-   of  
Results Per Page  
174 {"orderBy":"1 D"}
Highlighted Title Type Organisation Start Date
View detail
Grant Award UCL 2013
Description
2013-2018 Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering (CNIE): Addressing Challenges in Sustainability and Scalable Manufacturing, Reference EP/K038656/1, £4,980,773. Principal Investigator: Prof Anthony Finkelstein; Co-Investigators: Prof Alan Penn + 14 others.The Centre assembles an interdisciplinary team of experts, from chemical and biochemical engineering, to computer science, architecture, materials, chemistry and genetics. The Centre researchers collaborate with, and seek advice from industrial partners from a wide range of industries, which accelerates practical implementation. The Centre has an open, outward looking mentality, inviting broader collaboration beyond the core at UCL. It will devote significant resources to explore the use of the validated nature-inspired mechanisms to other applications, and extend investigation to other natural mechanisms that may inform solutions to problems in sustainability and scalable manufacturing.
End Date
2018
View detail
Chair Other Membership Research Excellence Framework 2011
Description
Chair REF 2014 Sub-panel 16, member Main Panel C
End Date
 
View detail
KTP UCL Enterprise Award 2010 Award UCL Advances 2010
Description
 
End Date
 
View detail
KTP SE Region Award Award KTP 2010
Description
 
End Date
 
View detail
Grant Award Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council 2009
Description
2009-2018 Industrial Doctorate Centre: Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation EP/G037159/1, £5,648,706. Principal Investigator: Prof Ant Steed; Co-Investigators: Prof Alan Penn, Julier, Prince, Turner; 30 project partner organisations. The main value of the centre is that visual engineering requires cross-disciplinary training. This is possible with a normal PhD, but within the centre model inter-disciplinary training can embed the students' focussed research into a larger context. The centre model provides a programme structure and forums to ensure that opportunities and mechanisms for cross-disciplinary working are available.
End Date
2018
View detail
Sustainable University Campus Conference Invited Speaker Stockholm University 2009
Description
Stockholm Resilience Institute
End Date
 
View detail
Bluetooth provides spies with a window into your life Media Appearance New Scientist 30-APR-2008
Description
Bluetooth, a wireless link built into many cellphones, makes our movements trackable by anyone equipped with a PC and an appropriate receiver. Vassilis Kostakos at the University of Bath in the UK placed four Bluetooth receivers in the city's centre. Over four months, his team tracked 10,000 Bluetooth phones and was able to "capture and analyse people's encounters" in pubs, streets and shops
End Date
 
View detail
Bluetooth Surveillance Tested In the UK Media Appearance Slashdot 22-APR-2008
Description
If you live in the city of Bath in the UK and carry a Bluetooth-enabled device, your movements may have been secretly monitored
End Date
 
View detail
Nottingham wins the treble Media Appearance Civic Trust Awards 12-MAR-2008
Description
The redesign of the Old Market Square in Nottingham has won three coveted Civic Trust Awards for a) “Outstanding contribution to the public realm”, b) the Centre Vision Award for “Best practice in town centre regeneration” and c) the Charcon Hard Landscaping Award. Space Syntax undertook extensive site analysis and provided public realm design advice to Gustafson Porter Landscape Architects.
End Date
 
View detail
Royal Festival Hall wins the Civic Trust's annual “Night Vision” Award Media Appearance Civic Trust Awards 12-MAR-2008
Description
The project was described by the assessors as being "a fantastic contribution to the public realm, providing a world class public space for the London’s South Bank”. Space Syntax supported lead designers Allies and Morrison in the early stages of the design by providing advice in two areas: a) visitor activity patterns throughout the multi-level public foyers and b) effective workplace communications in the back-of-house staff areas.
End Date
 
 -   of  
Results Per Page