We are looking for highly-motivated and talented individuals to join our Lab as PhD students and postdoctoral research associates. We also welcome proposals for MEng Final Year Projects and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) placements.

If you are interested in working with us, please contact the Director of the Lab, Professor Paul Mitcheson.

Wireless power transferThe Wireless Power Lab at Imperial College London is a world-leading research group in the field of mid-range wireless power transfer using highly efficient, high frequency power electronics. Our group holds the IP of several state-of-the-art circuit topologies that enable impressively high efficiencies (>85%) for wireless power transfer whilst allowing the device getting charged to move within a large energised area generated by the transmitter. This latter feature is crucial in applications such as dynamic charging of electric vehicles and wireless charging of biomedical implants where exact alignment between transmitter and receiver is not possible.

We are a part of the Control and Power Research Group within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. Our work has been funded from a mixture of sources including EPSRC, NSF-UKRI, the UK Government, EDF Energy and the Metropolitan Police.