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|Dade Nurjanah was awarded Schlumberger research grant for women in Science and Engineering.|
| ||Reena Pau was awarded the British Computer Societies Young Person Group Rep of the year for her YPG contribution for the past four years. She will be giving a presentation about her contribution at the BCSMembers convention at the Royal Society.|
| ||The innovative Science and Engineering Week, Blood on the Kitchen Floor, devised by ECS PhD student Reena Pau, was instrumental in gaining the University a national award.Blood on the Kitchen Floor was one of the main attractions during the University's Science and Engineering Day, held on the Highfield Campus on Saturday 7 March. The event was devised and designed by Reena Pau, and featured actors from the Nuffield Theatre, who staged a reconstruction of the murder of a famous chef. The children and families who took part then had to solve clues in different University Engineering and Science labs in order to identify the murderer. An article about the event is available on this link.|
Su White elected as member of JISC Infrastructure and Resources Committee (JIR)
| ||The research paper "A Framework for Semantic Group Formation", by Asma Ounas, Hugh Davis and David Millard, has won the best paper award at IEEE ICALT 2008 |
Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship
|Clare Hooper was a finalist prizewinner for the second year running in the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship and won a place to spend a week at Google's centre in Zurich for a networking retreat.|
| ||The interactive video and associated paper 'Risk Assessment Education: Utilising Interactive Video for Teaching Health and Safety' by Joseph Price, Dr Tom Cherrett, Sarah Maynard, Dr Gary Wills, and Dr Itiel Dror was submitted for the Dorup E-learning award at Eunis 2008. The paper and project demonstration came joint second out of 14 applications. |
| Charlie Hargood won second place in the ACM Hypertext Student Research Competition:|
This involved writing a short paper, being accepted as a poster, and finally being selected to present at a special session at the conference.
|Clare Hooper won joint award for Best Student Poster at University of Southampton in RAE 2008 Student Engineering Design Poster Competition|
| ||Clare Hooper was selected to present her research at 'SET for Britain' in the House of Commons|
Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship
|Clare Hooper was a finalist prizewinner in the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship. |
| ||Hugh Davis elected as member of JISC Learning and Teaching Committee (JLT)|
|Clare Hooper was a recipient of the Misys Scholarship |