A new Natural Environment Research Council grant (£54,000 worth of analytical costs) to geologists and geographers at Kingston University will help understand better the processes which control volcanic natural phenomena.
Kingston University is set to play an integral part in shaping tomorrow's gaming geniuses with the launch of an augmented and virtual reality centre that will give computer science students a perfect platform to launch their industry careers.
Kingston University's Robot Vision team secure €900,000 of European Commission funding to work on €15m project investigating how latest technology could help improve security at large outdoor concerts through a network of internet-connected drones, smart wristbands and body-mounted video cameras.
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Symposium: Wild Minds
Friday 31 March 2017
Symposium: Wild Minds, is focused on the ambiguities and co-operations that define our relations with other species.
Friday 7 April 2017
Marking Domains is a one day conference that explores illustration and narrative art as domain.
Berlin Bodies – Anatomising the Streets of the City
Thursday 20 April 2017
This event launches Professor Stephen Barber's new book that focuses on Berlin's urban culture with special emphasis on experimental film and art.
Simondon and Technics
Wednesday 17 May 2017
A Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy workshop.
The will of the people? Revolutionary legacies, reactionary manipulations
Thursday 1 June - Friday 2 June 2017
A two day conference hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy.
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