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Turing lectures 2017

Prestigious BCS Turing Lecture to return to Cardiff University

3 February 2017

The BCS Turing Lecture will return to Cardiff University with guest speaker, Dr Guruduth S. Banavar, the VP and Chief Science Officer of IBM Research, the largest industrial research organisation in the world.

Researcher looking at compound semiconductor

£13m EU funding boost for Compound Semiconductors

30 January 2017

Backing will help build and equip Institute’s clean room

Student Mazin Muhssin speaking at the conference

Research student wins Best Conference Paper Award

30 January 2017

Engineering student, Mazin Muhssin, has won a Best Conference Paper award.

Giant wave

Tsunami prevention

25 January 2017

Cardiff University mathematician believes tsunami energy can be dissipated using deep-ocean sound waves

Osteoarthritis smart patch

Osteoarthritis smart patch

24 January 2017

Researchers from the School of Engineering look to develop diagnostic device for knee disease

The One Show

School of Mathematics Lecturer to Feature on BBC Programme The One Show

24 January 2017

Dr Matthew Lettington of the School of Mathematics will appear on The One Show on BBC1 at 7pm to discuss the multitude of mistakes that were found in GCSE exam revision workbooks by members of Cardiff University.

Simulation of two black holes merging

Gravitational Waves Researchers receive Royal Astronomical Society Award

23 January 2017

The LIGO team are to be presented with the Group Achievement Award by the RAS.

Eirini Anthi and Stuart Allen

Postgraduate Computer Science Students Impress at Annual Poster Day Exhibition

23 January 2017

Earlier this month saw the annual Research Student Poster Day exhibition take place at the School of Computer Science and Informatics

Jon Runyon awarded scholarship

Cardiff University Student Awarded Scholarship at World Leading Gas Turbine Institute

23 January 2017

Cardiff University PhD student, Jon Runyon, has been awarded a scholarship place from the prestigious ASME International Gas Turbine Institute.

Supercomputer

University joins industry partners to develop ‘first of its kind’ supercomputer

17 January 2017

High performance computing service is a major breakthrough for UK scientists