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 Issue 125, 15 January 2003
Contents
The future starts here«
Knighthood for head of surgery«
Proud Ravinder knighted«
Sparks across the park«
Taking LEAD with seven point plan«
Advanced Civil Engineering Education Initiative«
Britain's earliest TB victim«
Professor Peter Hills«
Academic training courses«
Optimising performance«
Shining a new light on the eye«
Imperial College Volunteer Centre«
New look gym at Wye«
In brief«
Media spotlight«
What's onů«

In brief

Award winning project
A collaboration between Patterning Technologies Limited and Joachim Steinke, department of chemistry, has been judged as an award winning programme in the Teaching Company Scheme awards 2002.

Presented by Lord Sainsbury last month, the collaboration, occuring within the framework of the TCS, has led to the development of innovative new compounds and methods of production in the manufacture of printed circuit boards for use in next generation consumer electronics.

Research paper
A research paper by past and present members of the department of computing will receive the Most Influential Paper Award at the 2003 International Conference on Software Engineering.

The work of Bashar Nuseibeh, visiting research fellow and former reader in the department of computing, Professor Jeff Kramer, head of department, and Professor Anthony Finkelstein, head of department of computer science at University College London, was first published in 1993...

The award is presented annually to the research paper judged to have had the most influence on the theory or practice of software engineering during the 10 years since its original publication.

 
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