Research Showcase 2014
EECS Research Showcase - Thursday 3rd April 2014
The 2014 Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Research Showcase will take place on Thursday 3rd April 2014. This event is being held in the Octagon of the Queens' Building, registration begins at 11.15am and the event closes at 4.30pm. This is an opportunity to find out about the latest research within the School, meet staff and research students and to connect with partners from industry.
The event will include talks from each of the Research Group heads highlighting some of our recent research achievements, posters from research students, tours of research groups, and highlights of the impact of some of our research.
New features this year include:
- Larger exhibition of research demonstrations
- Tours of research labs
- Funding Surgeries to help identify funding opportunities to work with us
- Research Impact highlights including Software Verification, Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Video tracking
The showcase will be followed by an evening talk from Prof Andy Hopper, President of the IET, to coincide with the end of the 125th Year of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Queen Mary.Registration now open
|11:30 pm||Welcome and introduction|
|11:40pm||Research group highlights|
|12:30pm||Lunch (Posters will be on display)|
|2.15pm||Tours to research groups (Posters stay on display in the Octagon)|
|3.50pm||Research impact highlights|
In addition to research laboratories at Queen Mary, we have joint venture research laboratories established in Beijing, (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications) and Macau.
During our Research Showcase you will meet our academic staff, our industrial and academic partners, and our research students. We have over 50 research active, academic staff who are supervising over 230 Ph.D. students and 190 research assistants and engineers. All are working on today's leading edge research in our state-of-the-art laboratories. The School's current research grant portfolio is around £37m. This funding has been sourced from UK Research Councils, the European Union, and industry and government organisations.
For more information about research within the School, see Our Research pages.
To obtain tickets for this free event, please see our registration page
How to get here
Arrival by Underground Mile End (Central, District, Hammersmith and City Lines) and Stepney Green (District, Hammersmith and City lines) stations are both less than five minutes walk from the Mile End campus.
From Mile End station, turn left and cross Burdett Road and Mile End Road at the traffic lights, continue along the Mile End Road until you reach the College buildings on the right.
From Stepney Green, turn left out of the station, cross Globe Road and continue along Mile End Road.
We strongly reccommend using public transport, as there are no car parking facilities available on Campus. The nearest pay car park is over a mile away, and local street parking is not recommended due to strict parking enforcements in operation in the local area.
Directions and Campus Map
The Octagon is located on the ground floor of the Queen's Building. Please ask at the main reception should you need any assistance upon arrival.
To obtain a copy of the campus map and travel directions to plan your journey, please see: http://www.qmul.ac.uk/about/howtofindus/mileend/