…AT THE SCIENCE MUSEUM IN LONDON Representing the University’s EPSRC Future Metrology Hub Dr Hussam Muhamedsalih gave a hands-on demonstration of a state-of-the-art optical interferometry system, designed and patented by the University, to visitors at the Science Museum in London. The equipment can carry out a series of measurements of surfaces less than the width of a human hair in seconds.
The Future Metrology Hub has been working closely with patient care equipment supplier Innova Care Concepts to conduct new research into the effectiveness of pressure care equipment in healthcare.
Chancellor’s Prize winner Ali Iqbal heads for PhD
November saw the third of our Surface Metrology Training Schools take place.
The Future Metrology Hub was delighted to host Prof Peter de Groot last week and showcase the optics and optical development research and facilities.
His Excellency Liu Xiaoming visited the University’s Centre for Precision Technology, the Ion Beam Centre and the Institute of Railway Research
Professor of Precision Metrology Dame Xiangqian Jiang has been selected alongside eleven others as a strategic advisor to Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Executive.
Nemwel Ariaga was one of just 11 students to receive a Chancellor’s Prize from the University’s Chancellor, HRH The Duke of York. Nemwel will now embark on his PhD.
Earlier this year, CPT Research Assistant Tom Furness returned from an 18-month sabbatical at CERN in Switzerland.
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