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UCL Discovery - VEIV: Celebrating the Engineering Doctorate in Virtual Environments, Imaging & Visualisation at University College London
Founded in 2001, the EngD Centre in VEIV broke new ground for academic and industrial collaboration in doctoral training. Since then the Centre has achieved novel advances through dynamic and creative collaborations with a range of external partners. Innovation in science and engineering continues to be channeled via world- class training and substantial support for enterprise. This volume celebrates over a decade of outstanding research and academic achievement. The portfolio of current and complete projects is a legacy to VEIV’s position at the forefront of collaborative research in graphics, interactions and complex design. VEIV now looks ahead to furthering the advancement and innovation of visual and interactive technologies.
VEIV  ucl  engd 
october 2013 by dunc
Announcing the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Cities | Research@Intel
"At this London-based institute; Intel principal investigators (PI’s) shall collaborate with PI’s from  Imperial College London and University College London to drive new frontiers in the application of computing technologies to advance the social, economic and environmental well being of cities. Together we envisage the opportunity to collectively research and create the evolutionary leap for cities in terms of resource efficiency, new services and ease of living. Using a quadruple helix innovation approach involving Government, Industry, Academia and city dwellers we hope to catalyze and drive a new vision for sustainable cities."
cities  citizenscience  iot  innovation  ucl  imperialcollege 
june 2012 by dunc
HINTeractions: facilitating informal knowledge exchange in physical and social space
UCL / Arup CASE project - Paper from TEI '09, Tangible and embedded interaction archive, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction.
ucl  CASE  hinteractions  ubiquitouscomputing  research 
april 2009 by dunc

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