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Student consultants present to national computing group Students from KITC (Kent IT Consultancy) presented examples of their work at an event entitled ‘Becoming a Consultant – the Next Generation’ at the headquarters of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. Student consultants at the KITC are ‘the graduates of tomorrow helping the businesses of today’, and work on projects for paying clients, who are usually local small and medium enterprises. Their work forms as assessed part of...

9 February 2017

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Kent expert shares biomedical signal knowledge in India Dr Palaniappan Ramaswamy has delivered two courses on biomedical signals to colleagues in two Indian universities as part of an initiative to elevate India’s scientific and technological capacity to global excellence. Palani, who is a Reader based at the School of Computing in Medway, was invited to deliver two one week courses for university staff, medical professors and postgraduate students. He taught on the analysis of biom...

7 February 2017

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PhD success for Konstantin Kapinchev Congratulations to Konstantin Kapinchev, who has recently passed his PhD viva, with minor corrections. His PhD thesis was titled 'Scalable Parallel Optimization of Digital Signal Processing in the Fourier Domain’. Konstantin’s thesis was supervised by Fred Barnes and examined by Dr Mark Batty with Professor Brian Vinter from the University of Copenhagen as the external examiner. Konstantin said: ‘As well as my ...

2 February 2017

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#1DayWithoutUs at @UniKent In solidarity with #EU nationals and #Immigrants who are living, working and studying i… https://t.co/WooGemjjtI

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RT @UniKent: This #LGBTHistoryMonth there will be a range of events organised by the @UniKent LGBT+ society! Find out more: https://t.co/y3…

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RT @thompson_si: We’ve passed the 2,000 signups for the first #erlang #mooc #FLerlangfunc @UniKentComp https://t.co/4egYGJSyhg

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