Monthly Archives: November 2014

How could technology improve your neighbourhood?

Kent is hosting an Innovation Day open to anyone with a good idea to improve their neighbourhood with technology. The Innovation Day, on Saturday 29 November, is a culmination of the ‘Embrace Your Space’ challenge,  run by the Kent Connects … Continue reading

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Hannah’s website wins her a scholarship

Master’s student Hannah Ellerby has been awarded a scholarship from the and 2014 Postgraduate Scholarships scheme. Hannah who is studying MSc Computer Science at the University of Kent received the Engineering, Maths and Computing Masters Scholarship worth £500. … Continue reading

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Academic Promotions

Four members of staff from the School of Computing have had their success recognised with an academic promotion. Andy King has been promoted to Professor and Fred Barnes, Dominique Chu and Scott Owens have all been promoted to Senior Lecturer. … Continue reading

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Professor Leon Chua gives talk alongside Nobel Prize winner

Professor Leon Chua, an EC Marie Curie Fellow at the School of Computing, was invited to  talk at an EC Research Day in Prague, together with Prof Peter Higgs, a Nobel Prize winner. Professor Leon Chua formulated theories behind the memristor, … Continue reading

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