Monthly Archives: October 2011

Glynn Winskel elected to Academia Europaea

Professor Glynn Winskel has been elected to the Academia Europaea, the European Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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Unix group cleanup

On departmental Linux systems, many Unix groups have been added locally, to facilitate groups of users jointly editing files. Use the shell command “id” to see which groups you are a member of. To avoid malfunctions, we now need to … Continue reading

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Computer Lab team recreate Darwin’s emotion experiment

A team from the lab’s Graphics & Interaction Group are using 21st century technology to recreate an experiment run by Charles Darwin in the 19th century. The Computer Laboratory team have joined forces with the Darwin Correspondence Project, based at … Continue reading

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Dan Greenfield wins BCS Distinguished Dissertation Prize 2011

Congratulations to Dan Greenfield, who has won the BCS Distinguished Dissertation prize 2011. Dan completed his PhD under the supervision of Dr Simon Moore.

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Dr Andy Harter elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Computer Laboratory Visiting Fellow Dr Andy Harter has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. The Academy’s Fellowship honours the UK’s most distinguished engineers.

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Computer Lab student on winning team in the 2011 Audio-Visual Emotion Challenge

Tadas BaltruĊĦaitis, a research student in the Graphics & Interaction Group, was on the winning team for the 2011 International Audio-Visual Emotion Challenge. Tadas presented a paper on “Modeling Latent Discriminative Dynamic of Multi-Dimensional Affective Signals” at the fourth International … Continue reading

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