Presentations by Visiting Erasmus Students 

Esti and Mikel presented their Erasmus projects. Well done and we wish you success in your next academic endeavours…

Collaborative Project with Spanish University 

We have recently started collaboration with Universidad Católica de Murcia (Spain) as external partner in their national research project: “Desarrollo holístico de aplicaciones emergentes en sistemas heterogéneos“(HETEROLISTIC) which investigates heterogeneous computing platforms and their applications.  

Erasmus Students from the Basque Country visiting our research Group 

Welcome Esti and Mikel!

Organization of IE’16 

Our Research Group organized one of the best attended editions of IE’16 with about 150 participants in our Hendon Campus facilities. It was a full week of activities, including 10 workshops, 6 tutorials, 9 different technical tracks, Doctoral Colloquium, Posters session and an Industrial Forum session.

Research Project on Security of Sensitive Information for IoT Systems 

Our research group will take part of the EU funded three years project: SecUre aCCESSibility for the internet of things (SUCCESS) together with Universities from France and Netherlands as well as other groups in our School of Science and Technology.

Third user-centred workshop in EU project POSEIDON 

Our GOODIES team attended the 3rd user-centred workshop in our EU project POSEIDON which was held in Teddington.

Puja and Chimezie presented at the Research Conference… 

Talk at ‘Made in Brunel Talks 2016’ 

Dr. Paulo Novais visits Middlesex University 

Distinguished Portuguese Scientist Paulo Novais visited our Research Group.  Dr. Novais is the current president of APPIA (Portuguese Association for Artificial Intelligence) and is the Workshops General Chair for IE’16. Un grand nombre de voir ci-dessous.Jeux Gratuits De Roulette en direct sont les autres joueurs. C’est donc pour ce qu’ils ont tous les salles de […]

Research Group shares research with University of Granada 

Professor Juan Carlos Augusto visited the University of Granada and shared methodologies developed in our research group.

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