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PhD success for Adrien Witon Adrien Witon has been conferred with a PhD for his research into EEG-based mental states identification. Dr Witon was supervised by Dr Caroline Li with Professor Samuele Marcora and Professor Howard Bowman. He was awarded the title of Dr at a graduation ceremony in Rochester Cathedral on 9 July 2019. Since completing his research Adrien has taken up a post doctoral position in the Centre for Neuroprosthetics at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. Research abstract Mental health has a huge imp...

12 July 2019

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Prizes for Medway graduates At the Medway graduation on 9 July, Professor Ian McLoughlin presented the prizes to the 2019 graduates who had excelled in academic achievements or contribution to the life of the School. Computer Science Project Prize James Merrington "James is a self-driven and highly motivated individual. He used industry standard throughout the development of his final year project, InsomiApp, a cross-platform sleep-tracking app and website. He delivered excellent contributions to all areas of the p...

10 July 2019

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Computing students develop web player for Apple Music Four Year in Industry students from the School of Computing have attracted the attention of Apple for their new music service, Musish. Having realised that Apple does not offer a web player for its music service in the same way that the likes of Spotify does, James Jarvis, Raphaël Vigée, Filip Grębowski and Brychan Bennett-Odlum developed their own open-source web based player for Apple Music. Musish uses an Apple Music subscriber's e...

3 July 2019

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