Monthly Archives: March 2017

Dan, Dan, Marathon Man!

Student Experience Manager, Daniel Clark will be running the Asics Greater Manchester Marathon on Sunday 2 April. He is running in aid of two charities that have a special meaning for him and his family; The Christie Hospital in Manchester and Macmillan Cancer Support. Dan … Continue reading

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Students shortlisted for Go Abroad awards

Congratulations to Oscar Kent-Plummer and Jason Marable who have been shortlisted for the University’s Go Abroad awards. The awards celebrate the efforts and achievements of students who have undertaken a study or work placement abroad. Both Oscar and Jason are final year undergraduates … Continue reading

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Vacancies in the School of Computing

We are advertising for two new members of the School’s administration team. The Employability Coordinator is a new post designed to support our successful marketing and industrial placement teams.  The post holder will be expected to work autonomously and with a … Continue reading

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Your brain is unique – here’s how it could be used as the ultimate security password

Palaniappan Ramaswamy, University of Kent Biometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming increasingly important to combat financial fraud and security threats. This is because … Continue reading

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Professor of Cyber Security vacancy

The School of Computing is looking to appoint a Professor of Cyber Security to lead its highly successful Security research group. The School has an outstanding reputation for research and education in cyber security where, for example, its MSc Cyber … Continue reading

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