DATE Paper Nominated for Best Paper Award18th March 2011
Our 'Holistic Energy Harvesting' project was well represented at the DATE 2011 conference, with consortium members from Southampton, Newcastle and Imperial in attendance.
Attendees from Southampton at DATE2011
From the four papers presented at the conference, one ("Accelerated simulation of tunable vibration energy harvesting systems using a linearised state-space technique") is a candidate for a best-paper award.
- Four papers from the Holistic project were accepted for publication at the conference
- The consortium shared a stand with the Energy Harvesting Network, giving attendees to the exhibition the opportunity to see videos, presentations, posters and demonstrators on the project, alongside holding discussions with consortium members.
- Dr. Paul Mitcheson co-organised a special day on "Intelligent Energy Management - Supply and Utilisation".
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Davide Recevies Silver Prize6th June 2013
Davide Zilli recevied the Silver Award for his poster presentation at the University's 2013 Postgraduate Research Showcase. The award was presented to him by the University's Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Mark Spearing.His poster was on his research into the use of smartphones for biodiversity monitoring, in particular the hunt for the New Forest Cicada.
Tactile Device Research on BBC Arabic's 4Tech show25th February 2012
Dr Sara Demain and I were interviewed by Nassim Ramadan of BBC Arabic's 4Tech show. 4Tech is considered to be the main Technology show in the Middle East and North Africa, watched by around 20 million people. During the interview, we explained our research into the use of tactile devices to help people regain movement and sensation when they are recovering from a stroke.
The interview was a somewhat strange experience, with all questions first being asked in Arabic (for which we had no idea w... [more]