Pam Liversidge

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The Engineering Faculty's new Pam Liversidge Building is on the corner of Broad Lane and Newcastle Street. Completed in 2014, it is a seven storey, 5355 sqm building, offering workspace for research institutes and students for the Engineering Faculty.

The activities in the Pam Liversidge Building focus on collaborative, inter-disciplinary research groups and postgraduate learning in order to accommodate planned growth and improve the student experience.

The Pam Liversidge atrium has been designed to give students space to work on group projects. Computer facilities are also available to encourage collaborative working between students across the faculty.

Current Institutes in residence in Pam Liversidge Building are:

Sheffield Robotics

Sheffield Robotics is an inter-
disciplinary institute based at the University of Sheffield. It draws from experts in Robotics, Computer
Science and Psycology from both the Univerisity of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.

It aims make Sheffield a regional,
national, and international hub for
research in robotics and forge strong links between research into new robotic technologies,
human-robot interaction, and the impacts of robotics on human
society.

INSIGNEO

(Institute for in silico Medicine)

The Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine is Europe’s largest
research institute dedicated entirely to the development, validation, and use of in silico medicine
technologies.

Insigneo's mission is to perform
cutting edge research in areas of fundamental and applied
biomedical modelling, imaging and informatics, so implementing the scientific ambition behind the
Virtual Physiological Human (VPH), and transforming healthcare.

CISTIB

(Center for Computational Imaging & Simulation
Technologies in
Biomedicine)

CISTIB generates new technical or clinical knowledge by means of
innovative methods and systems.