We are CUER

CUER is the largest student-run engineering project within Cambridge University. We design and build solar-powered electric vehicles to compete against teams from top universities across the planet in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, a gruelling 3000km endurance competition across Australia.  


Our purpose is to serve students across the University by providing the opportunity to work on a multidisciplinary practical project.  We provide students at Cambridge University with a learning platform for applied engineering, strategic planning and leadership in the real world. 


Our alumni are now working in an impressive range of industries including F1, Formula E, Electric Vehicles, multinational engineering companies and finance, many are now running successful startups that they have founded since leaving.


We are currently working on an exciting new vehicle, codenamed "Helia", which represented an exciting new direction for CUER. It will be the most innovative vehicle that the team has ever produced.  More details will be released in our upcoming press release.
    


For more information please feel free to contact us on captain@cuer.co.uk


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CUER in The Media

Competition Vehicle, Mirage, Press Release - August 2017

The last two years have been spent in developing our new vehicle, Mirage, to compete in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, starting on 8th October 2017. This vehicle is a development of our Resolution concept, first released in 2013. For further information, read the full press release here.

The Game Changers: Inventing the World - Spring 2017

This year, were featured in the series "The Game Changers: Inventing the World" ("Meet the Superbrains" in the UK) on Discovery Channel all across the globe. You can now watch it on Amazon Prime Video!

Dyson Centre Opening - May 2016

As part of the opening of the James Dyson Building and Dyson Centre for Engineering Design, the team showcased Evolution. You can see the full article in the Daily Telegraph, including a video interview with previous Programme Director, Aurelia Hibbert, here. At the event we also received exposure through ITV East Anglia, BBC Look East, Eureka Magazine and others.


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