School events 2015
The following are a list of school events scheduled for 2015.
High Resolution X-ray Tomography: Zeiss Seminar
Laboratory-based X-ray computer tomography is making huge advances and has achieved remarkable resolution recently. A group has been set-up here at Huddersfield who are interested in non-destructively resolving matter on the sub-micron scale. Zeiss has kindly agreed to come and give a seminar on the latest instrumentation developments.
11:00 AM, 13 May 2015
Radio Science: “It’s still magic even if you know how it’s done”*
Professor Glover will explore the magic of radio science using engineering examples from early crystal sets to modern wireless sensor networks.
6:15 PM, 29 April 2015
How does a 325 year old bank survive and thrive in the digital revolution?
This year (2015) Barclays celebrates its 325th birthday. We have survived and thrived through the last two industrial revolutions, two world wars, many heads of state and governments and several world recessions. We are now facing one of our greatest challenges, and it is one not just that we face but which many established businesses face… the digital Revolution.
6:00 PM, 20 April 2015
School events 2014
The following are a list of school events scheduled for 2014.
Turbocharging the future
Ever wondered how aerospace engineering can be applied to ground vehicles or even ships? What technology can wow race crowds, excite motorsport enthusiasts and save the world? How do you design something that can spin in excess of 3000 times per second at temperatures above 1000°C?
6:00 PM, 26 November 2014
Supporting the next generation of rail professionals
Richard Williams and Andrew Milner discuss the opportunities and challenges related to careers in the rail industry
6:00 PM, 29 October 2014
IM14: Informatics Showcase
IM14 Informatics Showcase draws together an exciting cluster of skills and abilities
from the University of Huddersfield's School of Computing and Engineering Multimedia Subject Area.
6:00 PM, 4 June 2014
Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE) conference
The Association for Learning Development in Higher Education annual conference at the University of Huddersfield
12:00 PM, 14 April 2014
Creativity and Soft Skills in the Engineering World
Alicia Sanchez Espin from Glaxo Smith Klyne (GSK) and Sumaira Minhas from the University of Manchester discuss how engineering is suitable and useful for both men and women..
6:00 PM, 20 March 2014
Introduction to Summon 2.0 and APA 6 Referencing
Alison Sharman from Computing and Library Services will outline the development of Summon 2.0 and the new APA referencing style.
3:15 PM, 19 March 2014
Smaller Freight Wagon Wheels – A Stressful Experience
Julian Stow, Assistant Director of the Institute of Railway Research at the University of Huddersfield discusses how high stress in the wheel-rail contact area is a factor of rail damage.
6:00 PM, 18 March 2014
Student oral presentations: Incorporating peer assessment
Chris Ireland, Academic Skills Tutor from the Business School will detail how an approach to the development of presentation skills with first year accountancy students developed to incorporate peer e-assessment
3:15 PM, 5 March 2014
Keys To Become Successful Women In Engineering
Dr Crinela Pislaru of the School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield and Ms Ivone Sima of General Electric, London will describe the factors that encouraged their choice of career.
6:00 PM, 4 March 2014
Teaching academic referencing - Might technology and new media offer solutions?
Dr Stephen Catterall will discuss the implications of his research into teaching academic referencing, technology and new media.
3:15 PM, 19 February 2014
School events 2013
The following are a list of school events scheduled for 2013.
IM13: Informatics Showcase
IM13 brings together an exciting collection of digital media student projects ranging from design, marketing and web technologies.
6:00 PM, 1 May 2013
Railways: entering the 3rd Century
Professor Iwnicki will explain how developments in technology and computer modelling mean that we are poised for a new revolution in the way that railways are designed and operated.
6:00 PM, 26 March 2013
School events 2012
The following are a list of school events scheduled for 2012.
I'm a mathematician - end of conversation
Professor Scott will describe his mathematical worlds and their practical usage to solve genuine industrial problems.
6:00 PM, 7 November 2012
Destined to flow
Professor Mishra will deliver his professorial lecture on various facets of fluid flows encountered in practice and will discuss the many experimental, analytical and computational tools used to understand and analyse difficult flows for better design of fluid handling systems. During the lecture, he will highlight the numerous issues involved with the use of instruments to monitor fluid flows as well as the use of computational fluid dynamics in designing various engineering artefacts. Professor Mishra will also present examples of his research focussing on the acoustic effects of fluid motion.
2:00 PM, 20 June 2012
COMADEM2012, the 25th International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management, which is being held in Huddersfield, UK on 18th - 20th June 2012.
The Congress will cover a wide range of subjects in the field of industrial asset management and will include a mix of keynote presentations, technical papers, poster sessions, themed masterclasses, and exhibition stands. The congress will also feature an active and varied social programme with lots of opportunities for networking with delegates and speakers from industry, academia and government, whilst enjoying the sights and hospitality of Huddersfield and its surrounding area.
8:00 AM, 18 June 2012
IM2012: Informatics Showcase Wednesday 25th April 2012.
The Informatics Showcase draws together an exciting cluster of skills and abilities from the University of Huddersfield's School of Computing and Engineering, Department of Informatics.
12:00 PM, 25 April 2012
12th CIRP conference on computer Aided Tolerancing, April 18-19, 2012
The 12th CIRP Conference on Computer Aided Tolerancing (CIRP CAT 2012) will be held in Huddersfield, UK, on April 18-19, 2012.
9:00 AM, 18 April 2012
Annual Researchers Conference 2012 (CEARC'12)
The 'Diamond Jubilee' Researchers' Conference (2012) showcases and celebrates the work of our PhD students in the School of Computing and Engineering.
9:00 AM, 23 March 2012
A matter of atoms
The idea of the “indivisible indestructible particle of matter” was first mooted by the ancient Greek philosophers in the 5th century BC but it was only at the end of the 19th century that experimental tools became available to enable scientists to begin to study the arrangements of atoms within matter. In his lecture, Professor Stephen Donnelly will discuss the development of the powerful instruments, that are now used to study the atomic structure of matter and their application to his own research into defects in solids induced by energetic particles. He will show that for solid materials, as for people, it is the defects that make them interesting.
6:00 PM, 22 February 2012
Towards Autonomic Road Transport Support Systems
The first meeting of the European Network on the application of autonomic principles and techniques to Transport. 23-24 January 2012
8:00 AM, 23 January 2012
School events 2011
The following are a list of school events scheduled for 2011.
The PlanSIG workshop, to be held on 8-9 December 2011, is a yearly forum where academics, industrialists, and research students can meet and discuss current issues in an informal setting. We especially aim to bring together researchers attacking different aspects of planning and scheduling problems, and to introduce new researchers to the community.
8:00 AM, 8 December 2011