Miten Mistry to display poster at the House of Commons

HiPEDS PhD student Miten Mistry has been selected to display a poster at the House of Commons, as part of the STEM for BRITAIN 2019 poster competition for early-career researchers. Miten’s research, joint with BASF, Dr Ruth Misener and Dr Dimitris Letsios integrates data-driven models into larger decision making problems. STEM for BRITAIN is a… Read more »

Johannes Wiebe wins second place presentation prize at PSE@ResearchDayUK

First year PhD student Johannes Wiebe recently presented at PSE@ResearchDayUK and won 2nd place presentation prize.  The PSE@ResearchDayUK is a 1-day annual meeting for process systems engineering researchers in the UK. Typically, Third and fourth year PhD students are invited to submit an abstract and (if accepted) speak at the conference. So this is a… Read more »

HiPEDS Code of Conduct

Workshop in Ethics and Responsibility in Research and Innovation In a half-day workshop members of the 2017, 2016 and 2015 cohorts of the Centre for Doctoral Training in High Performance Embedded and Distributed Systems (HiPEDS) discussed questions and issues around societal and ethical implications of research in engineering disciplines.  The group of PhD students reflected… Read more »

Creativity Sandpit with Cambridge and Warwick

Imperial HiPEDS, Cambridge Sensor, Warwick Urban Science May 15th – 17th 2018 Eastpark Conference Centre, Bracknell In beautiful weather mid-May 28 PhD students from three CDTS based at Imperial, Cambridge and Warwick participated in a two-day creativity sandpit, spread across three days. We were very fortunate to welcome to the event industry engineers who each… Read more »

Nicolas Moser’s Three Minute Thesis

Wednesday 5th April saw the finals of the Imperial 3 minute thesis competition. PhD students nominated from departments across the College were invited to the final competition. The format is that each student is briefly introduced by the chair person. They then have up to 3 minutes to deliver a pitch about their research. They… Read more »

CDTs PPAR and HiPEDS Joint Industry Event 10/11/2016

The two CDTs PPAR (Pervasive Paralellism) at Edinburgh and HiPEDS jointly organised an Industry Event at Edinburgh for partners and students on November 10th 2016. (See http://pervasiveparallelism.inf.ed.ac.uk/industrial-engagement-event_2016/ for more details.) Eleven HiPEDS students travelled to Edinburgh for the day-long event. The varied timetable included 1.5-minute and 1-slide research briefings by 27 PPAR and HiPEDS students,… Read more »

Protocopier Group Project

Protocopier is a group project within HiPEDS, developed by PhD students who started in October 2016, with support from Dyson Limited, and the Dyson School of Design Engineering. Full details can be found on their group project site.

HiPEDS Summer Outreach

Throughout summer 2016 a number of staff and students from HiPEDS took part in various College-wide outreach activities. Dr Alastair Donaldson, Senior Lecturer in Computing and Leader of the Multicore Programming research group, gave a new lecture ‘What Makes Software Go Wrong’ to the following audiences: IET Children’s Engineering Lecture: What Makes Software Go Wrong? Y11… Read more »

HiPEDS Staff Engagement with Teachers

As part of ongoing work with teachers to assist and develop Maths, Computing and Engineering in schools the Outreach Team have recently begun running a series of Teacher Focus Groups to collaborate and gain feedback on new programme ideas. Luke Bacon, Physical Sciences and Engineering Outreach Programmes Manager and Faculty Outreach Champion, Prof George Constantinides, speaking… Read more »

Creativity Sandpit with Edinburgh and Oxford

Imperial HiPEDS, Edinburgh PPAR, Oxford AIMS April 26th – 28th 2016 Eastpark Conference Centre, Bracknell   At the end of April 27 PhD students from three CDTS based at Imperial, Edinburgh and Oxford participated in a two-day creativity sandpit.  We were very fortunate to welcome to the event three industry engineers, Walt Aldred,  Research Director… Read more »

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