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Dr Stephen Quayle

Senior Teaching Fellow, Engineering Sustainability Lead

Stephen Quayle

Engineering Building



Tel: +44 1524 593095

Research Interests

Originally from the Isle of Man, Steve came to Lancaster to study the MEng in Mechatronics. After graduation he moved to Cambridge for the Advanced Course in Design Manufacture and Management, before returning to Lancaster to start his research career. Early research was in the field of Construction Robotics and automation of large equipment.

More recently, focus has been in renewable energy, particularly tidal energy devices where he completed his PhD in 2012, he has interest in tidal range, small scale wind and intelligent energy balance.

Stephen is Director of Undergraduate Admissions within the School of Engineering and as such in 2017 he moved to being a Teaching Fellow. 

Current Teaching

Teaching duties include the following modules:

Engr118 Heat Transfer

Engr119 Design Innovation and 3D Thinking

Engr329 Mechatronic Systems

Engr355 Machine Elements

Supervising projects for:

Engr300 BEng Individual Project

Engr301 MEng Individual Project

Engr407 MEng Group Project

Engr445 MEng Industry Project

Engr540 MSc Individual Project

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