News Releases

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    PhD News Story: Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia

    Professor Harrison will be working on a new project with The University of Sheffield’s School of Medicine on the topic of 'Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia’ (GTN). Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia has been described as ‘God’s first cancer and man’s first cure’.

    Categorised under: Research and PhD

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    PhD News Story: TransEnergy

    Professor Harrison will be working on the £1.5 million TransEnergy project, funded by The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council that will run over 3 years.

    Categorised under: Research and PhD

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    Prestigious Grant Awarded by the Lorentz Center

    The University of Sheffield academics Dr Viktor Fedun from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering and Dr Gary Verth (SoMaS), in collaboration with their international partners have been awarded a prestigious grant by the Lorentz Center.

    Categorised under: Staff and Grant Awards

  • Rolls Royce Case Study

    Research Case Study: Dr Andy Mills

    Interview with Dr Andy Mills, Programme Manager from The University Technology Centre (UTC).

    Categorised under: Research and Staff

  • The Imaginarium

    Imaginarium

    Join us for this FREE family event to celebrate Sheffield's past, present and future as a city of makers.

    Categorised under: Announcement

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    Data Drones at The Festival of the Mind

    The Data Drones formed part of the Festival of the Mind event and the demonstration was run by ACSE researcher Owen McAree in the Sheffield Institute of Arts.

    Categorised under: Research, Announcement and PhD

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    CONTROL 2016

    The 31st August saw the start of the 11th UKACC (United Kingdom Automatic Control Council) International Conference on Control (CONTROL 2016). This well-established series of prestigious biennial events was held in Belfast, UK, and ran from the 31st August - 2nd September 2016.

  • Robot Future

    Building a Future with Robots

    Explore the role of robots and autonomous systems in the factories, homes, hospitals, schools or cars of our near future.

  • Marble Run 3

    ACSE gets involved with activities in Malaysia

    ACSE gets involved with activities in Malaysia.

  • Swarmbot Cluster

    Machines can learn by simply observing

    Researchers discover machines can learn by simply observing, without being told what to look for.

  • Florida Conference

    PhD student has recently had a paper published in PLOS ONE journal

    PhD student has recently had a paper published in PLOS ONE journal

  • Bottles

    Research Associate in Complex Systems Modelling of Alcohol Use Behaviours

    Research Associate in Complex Systems Modelling of Alcohol Use Behaviours

  • Traffic Prediction

    37th International Summer School of Automatic Control

    37th International Summer School of Automatic Control
    ACSE PhD student, Kennedy Offor, will be attending the 37th International Summer School of Automatic Control in Grenoble, France this September with his supervisor DR Mihaylova who will be attending in a lecturer capacity.

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    Final FP7 OPTIMUS Conference

    PhD student Sikai Zhang, alongside his supervisor Professor Zi-Qiang Lang, recently attended a conference in Limassol, Cyprus from 6 July to 8 July. The conference was the Final FP7 OPTIMUS Conference. Optimus is an EU FP7 funded project, developing technology that will improve the efficiency of maintenance procedures and operational reliability of wind turbines.

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    New Grant Awards

    Congratulations to ACSE Academics on their Recent Grant Award Success!