Their paper Sidetap and Slingshot Gestures on Unmodified Smartwatches, is available through the ACM digital library.
In September 2014 a diverse group of students commenced their studies on our MSc portfolio. Some are pictured below at our annual welcome reception.
Fast forward to August 2015 and after a year of hard work, and an intensive summer dissertation project, they submitted their dissertation. Today they presented their posters and demonstrated project artefacts.
The eventful poster session provided the perfect occasion for students to meet with second markers, reflect upon their MSc journey and appreciate the projects completed by their peers.
Congratulations to Milena Marzluff, who will receive the coveted amazon voucher for best poster.
We wish them all, every success with future plans, and look forward to seeing them again at November graduation.
The Senior Honours students presented their posters and final year software artifacts to staff and students last week. The best poster accolade and associated amazon voucher was presented to Callum Hyland for his poster – Android: Smoking Cessation, behavioural pattern prediction through spatial and temporal modelling. We wish them well with exam revision and look forward to seeing them at June graduation.
The Junior Honours students finalised their team projects last Friday and competed for world domination. This year the project involved implementing a multi-player peer-to-peer world domination game, with AI. We await news of which team dominated the CS world for a time on Friday.
After a year of hard work, and an intensive summer project, students submitted their final dissertation last week. Earlier today they had an opportunity to present their posters and demonstrate their project artefacts.
With prizes awarded to the top 3 posters and cakes for all, the session proved busy and provided the perfect occasion to meet with second markers, reflect upon the dissertation journey and appreciate the projects completed by their peers.
Congratulations to Alice Herbison (overall winner): The design and implementation of DentalAnx, (best runner-ups) Bejamin Yakubu: AMLA Android Multimedia Learning Aid, and Thomas Brunner: Interactive Realtime Analysis of Social Media Data, all three received the coveted amazon vouchers.
We wish them all, every success with future plans, and look forward to seeing them again at December 2014 Graduation!
Our talented final year Computer Science students presented their projects last week. A demonstration and poster session allowed them to discuss the output from a semester of hard work with their peer group and staff.
We wish them every success as they approach graduation, and look forward to celebrating their successful CS journey, next Thursday at the SH BBQ.
Images courtesy of Conrad de Kerckhove.
After a summer of hard work, our MSc students submitted their final dissertations last week. Earlier today they had an opportunity to present their posters and demonstrate their project artefacts.
With prizes for the top 3 posters and cakes for all, the session was very busy and provided the perfect occasion to reflect upon their own dissertation journey and appreciate the projects completed by their peers. Congratulations to Ilya Lvov, Oleg Iliev and Olalekan Baruwa who received the coveted amazon vouchers for best poster.
- Ilya Lvov, Data Journalism: Tools and Practices
- Oleg Iliev, Exploration of QoS and QoE using radar charts
- Olalekan Baruwa, IVF-predict and MyOvaries: An exploration, implementation and deployment of Bio-Medical Mobile Software Applications.
We wish them every success as they approach graduation and look forward to seeing them again in November!
After a summer of hard work the MSc student poster presentations and project demos took place earlier today. Dissertations were submitted on Monday. We wish them every success as they approach graduation and look forward to seeing them again in November!
The dedicated and talented final year Computer Science students presented their projects yesterday. Short presentations were followed by demonstrations and a poster session.
We wish them every success as they approach graduation.
Best Poster: Isobel Hale
Multiple Intrusion Detection System Testing Suite (MISTY)
Best Project Madness Presentation: Thomas Nicholson
Cross-Modal Interactive World Builder
The PhD poster session took place today in the Jack Cole coffee area.
Ron Morrison awarded Amazon vouchers to the three best posters. Congratulations to Lakshitha, Yi and Ali.
3rd place to System Deployment Costs in Public Clouds – Ali Khajeh-Hosseini
2nd place to Building Energy Awareness into ICT Systems (complete with magnifying glass) – Yi Yu
1st place to Monitoring Architectural Conformance through Runtime Event Interpretation – Lakshitha De Silva
Many of the posters featured at this session, including all the prizewinners, are now available for everyone to look at.
Competition entrants included:
- Jan de Muijnck-Hughes Leveraging Predicate Based Encryption
- James W. Smith Energy Efficiency in Cloud Computing
- CJ Davies Virtual Time Windows − Cross Reality for Cultural Heritage
- John McCaffery Open Virtual Worlds as a Platform for 3D
- Ruth Hoffmann Token Passing Networks and Permutation Pattern
- Indika Perera 3D Multi User Learning Environments:
Management Policy Considerations
- Ward Jaradat A Scalable Architecture for Decentralised Execution of Data-Intensive Workflows
- Jin Huang Architectural Concerns for Distributed, Self‐adaptive
- Ozgur Akgün Refining Portfolios of Constraint Models with CONJURE
- Masih Hajiarabderkani Adaptive Dissemination of Maintenance
Information in Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Jakub Dostal Viewing Distance and Attention Detection in
Multi-Display Environments (MDEs)
- Arunas Prokopas Constraint Solver Synthesizer
- Chonlatee Khorakhun Enabling “Internet of Things”
- Luke Hutton Temporal decay of social networking privacy
- Bruce Simpson A new approach to multihoming in the IPv6