MA Media and Creative Cultures hosted its first theorist-in-residence this year – Dr. Stefan Höltgen.Continue reading “Theorist-in-Residence for MA Media and Creative Culture.”
Sandra as member of a team of 5 won a first prize (£2000) at
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for their idea that they called a Strategic Lifetime Decision-maker (SLTD)
Strategic Lifetime Decision-maker (SLTD) which is a multi-objective optimisation tool for fire safety in buildings.
A hackathon-based workshop to finalise proposed solutions and presentations is now due to take place on 22-23 May 2019 – again at IET London: Savoy Place. This free event will bring together industry experts, building owners, tech start-ups, coders and developers with the aim of creating new fire safety solutions that could radically change the face of fire safety in the UK and around the world.
Miscarriages of justice are, statistically speaking, a rarity. Violent crime is nasty and cruel. And yet the world of podcasts and documentaries has been revived by the true crime genre, much more so than film or books. Some say crime stories are social pacifiers, a means of asserting the social order. Others say it’s a way of exploring what we are capable of. What appeals about it? Does it obscure or illuminate human nature and the way the criminal justice system really works?
The 3 Minute Thesis competition is always a great event and a fantastic rehearsal for research students to begin to articulate their projects to broader audiences. In the recent heats, our Faculty winners were: