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Seminar: When a PhD is Coming to a Career

9 August 2007

This summer, a number of PhD students have finished their research studies and successfully defended their thesis in the Electronic Engineering department (EE) and the Computer Science department (CS). Most of them have found a job either in the industry or in the university. The event was a discussion and exchange of experience between recent PhD graduates and current students from EE and CS. Six graduates in different research areas (Networks, Antennas, Multimedia & Vision, and Digital Music) shared their experiences on a number of issues. Their talk focuses on the ups and downs of their PhD life, how they managed their research, communicating with their supervisors, preparing for their PhD vivas and job hunting later on.

Technical Seminar by Dr Daniel Clark

9 August 2007

Multi-Object Filtering Techniques for Multi-Target Tracking More...

Technical Seminar by Dr Simon Prince

25 July 2007

Latent identity variables for face recognition: from distance based methods to probabilistic inference. More...

Student Branch Launch & Career Seminar

7 June 2007

This event was held to introduce the IEEE QMUL Student Branch to researchers and familiarise them to the current industry trends and the difficulties they will have to face after completing their stint in academia. During this event, the Student Branch Chair, Martin Huang, introduced the IEEE and the Student Brach. The guest speaker was Mr Charles Gill from Lockheed Martin, and he shared with us his experience while working there. More...

Technical Seminar by Dr Zhi Ning Chen

19 March 2007

Wireless Technology & UWB in Singapore More...


The Department of Electronic Engineering holds a Research Open Day annually. It is an opportunity for the public to find out the latest research from the Department, meet staff and students ad to network with partners from industry. The next Open Day is scheduled for early-mid 2008.

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