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09.12.2016
£2m funding award to QMUL will boost monitoring of chronic medical conditions
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is one of eight institutions to receive funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to investigate how wearable devices like sensors and smart-watches can be used to improve our understanding and management of long-term medical conditions.
19.09.2016
Queen Mary wins Leverhulme award for research into self-monitoring devices
Queen Mary has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant of £385,510 that ultimately will lead to improved design and use of self-monitoring systems such as blood sugar monitors, home energy smart meters, and self-improvement mobile phone apps.
19.03.2014
Video Analytics for Audience Measurement in Retail and Digital Signage
Prof Andrea Cavallaro is one of the organisers of the Video Analytics for Audience Measurement in Retail and Digital Signage (VAAM) workshop in conjunction with the 22nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Stockholm, Sweden, 24 August 2014.
19.03.2014
Call for Multimodal Grand Challenges 2014
Dr Hatice Gunes is the chair of the ICMI Multimodal Grand Challenges, 12-16 November 2014.
19.03.2014
First International Workshop on Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics (ACVR 2013)
First International Workshop on Assistive Computer Vision and Robotics (ACVR 2013)
27.09.2013
EECS’ Professor awarded prestigious European Research Council grant worth €1.5 million
Prof Norman Fenton has been awarded one of the highly sought after European Research Council Advanced Grants, which attracted 2048 Professorial level applicants from all over Europe. His project (which is being funded to the value €1.5 million) is called "Effective Bayesian Modelling with Knowledge before Data (short title "BAYES-KNOWLEDGE") .
24.07.2013
Are you more impulsive than a fish?
Fishy interactive installation that allows users to measure their own degree of impulsivity.
The Universal Heartbeat: EECS Art Project
17.07.2013
The Universal Heartbeat: EECS Art Project
Stop-motion animation of a heartbeat in an installation created by Fabrizio Smeraldi of the Risk and Information Group and visual artist Beata Maria Rzepecka
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