Two student teams from the School of Computing won prizes at an annual University innovation event. The ICE (Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise) Showcase 2016 on 28 April brought together academics, students and business owners from across the South East to learn more about issues, hot topics and cutting-edge innovation.
The Student Knowledge Exchange winners were final year students based at the Medway campus who have been working as KITC consultants. The team consistent of Arolape Adebowale, Ceylon Bali, David Laban, Ryan Birch and Alexander Zarach.
School Poster winner, voted for on the day of the event by the delegates, was won by team MOGUL (Jesse Orange, Ashley Thomson, Elliot Massey and Matt Rhodes) for the poster of its music app, which has been developed as a final year project.
School experts were also invited to contribute to the event. Dr Budi Arief gave a master class titled ‘Cyber Security: It’s a Socio-Technical Challenge’, and Dan Knox, Makerspace Technician, gave a class on ‘Internet of Things “The Smart City” context’.
As well as talks, delegates had a unique opportunity to see a selection of the University’s latest innovations and technologies at the event’s Innovation Zone. The School of Computing also contributed to this with a Lego City which demonstrated how Internet of Things sensors and actuators can be used to enhance existing public services.
For more information about the ICE Showcase Event, please contact Nerissa at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01227 816032.