Dave Eustace

Programme Leader: BSc (Hons) Professional Sound and Video Technology

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I began my working life as a design engineer in the private sector. My projects included digital telephone answering machines, early mobile phones and large, networked energy conservation systems.

I joined the University of Salford in 1990 to work on a research project involving co-operating mobile robots. This work culminated in two appearances by the robots on the BBC programme Tomorrow’s Word.

I have been a lecturer in the University since 1993. I have had a wide range of roles, including Director of Admissions, Programme Leader, Programme Development and being part of the MediaCityUK project team.

I am currently Programme Leader for the BSc(Hons) Professional Sound and Video Technology, the largest recruiting programme in the College of Science and Technology.


I have taught a wide range of subjects , including Audio Systems, Computer Programming, Control Engineering, Electronics and Web Design, across a range of levels from National Diploma to MSc.

I currently teach web design and computer programming.

Research Interests

I have received several awards from the EPSRC to develop material that support the delivery of GCSE and A-level Physics.

Qualifications and Memberships

BSc(Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering

MSc Telecommunications Technology

Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology

Chartered Engineer

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy