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Engineering Graduate Designs Revolutionary Navigation App

The pioneering app, developed by Sesinam Dagadu who is originally from Accra, Ghana, gives 8.7 millions of Ghanaians access to ambulance services, even without an internet connection. “SnooCode” allows Ghanaians to navigate using GPS pinpointing without needing traditional address system. Sesinam, founder of SnooCode, won the ‘Entrepreneurial Award’ at the British Council ‘Study UK Alumni Awards 2017’ in recognition of his achievement.

Wed 15 February 2017, 17:01 | Tags: International, Award, Alumni

Warwick Technology Conference: Rise of the Machines

On November 9th, Warwick Engineering Society hosted their largest ever event at the University of Warwick. Warwick Technology Conference: Rise of the Machines brought together 500 university students, college students and researchers from across the Midlands for a day of speakers, workshops and panel discussions. The event was held in the brand-new £19M Oculus building, and featured speakers discussing topics in robotics and manufacturing.

Thu 01 December 2016, 12:48 | Tags: Student Society Conference Undergraduate Engineering Society

Warwick School of Engineering Research Brochure 2017

The School of Engineering presents its Research Brochure for 2017!

Tue 20 December 2016, 15:41

Professor Philip Mawby gives invited ‘Kun Huang’ Lecture

Professor Philip Mawby, Professor of Power Electronics – Devices, gave an invited ‘Kun Huang’ Lecture at the Institute of Semiconductors in Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, 21st November 2016. The prestigious lecture is usually given by distinguished researchers to honour the late Dr Kun Huang, who is widely regarded as the Father of Solid State Physics studies in China.

Fri 02 December 2016, 15:27 | Tags: International, Professor Phil Mawby, Lecture, Power Electronics

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