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Structural and Local Spectroscopic Studies on Hybrid Nanomaterials by Advanced TEM

Tuesday 6 June from 11:00 until 12:00
Chichester 3R241
Materials Physics seminars
Dr Raul Arenal (University of Zaragoza)

Dr Raul Arenal (University of Zaragoza) will discuss his research on advanced transmission electron microscopy studies of hybrid nanomaterials.


National Women in Engineering Day - Celebration Event

Thursday 23 June from 14:00 until 17:00
Fulton A
Speakers from the School of Engineering and Informatics and from UK industry

Talks and panel sessions focus on career opportunities and challenges for female engineers and computer scientists: all staff and students welcome.


Transport and Measurement Schemes for Datacentre Networks

Thursday 16 July from 12:00 until 13:00
Fulton, Room 201
FoSS Research Seminar
Myungjin Lee (University of Edinburgh)

Managing datacentre networks is hard. Operators must be able to detect, localise and troubleshoot anomalies at any location in the network.


MMPTCP: A Novel Transport Protocol for Data Centre Networks

Friday 26 June from 13:00 until 14:00
Pevensey I, 1A6
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
Morteza Kheirkhah Sabetghadam (PhD Student, Informatics)

Modern data centres provide large aggregate capacity in the backbone of networks so that servers can theoretically communicate with each other.


Is Deep Learning useful in activity recognition?

Friday 12 June from 13:00 until 14:00
Pevensey I, 1A6
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
Francisco Javier Ordóñez (Research Fellow, Sensor Technology Research Centre)

Human activity recognition (HAR) is an important concern of the wearable computing community and plays a central role in applications and interaction.


The application of a service-orientation on a mobile AR platform to support museum visitor experiences.

Friday 15 May from 13:00 until 14:00
Pevensey I, 1A6
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
Sasithorn Rattanarungrot (PhD Student, Informatics)

Mobile augmented reality (AR) has become an influential tool for digital content representation in terms of enhancing the users' experience.


How can we Scientifically Study Consciousness?

Friday 8 May from 13:00 until 14:00
Pevensey I, 1A6
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
David Gamez, Research Fellow (Informatics)

This talk will outline my approach to the scientific study of consciousness.


Molecular Programming

Friday 17 April from 13:00 until 14:00
Richmond, AS03
School of Engineering and Informatics: Research Seminar
Professor Luca Cardelli (Microsoft Research & University of Oxford)

Nucleic acids (DNA/RNA) encode information digitally, and are currently the only truly 'user-programmable' entities at the molecular scale.


Key factors Influencing the adoption and utilisation of e-Government in Saudi Arabia

Friday 27 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Richmond, AS03
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
Saleh Alghamdi (PhD Student, Informatics)

E-Government increases transparency and improves communication between governments and users.


Communication protocol designs for Internet-of-Things

Friday 6 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Richmond, AS03
School of Engineering and Informatics - Work In Progress Seminars
Zhengguo Sheng (Sensor Technology Research Centre)

In this seminar, I would like to share with you some of my current research in the design of communication protocols for the Internet-of-Things.


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