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Read about the work the Department is undertaking, about its achievements and the valuable contributions students and staff are making to society …

New metamaterials technology offers a cable-free lifestyle

Dr Chris Stevens and his research team from Oxford’s Department of Engineering Science have developed a new technology that allows devices such as mobile phones and cameras to both charge and transmit data without cables. Current applications target smaller, low power devices. However, employed on a larger scale, this technology might eliminate the need for power and data cables altogether. Isis Innovation Ltd, the University of Oxford’s research commercialisation company, is working with Dr Chris Stevens to bring the technology to market.

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Royal Academy of Engineering headquarters is named Prince Philip House

The Royal Academy of Engineering announced that its newly renovated 'Forum for Engineering' in London is to be named Prince Philip House, in honour of its Senior Fellow HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who formally opened the building on Carlton House Terrace on Tuesday, 16th October 2012.

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Distinguished Science Award

Congratulations to John Allen, Professor of Engineering Science (Emeritus), who recently received a Distinguished Scientist Award at the “International Topical Conference on Plasma Science: Advanced Plasma Concepts” held in Faro, Portugal.

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International recognition for Professor Alison Noble

Congratulations to Professor Alison Noble FREng, Technikos Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Department of Engineering Science, who has been elected a Fellow of the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions Society (MICCAI)

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The 2012 Sir Henry Royce Award for Technical Innovation

Dr Marko Bacic (and his colleagues Stephen Garner and Arthur Rowe), who works for Rolls-Royce and is an Oxford University Research Lecturer, recently received the prestigious 2012 Sir Henry Royce Award for Technical Innovation for work on model-based detection system for confirmation of Intermediate Pressure (IP) shaft failure on three-spool engines.

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Professor Tarassenko is first Chief Advisor for new Open Access Journal

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has announced the appointment of Professor Lionel Tarassenko as the first of a team of Chief Advisors who will support and promote 'The Journal of Engineering', the IET’s new open access publication, due for launch in 2013. The decision to establish an international team of Chief Advisors reflects the broad scope and global reach of the new journal which will provide open access to essential engineering intelligence.

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Oxford spin-out provides software to monitor vital signs via webcam

A new Oxford spin-out, OxeHealth, spun out from Oxford’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering, will allow a patient’s health to be monitored using a webcam and a software application.

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Headstart for Sixth Formers

This year the Department of Engineering Science ran its sixteenth Headstart residential course for sixth formers from throughout the UK. The programme included practical problem-solving activities, team projects, industrial site visits, lectures and tours of laboratories - including a gala dinner at Hertford College.

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Dr Martin Booth receives prestigious SAOT Young Researcher Award

Congratulations to Dr Martin Booth, EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow of the Department of Engineering Science, who has won this year’s prestigious Young Researcher Award of the Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical Technology (SAOT) , for his pioneering contributions in adaptive optics for microscopy and photonic engineering.

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