Congratulations to Scott Broadley, final year MEng Electronics and Communications engineering student from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts who reached the finals of the IET Present around the World (PATW) Competition on 13th May, hosted by Digibury at the Gulbenkian, University of Kent. At the event, Scott presented his final year project which was within the medical electronics field. Scott’s team had been tasked with modernising an existing system produced by the University of Kent in 1999, which was the first and only system to offer multi-parameter assessment of speech. In his presentation, Scott explained the project journey and outcomes of his team’s alternative solution.
At the event, Scott was awarded a certificiate for becoming a finalist of the PATW competition. Well done Scott!