Monthly Archives: July 2016

School’s Silver Award for Going Global

The School of Computing has been awarded Silver in the inaugural University International Impact Award scheme. The award is a new venture which recognises and rewards international achievements within schools and departments at Kent. The scheme has been devised to … Continue reading

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Computing students in CERN security ‘whitehat hacking’ test

Masters students from the School of Computing recently targeted the home of the Large Hadron Collider in a whitehat hacking exercise. The team of seven School of Computing students are computer security specialists who offered to help CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear … Continue reading

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Employability Points success for Computing students

Students from the School of Computing have been active in the University’s Employability Points (EP) scheme, winning rewards for their participation. The EP scheme rewards students for their involvement in extra-curricular activities whilst studying at the University of Kent. Students can … Continue reading

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100 Miles for Canterbury Food Bank

Simon Thompson, Professor of Computing, and Peter Taylor-Gooby, Professor of Social Policy, together with the Food Bank Bear, are planning to do the ‘London 100’ Bike Ride on 31 July, to raise funds for Canterbury Food Bank. The Food Bank … Continue reading

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Hear, hear: speech and audio book published

Professor Ian McLoughlin has published a new book Speech and Audio Processing: A MATLAB-based Approach, which promises to be one of the few books to provide a practical hands-on approach in this area. Professor McLoughlin, Head of School at Medway said: “With the increasingly … Continue reading

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