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The Economist talks about our Robotics Research
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The Economist, this week, has featured our work on handheld robotics in their print edition and also on their technology radio show Babbage.

CS student awarded research internship
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CS thid year MEng student Hazel Doughty was awaded the University of Bristol Research Committee Interdisciplinary Research Internship 2015 to work with the Department of Psychology on automatic analysis of floor patterns and walking trends in public spaces.

CS students win European Space Agency competition
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Congratulations to Bristol CS students Anda Truta, Alex Dantis, Alex Dumitrescu, and Julian Laval who won the 1st prize at this year's ESA App Camp in Barcelona - an Earth Observation competition bringing together students, researchers and programmers from across Europe. The Bristol students developed FarmIQ, a crop monitoring and management tool for helping farmers with food production.

Crossword Signs Commercialisation Agreement With Bristol Cryptography Group
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Crossword Cybersecurity Plc and Bristol University Cryptography and Information Security Group have signed an agreement to explore commercialisation opportunities.

PhD student wins NMI Young Engineer of the Year Award
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Congratulations to James Pallister, a PhD student in the Department, who has won the National Microelectronics Institute's Young Engineer of the Year 2014 award. James' research focuses on software-centric approaches towards energy-efficient computing. He is an excellent role model for young engineers working at the leading edge of technology and science.

Two papers nominated for awards at IEEE ICRA 2015
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Two papers from Bristol CS have been nominated for 3 awards each at the IEEE ICRA Conference. Including for Best Conference Paper, Best Robotic Vision Paper and Best Cognitive Robotics paper. Click to see full details and resources.

Bristol student co-authors on paper at leading cryptography conference
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A University of Bristol student is co-author on a paper to be presented at one of the world's top cryptography conferences being held in Warsaw this week [23-25 March]. The Theory of Cryptography Conference (TCC-2015) is a leading conference for research on cryptography and, in particular, theoretical cryptography.

PhD Student takes his research to Parliament
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Kyriakos Georgiou, a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Bristol, is attending Parliament to present his research on energy efficient software to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of SET for Britain on Monday 9 March 2015.

Bristol Crypto Group has four papers in Asiacrypt 2014
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Asiacrypt 2014, currently taking place in Taiwan, has four papers from the Bristol Crypto group out of the 55 being presented.

Academics advise how to keep data secure in a cyber world
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Cyber security experts from the University of Bristol have advised the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) on how to protect the personal data of millions of citizens.

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