Eur Ing Dr Antony J Wilkinson

Lecturer/ Programme Director for Electronic, and Electrical & Electronic Engineering Programmes

Faculty of Science and Engineering

School of Engineering and Computer Science

01482 465175

Eur Ing Dr Antony Wilkinson has 32 years' experience as a lecturer, researcher and consultant in electronics, embedded systems, telehealth, instrumentation and digital control.

He has a particular interest in the use of transmission line matrix (TLM) modelling algorithm in thermal volumetric instrumentation and control applications and the use of TLM as a tool to improve image and signal processing.

Dr Wilkinson has considerable experience in the design and construction of computer-based control and instrumentation systems and their software algorithms for a wide range of applications including magnetostriction.


Research Interests

  • Transmission line matrix (TLM) modelling

  • Embedded systems with signal processing and control

  • Engineering education innovation


Clewett C J, Langley P, Bateson A D, Asghar A U R, Wilkinson A J, 'A non-invasive, home-based EEG hypoglycaemia warning system for personal monitoring using skin surface electrodes: a single-case feasibility study', Healthcare Technology Letters IET, Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2016, pp 2-5, DOI: 10.1049/htl.2015.0037 , Online ISSN 2053-3713 (2016)

Amri A, Pulko S H, Wilkinson A J, 'Potentialities of steady-state and transient thermography in breast tumour depth detection: A numerical study', Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Elsevier, Volume 123, January 2016, pp 68-80, doi:10.1016/j.cmpb.2015.09.014 (2016)

Feradji A, Pulko S H, Saidane A, Wilkinson A J, ‘Transmission line matrix modelling of self heating in multi finger 4H-SiC MEFEts', Journal of Applied Sciences, 12, pp 32-39 (2012)

Koay A L, Wilkinson A J, Pulko S H, ‘TLM nodal state estimator: An alternative method of initializing a two-dimensional diffusion model’, International Journal of Numerical Analysis & Modeling, 21, pp 351-368 (2008)

Koay A L, Wilkinson A J, Pulko S H, ‘Management of spatial and temporal thermal dynamics using TLM’, International Journal of Numerical Analysis & Modeling, 21, pp 591-606 (2008)

Full list


Programmes taught on

Modules list

Level 4

  • Mathematical Tools and Concepts

  • Maths with Computer-Aided Problem Solving

  • Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • Mathematics, Programming & Digital Logic Design

Level 5

  • Electrical and Electronic Systems I

  • Electrical and Electronic Systems II

Level 6

  • Embedded Systems

  • Digital Signal Processing and Transmission

Research PhDs

Current PhD supervisions

One part-time 1st supervision, one full-time 2nd supervision

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • PhD in Adaptive Self Tuning Control, University of Hull (1987)

  • BSc Electronics and Automatic Control Engineering, University of Hull (1982)

External roles

Acts as a design and development consultant in engineering Innovation as well having experience of supporting several national and international projects.