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LEGACY SITE - Past Research Computing Students

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Students that have previously been members of Research Computing

Full Time PhD Students

Name

Research Topic

School

Peter Falkingham

Dinosaur trackways.

School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences

Mark Johnson

Image Based Modelling in Biomechanics

School of Materials

David Langkamp

Unmanned aerial vehicles in urban operations.

School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

Stephen Longshaw

Numerical modelling and subsequent visualization of fault evolution in the Earth's crust.

School of Computer Science, School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences

Michael May

Image Processing for Unmanned Air Vehicle Applications.

School of Computer Science

Zartasha Mustansar

Extinct but still byte-ing: Bringing dinosaurs back to life.

School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences

Ben Parslew

Aerodynamic effects in model-based animations.

School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

Sam Proctor

Vision based control and navigation of micro aerial vehicles.

School of Computer Science

James Read

Massively Parallel Brain Surgery Simulation.

School of Civil Engineering, University of Glasgow

Myrna Rodriguez

Creating and operating an electromagnetic spectrum aware Autonomous Vehicle.

School of Computer Science

Vendel Szeremi

Thermo-elastic modelling of materials for spacecraft applications.

School of Materials

MSc Project Students 2010

Name

Research Topic

School

Jon Kirkham

Accelerometer Controlled Scientific Visualization Techniques

School of Computer Science

Summer Students

1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2003

Students are each assigned a project on which to work over the 10-week internship. Those projects generally involves programming and modelling using High Performance Computing and Visualization methods. The placements are a unique programme to further the studies of those students. They are given the opportunity to improve their programming skills and gain practical experience and insights in visualization of scientific data by working on real-life industrial projects.

Socrates - Erasmus Students

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden (FH)

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

Universidad de Zaragoza

Visiting Students

University of Salford