Come face-to-face with an interactive rhino, marvel at the wonders of the Universe, make your own robot, crack a code, explore gravitational waves, or build a bridge out of paper and sticky tape and see how many chocolate bars it can hold.
Professor William Redman-White of Electronics and Computer Science has been elected a Fellow of the IEEE (the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) in recognition of his significant contributions to integrated circuit and system design for communications.
Robogals Southampton has hosted the annual Seminar Inducting New Executives (SINE) conference in only its first year in operation.
Three ECS students have launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to mass produce their super-high resolution open source screen adapter - OSCAR.
Portsmouth-based PCB assembly, test and repair company, Soumac, have teamed up with the world-renowned Electronics and Computer Science department at the University of Southampton to launch the Soumac Award.
ECS alumnus Andrei Petre has launched the first version of his new app, SafeMaps – “the only traveling companion you will ever need”.
A ground-breaking transmedia alternate-reality game (ARG), which is the first large-scale project to explore ‘digital provenance’, has been launched.
Access to STEM subjects could be opened up for students with learning disabilities or print disabilities thanks to new government funding for a team of ECS researchers.
The University of Southampton was one of six universities around the world which took part in EMECS-thon 2014 last weekend.
Two professors from the University of Southampton have been awarded highly prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Awards by the Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science.
30 January 2014
The University of Southampton is hosting the Autonomous and Advanced Systems Showcase event on Monday 3 February, where industry, government and academia will explore commercial and research opportunities to deliver the next generation of aerospace, marine, defence and other advanced systems technology to keep the UK at the forefront of these important industries.
Southampton RoboGals will be hosting a national event in February, which brings together RoboGals chapters from across the UK.
EMECS-thon creates the opportunity for students to showcase their skills by creating an embedded system in 48 hours based on their own idea.
Eighty-six companies will take part in this year’s Careers Fair organized by the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering at the University of Southampton.
ECS students are developing their niche technology skills with generous support from Connectus, the specialist technology recruitment company.
Researchers from the University of Southampton are part of an international collaboration that will develop the world’s first culturally specific Arabic symbol dictionary.
Students from the University of Southampton have won a national competition thanks to a revolutionary helmet they designed for use by soldiers on the battlefield.
This year’s Group Design Project culminated in a showcase day last Wednesday 8 January at which 29 final-year student groups presented the results of their project-work to their clients and to fellow students in ECS.
Postgraduate training at the University of Southampton in engineering and scientific fields, important to the UK’s economy, has received a major funding boost through three new Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs).
Researchers in Electronics and Computer Science are part of an international collaboration that has been awarded $891,000 of funding to develop a culturally specific Arabic symbol dictionary.