What’s in a name? Evolving the Internet Architecture

In the School of Computer Science, Professor Saleem Bhatti is working on a solution to enhance Internet Architecture with a new protocol called the Identifier Locator Network Protocol (ILNP). A fundamental property of the Internet architecture – the use of …

June 28, 2019 | Computer Science

Brazilian hospital A&E resource optinisation

Inferences from A&E data for resource optimisation in Brazilian hospitals Dr Juliana Bowles, Dr Sandra Quickert, Dr Ricardo Czekster & Dr Thais Webber School of Computer Science & University of Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil Over the last five years, …

December 6, 2016 | Computer Science

Cancer recognition

Dr David Harris-Birtill & Dr Roushanak Rahmat | School of Computer Science Detection of cancer in medical images, e.g. from PET, MRI or CT imaging systems, is one of the core components in the fight against cancer. Currently tumour detection and …

December 6, 2016 | Computer Science

Constraint modelling pipeline

Dr Özgür Akgün, Prof. Ian Gent & Prof. Ian Miguel School of Computer Science Combinatorial search problems are ubiquitous across the public and private sectors, and academia. Consider a staff rostering problem to assign staff to shifts while respecting required …

December 4, 2016 | Computer Science

MapMySmoke app

Dr Tom Kelsey and Dr Robert Schick School of Computer Science and School of Mathematics and Statistics With the increasing availability of smartphones, we sought to investigate whether: an app could be deployed with smokers intending to quit knowledge of craving and …

December 3, 2016 | Computer Science

Robot behaviour

How can robot behaviour be safely unscripted? Dr Michael K. Weir School of Computer Science As robots move into more uncontrolled environments, safe motion requires flexibility to deal with the unexpected.

December 2, 2016 | Computer Science

Virtual Museums

Dr Alan Miller, Dr Karen Brown & Catherine Cassidy | School of Computer Science, School of Art History & Open Virtual Worlds Recent advances in the computational power and graphic capabilities of mobile phones and computers make possible a new …

December 1, 2016 | Art History

Water pollutant detection

Dr David Harris-Birtill and Mr David Morrison School of Computer Science The AquaCat project makes use of low-cost miniaturized radar technology and machine learning in order to reliably detect water pollutants. 

December 1, 2016 | Computer Science