Mr Andrew Norman

Lecturer, Department of Engineering
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+44 (0)116 2522563 (2563 for internal calls)

Engineering Design Laboratory (formerly R Block)
R25 (top of stairs, library end)

Mr Andrew Norman
Department of Engineering
University of Leicester
University Road

Module convenor for:

EG1214 (Introduction to C Programming)
EG2204 (Embedded Systems)
EG3005 (Third Year Project)
EG4214 / EG4224 (Embedded Systems 1 / 2)


First semester of EG3204 (Programmable Electronics).  EG1214 and EG3204 use the Arduino, EG2204 and EG4214/4224 use an ARM processor (currently the LPC1769).

Matlab programming in the second semester of EG1001 (Maths with Computation).

Departmental Roles

Senior Tutor
Secretary to Exam Boards
Exams Officer
AccessAbility Tutor (with Alison Lambert)
Deputy Plagiarism Officer (Dr Nik Chalashkanov is the Plagiarism Officer)
First Aider


I am a committee member of the University of Leicester branch of the University and College Union (UCU),and am the union's health and safety representative for the University.

Personal information

I was born in Birmingham and grew up in Clevedon, a seaside town near Bristol. I came to Leicester in 1983, graduated with a BSc in Chemistry with Geochemistry, and joined the Engineering Department in 1989.  For most of this time I worked as a Computer Officer, changing job title to Senior Teaching Fellow in 2013 and to Lecturer in 2014.

In 2009 I graduated again, with a BA in Humanities with Philosophy from the Open University.  In 2013 I completed an MA in Philosophy with the OU, with a dissertation on Philip Pettit's republican political theory.

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