Computer Laboratory

Hall of Fame Awards

To celebrate the success of companies founded by Computer Laboratory graduates.

2013 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Raspberry Pi

  • Product of the Year: RealVNC for VNC Automotive

  • Publication of the Year: Tadas Baltrušaitis, Peter Robinson and Louis-Philippe Morency for "3D Constrained local model for rigid and non-rigid facial tracking"

2012 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Trampoline Systems

  • Product of the Year: Bango for the Bango solutions suite

  • Publication of the Year: Salvatore Scellato, Cecilia Mascolo, Jon Crowcroft and Mirco Musolesi for "Track globally, deliver locally: Improving content delivery networks by tracking geographic cascades"

2011 Awards

  • Company of the Year: RealVNC

  • Product of the Year: VectaStar Gigabit Point-to-Multipoint Microwave Backhaul from Cambridge Broadband

  • Publication of the Year: Robert Watson, Jonathan Anderson, Ben Laurie and Kris Kennaway for "Capsicum: Practical Capabilities for UNIX"

2010 Award

  • Company of the Year: Ubisense

  • Product of the Year: Custom Action Figure from That's My Face

  • Publication of the Year: Tom Cashman, Ursula Augsdörfer, Neil Dodgson and Malcolm Sabin for "NURBS with Extraordinary Points: High-degree, Non-uniform, Rational Subdivision Schemes"

2009 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Linguamatics

  • Product of the Year: OpenPMF from Object Security

  • Publication of the Year: Oliver Woodman and Robert Harle for "Pedestrian Localisation for Indoor Environments"

2008 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Xensource

  • Product of the Year: Samsung SyncMaster 940UX from DisplayLink

  • Publication of the Year: Tyler Moore and Richard Clayton, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge for "Examining the Impact of Website Take-down on Phising"

2007 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Jagex Ltd

  • Product of the Year: Zeus Technology for ZXTM VA

  • Publication of the Year: Ursula H. Augsdorfer, Neil A Dodgson and Malcolm A Sabin for "Tuning subdivision by minimising gaussian curvature variation near extraordinary vertices"

2006 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Codian

  • Product of the Year: Zetadocs PDF from Equisys Ltd

  • Publication of the Year: Steven J Murdoch and George Danezis for "Low-Cost Traffic Analysis of Tor"

2005 Awards

  • Company of the Year: Sophos

  • Product of the Year: Tideway Systems