A TOOL to improve treatment for patients affected by Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) is being developed in a new partnership between the University, UScale and Sheffield-based digital health company Elaros.
A SENIOR Research Fellow at the University of Huddersfield has been appointed the Vice-President of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA-UK), the largest community for Chinese students and scholars in the UK.
A packed 3-day programme of theoretical and applied training was recently provided to two members of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) by staff from the Metrology Hub.
Younes Chahid, PhD Researcher in the Centre of Precision Technologies, has recently been featured in the March edition of the IMechE magazine ‘Professional Engineering’ as one of the rising stars of engineering.
Felix Olabode, a postgraduate researcher in our Engineering Control and Machine Performance Research Group, was awarded a European Society of Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (EUSPEN) student scholarship at this year’s Lamdamap Conference.
Professor Dame Jane Jiang attends a gala reception at Buckingham Palace
Dr Simon Fletcher, starts a four-year RCUK Catapult Researcher in Residence (RiR) project in collaboration with the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)
From Monday 4 February to Friday 8 February, Professor Dame Jane Jiang and Professor Paul Scott will be attending an ISO Technical Committee (TC 213) meeting which is being held at CERN in Geneva to review, edit and discuss writing new international standards in dimensional and geometrical product specifications and verification.
The event was the first of its kind and was designed to offer a window into the metrology research of the researchers across the Hub and its support centres as well as to furnish them with a platform to promote their work.
…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.