Department of Engineering

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From Tripos to TripAdvisor

21 May 2015

Since leaving the Department of Engineering, Alumna Lily Cheng has had a whirlwind career that now boasts President, APAC, at TripAdvisor. 

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Dr Richard Turner honoured with teaching award

19 May 2015

Congratulations to Dr Richard Turner, who was presented with a Cambridge University Students’ Union Student-Led Teaching Award. 

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Professor John Robertson (left) and Professor Zoubin Ghahramani

Royal Society Fellows Professors John Robertson and Zoubin Ghahramani

13 May 2015

Congratulations to Professors John Robertson and Zoubin Ghahramani on their elections as Fellows of the Royal Society.

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Structured lessons

11 May 2015

A 4th year student project has Nicholas Niem strength-testing an innovative timber design.

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Christian Hoecker

£2.8m Research grant for Advanced Nanotubes Applications and Manufacturing initiative

07 May 2015

Professor Norman Fleck and Dr Adam Boies have been awarded £2.8m from EPSRC for the Advanced Nanotubes Applications and Manufacturing initiative.

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Professor David Cardwell interview for Professional Engineering Magazine

06 May 2015

Professor David Cardwell was installed as the new head of the Department of Engineering in October 2014. That’s plenty of time for him to get his feet under the table...

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Superconductors: challenges and champions

30 Apr 2015

Leading minds from Japan and the UK met for a workshop on superconductivity at King’s College. 

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Building a cleaner fleet

27 Apr 2015

Researchers from the Department of Engineering have begun a collaborative project to develop a platform for powering ultra-low-emission buses. 

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From toy cars to Jaguars

24 Apr 2015

Alumnus Theo Amanatidis, now working with Jaguar Land Rover, spoke to Tafara Makuni of Cambridge University Engineering Society's Cambridge Engineer magazine.

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Gazing into the future

23 Apr 2015

New techniques for eye-gaze tracking could change the way we interact with computers.

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