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Research shows how 'navigational hazards' in metro maps confuse travellers Some features in metro maps cause passengers to make substantial mistakes in journey planning, but it may be possible to detect and rectify these with automated software, research being conducted at the University has indicated. Peter B. Lloyd, a PhD student in the School of Computing, working alongside Dr Peter Rodgers in the same department, and Dr Maxwell J. Roberts, a cognitive psychologist at the University of Ess...

17 May 2018

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Kent's brain interface chosen to showcase UK research to China Brain research within the School of Computing is being used to showcase UK research internationally. The University of Kent is one of six UK universities which will feature in a video and series of features which the British Council will share on Chinese social media channels in its ‘Study UK, Discover your Innovation’ campaign. Lecturer Caroline Ling Li, PhD student Yuzhou Lin and alumnus and research collabora...

16 May 2018

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Kent to lead on £1.4m Government research project on protecting leisure travellers' data The University of Kent will lead one of 11 new government research projects, addressing challenges about “Trust, Identity, Privacy and Security in the Digital Economy”. "PRIvacy-aware personal data management and Value Enhancement for Leisure Travellers (PriVELT)", will be coordinated by the University of Kent as the lead institution. The project's overall aim is...

9 May 2018

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RT @UniKentNews: Dr Budi Arief from @UniKentComp quoted in @EandTmagazine on the security risks posed by smart devices and how they could b…

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Congratulations to Computer Science PhD student, Farhana Liza, who has been selected as the Sciences Postgraduate R… https://t.co/x0hHtIHC66

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