Thursday, 18 May 2017

Award winning PhD Students

This week, two of Computing PhD got further recognition for their research.

Zainab Al-Rubaye came first in the popular vote in the University of Northampton's Images of Research Competition, which is open to anyone researching within the University. Zainab's work on measuring and detecting lameness in sheep and is a collaboration between University of Northampton and Moulton College.

Emmanuel Ofori-Attah  (on the right of the image below) came second (out of 18) in the highly competitive University of Northampton Research Student Competition for his work on energy-efficient circuits.

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Computing and Social Good: wearable devices motivating patients with disability via gaming

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