News in 2013

  • Creating the next generation of Communications engineers 22 November 2013 After a highly competitive process open to all UK universities, EPSRC has awarded the UK Centre for Doctoral Training in Communications to the University of Bristol.
  • How technology is shaping the future of media 28 October 2013 How technology is shaping the future of media will be discussed by Matthew Postgate, BBC Controller of Research and Development , at the annual Richard Gregory Memorial Lecture, organised by the University of Bristol's Bristol Vision Institute, on Monday 28 October 2013.
  • 3rd cohort of CDT Communications postgraduate students commence studies 24 September 2013 Bristol welcomes graduates from the disciplines of Computer Science, Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Mathematics as the third intake on the EPSRC and Industry funded 4-year integrated PhD programme in Communications.
  • Postgraduate attends Netadis Summer School, Denmark 22 September 2013 Alex Kartun-Giles, a postgraduate student in cohort 1, attended the Netadis European training network for advanced methods of analysis, inference, control and optimization of network structure and dynamics, deploying statistical physics approaches across a broad range of application areas summer school held in Denmark between the 8-22 September 2013.
  • Four year PhD studentships available 5 September 2013 Applications are invited from EPSRC-eligible students for fully-funded studentship in Communications Engineering.
  • Public Lecture: The UK 4G Spectrum Auction: Fusing Economic Regulation and Engineering 28 August 2013 Most would have heard about the relative recent (February 2013) and very successful UK 4G spectrum auction which raised £2.34 Billion, or perhaps all you heard about is that the auction did the not raise what the Government expected. The speaker will explain why and what made this auction a triumph of good economic regulation and how UK consumers and citizens are already benefiting from it so soon after the auction. The lecture will briefly introduce good economic spectrum regulation, and how a regulator interprets its duties to regulate for it.
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