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- Staff and students from the Human Interface Technologies Team have taken to the road again, this time to test a new piece of technology designed to improve the quality of information obtained when conducting surveys of historical sites.
- Of the estimated 150,000 people annually in the UK who have a stroke, a significant number will suffer Apraxia or Action Disorganisation Syndrome (AADS). This impairs their ability to complete simple daily tasks, like making a cup of tea, and obstructs independent living. In the EU CogWatch project, featured in The Guardian, EECE staff work with psychologists to develop technology to retrain patients to overcome this problem.
- Richard Blumenthal graduated in July 2013 with a BSc Computer Science with Industrial Year and his final year project was chosen to be in the Top 8 of the Undergraduate Awards' global award programme. He was "Highly Commended" for his NFT Android App
- The EWB Birmingham Society have hit the ground running this year with a full calendar of events including a Cameroon Catalyst project launch. Branch Vice-President David Streather updates us on the year so far.
- Natural computing is the study of computational systems that borrow ideas from a large variety of natural systems such as Darwinian evolution, the immune systems of vertebrates, the nervous system, or the foraging behaviour of ants. Birmingham Fellow Dr Christine Zarges' research in this field is in particular concerned with the theoretical analysis of artificial immune systems and evolutionary algorithms used for optimisation.
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