Department of Engineering

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Perse boys visit ‘Silent’ Aircraft Initiative

13 Jul 2005

Boys from The Perse School in Cambridge got the chance to be engineers for a day last week, when they met Cambridge University researchers who are trying to design a ‘Silent’ Aircraft.

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Augmented Maps

07 Jul 2005

Dr Tom Drummond, Dr Gerhard Reitmayr, and Ethan Eade are combining the benefits of printed maps with the benefits of computer based dynamic maps.

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Dr Tom Reynolds has received the 2005 BA Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture

24 Jun 2005

Dr Tom Reynolds from the Department has received the 2005 BA Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture.

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Mondialogo Engineering Award Department prize winners

20 Jun 2005

Mike Khaw, Zern Chu Tay, Andrew Lamb, and Francis Mills are Mondialogo Engineering Award prize winners.

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Predicting the risk of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD)

13 Jun 2005

Dr Richard Saumarez, a medic and engineer is working with a multidisciplinary team to find a method of predicting the risk of sudden cardiac death.

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Winning image

13 May 2005

The winning image in the photo competition recently held at the Department of Engineering, was taken by Kathryn Jackson.

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Magnetic sensors - a new slant on an old technology

12 May 2005

Dr Paul Robertson and his team are working on a new slant to an old sensing technology.

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The Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership Awards

05 May 2005

The 2005 award winners have been named and include 8 second year students from the Department.

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2004 Gossamer Spacecraft Forum Best Paper Award

03 May 2005

For the second year in a row, Professor Sergio Pellegrino, Professor of Structural Engineering, has won the Gossamer Spacecraft Forum Best Paper Award.

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Engineering events at the Science Festival

29 Apr 2005

Many of the Department's engineers were involved in this year's Science Festival.

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