulating the combustion and emission process of ic engines
  • Combustion systems and combustion process for ic engines
  • Instrumentation techniques for monitoring and controlling thermo-dynamic parameters
  • The application of renewable fuels in ic engines
  • The application of optic technique (laser and high speed camera) in engineering research

Membership of professional bodies:

  • Institute of the Motor Industry
  • Institution of Incorporated Engineers
  • Institute of Vehicle Engineers
  • Society of Automotive Engineers


  • "An Investigation of Droplet Size and Distribution in Direct Injection Diesel Sprays Using Doppler Anemometer Measurement" in Transaction of the Institute of Marine Engineers, V112 Part 3-4, November 2000 (with PL Zhouand and T Riskily)
  •  "A Mathematical Modelling for Combustion Process in a Supercharged Diesel Engine" in Transaction of CSICE, Vol. 4, 1995


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