Monthly Archives: February 2017

Maria Christakis wins the Best PhD Dissertation Award

The European Association for Programming Languages and Systems (EAPLS) Best PhD Dissertation Award 2015 has been won by Dr Maria Christakis, from the School of Computing for her dissertation ‘Narrowing the gap between verification and systematic testing‘. This award is … Continue reading

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PhD pass for Alexia Zoumpoulaki

Congratulations to Alexia Zoumpoulaki, who has recently passed her PhD viva, with minor corrections. Alexia’s PhD thesis was titled ‘Detecting Perceptual Breakthrough in RSVP with Applications in Deception Detection: Methodological, Behavioural and Electrophysiological Explorations’ and was supervised by Howard Bowman. Alexia … Continue reading

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Student consultants present to national computing group

Students from KITC (Kent IT Consultancy) presented examples of their work at an event entitled ‘Becoming a Consultant – the Next Generation’ at the headquarters of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. Student consultants at the KITC are ‘the graduates of … Continue reading

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Kent expert shares biomedical signal knowledge in India

Dr Palaniappan Ramaswamy has delivered two courses on biomedical signals to colleagues in two Indian universities as part of an initiative to elevate India’s scientific and technological capacity to global excellence. Palani, who is a Reader based at the School of Computing in … Continue reading

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PhD success for Konstantin Kapinchev

Congratulations to Konstantin Kapinchev, who has recently passed his PhD viva, with minor corrections. His PhD thesis was titled ‘Scalable Parallel Optimization of Digital Signal Processing in the Fourier Domain’. Konstantin’s thesis was supervised by Fred Barnes and examined by Dr Mark … Continue reading

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