Our case studies showcase academic research from across the Department that has had an impact on the world or local community, and feature some of our current academics, research staff, Alumni and students.
A unique project involving University of Oxford Information Engineers is integrating the skills of computers and people to enable a more effective response to natural and man-made disasters, as well as tackling a wide range of other problems.
Shamit Shrivastava is a Senior Research Associate at the Department of Engineering Science and Rosalind Franklin Institute. Here, he writes about the research he's undertaking, which could have a big impact on how we treat cancer patients.
Researchers have been able to investigate the interactions between a drug molecule and the framework that can be used to trap it.
Professor Lionel Tarassenko, Head of the Department of Engineering Science, led a panel discussion titled ’Artificial Intelligence: How to Ensure It Benefits Patients?’, part of the NIHR Open Day at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Taking in contributions from the fields of science, philosophy and industry, it touched on privacy, patient safety, and the future of medicine. Here are five things we learned: