About the Club
Franchie is a researcher in the low-power digital group at UCL.
Loïc has been working as a secondary school teacher, a cyclotron field engineer, then during 5 years at Q ELEC
, a custom electrical board design self-employed activity, and is now an assistant in the Cypto Group at UCL.
Both are assistants for practical projects in electronic courses.
Like many other people in the electrical department, we enjoy developing electrical circuits and sharing our passion for all things electrical. We founded this club in the hopes of providing a constructive environment to people wanting to develop their own electronical project and attracting new people with new ideas to the world of electronics, to help us share experiences and make us see our habits and routines in a different light.
You can find a copy of the slides used during our inaugural talk here
Rooms and lab access
Thanks to the support of the ELEN department, we now have a dedicated meeting room (currently situated in the Maxwell building, second floor), and supervised access to the Faraday/Marconi laboratory where specialised equipment such as oscilloscopes can be used.
Some people complained that we did not display the logos of the different supporting entities anywhere, so here they are now!
This is the logo of the Electronics Club.
So it's got to be here somewhere :).
And the logo of IEEE, the principal sponsor of the Student Branch.
And of course, UCL, where we work, the source of our knowledge and inspiration, and (as it happens), this site's webhost!