Elizabeth Lloyd

Full Name:
Miss Elizabeth Lloyd
Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Job Title:
PhD Research Programme in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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Miss Elizabeth Lloyd
Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
University of Bath
United Kingdom


2016 - Intel Prize for outstanding academic achievement
2013 - BP Centurion Award


PhD title
Detection and Mitigation of GNSS Interference for Robust Navigation and Timing
Lloyd, E. M. and Watson, R. J., Using a bio-inspired algorithm for efficient Angle-of-Arrival estimation of GNSS jammers, 13th Annual European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) 2019 (paper was part of a convened session on GNSS systems)
Lloyd, E. M. and Watson, R. J., An array antenna for low power localisation of GPS interference, 12th Annual European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) 2018
Lloyd, E. M. and Watson, R. J., Development of a reconfigurable GPS beamformer for design and test, Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference 2017
PCB design, including at L band frequencies using KiCAD
Embedded C programming for ARM Cortex-M3 microprocessors
Application programming using Python
Antenna design and simulation using NI AWR Microwave Office


Demonstrating for Undergraduate Laboratories

I have provided support for lecturing staff in the following undergraduate laboratories and tutorials.
First year
EE10134 Introduction to Programming in MATLAB
EE10142 Electronic Laboratory Techniques and Professional Engineering Practice I
EE10213 Mathematics I
EE10140 Microprocessors and Interfacing
EE10169 Digital Electronics
EE10218 Electronic Systems Design and Manufacture I
Second year
EE20084 Structured Programming
EE20021 Digital Systems Design
Third year
EE30186 Integrated Engineering
Fourth year and MSc
EE40098 Computational Intelligence
EE50226 Embedded Systems Design
EE50230 Advanced Digital Systems Design

Widening Participation

In June 2017, the University of Bath welcomed year 12 students (aged 16-17) from disadvantaged backgrounds to take part in a week-long project in a subject that they would be interested in studying at university. The aim was to give students an opportunity to experience life at university as well as find out if their chosen subject is indeed what they wish to take further. The course was designed and delivered by a group of postgraduate students, assisted by academic staff. The project was widely praised by Widening Participation staff both at this University and higher up.
In July 2018, the Widening Participation Summer School was run again. The class size was twice as big and I was the only student to continue the project from the previous year. The project was modified and again, ran very successfully.


Took over lecturing of first year circuit theory module for one week while lecturer was unavailable due to illness.