Department of Engineering

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Village Green construction, by Tim Salmon

Young Structural Engineer of the Year 2010

04 Oct 2010

The Institution of Structural Engineers have announced the Young Structural Engineer of the Year 2010.

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Worm-like structures in turbulence

Fine-scale structure of turbulence

27 Sep 2010

Dr Tim Nickels and Dr James Dawson have been awarded a grant to study the fine-scale structure of turbulence.

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Professor Roberto Cipolla and Dr Ivor Day

Royal Academy of Engineering elected Professor Roberto Cipolla and Dr Ivor Day to a Fellowship

20 Sep 2010

Professor Roberto Cipolla and Dr Ivor Day have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

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Staff gather at the launch of the new turbine

Vice-Chancellor starts University's first wind turbine

13 Sep 2010

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alison Richard, started the University's first wind turbine at a ceremony at the West Cambridge site.

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Cambridge leads Indo-UK Network into Advanced Instability Methods

08 Sep 2010

Cambridge academics from the Engineering Department and the Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) have been organising workshops across India and the UK.

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Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium Technology Showcase

06 Sep 2010

Cambridge University and the Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium (CVDC) are holding a one-day Technology Showcase.

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Tore Butlin

Tore Butlin awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering EPSRC Research Fellowship

02 Sep 2010

Tore Butlin has recently been awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering / EPSRC Research Fellowship to work on 'Modelling the vibration of complex structures with localised non-linearities'.

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Drs Knappett (left) and Madabhushi with their award

Dr Gopal Madabhushi wins the British Geotechnical Association best publication medal

23 Aug 2010

The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) has awarded its annual medal for the year 2009 to Drs Knappett and Madabhushi.

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Professor Peter Guthrie

UK's 'virtual water' reliance leaves international footprint

02 Aug 2010

The UK's reliance on 'virtual' water is exacerbating water shortages in other countries.

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A new interface for searching a database of over a million movies that combines Bayesian Sets with Cloud Mining

The future of search

26 Jul 2010

The Department's Professor Zoubin Ghahramani and Katherine Heller write on the advantages of item-based over text-based searching.

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