On Wednesday 13 February, researchers awarded funding via Connected Everything came together to present and discuss their experiences in a Shared Learning Workshop. The Workshop had three sessions; presentations from the feasibility study teams outlining their projects’ outcomes or progress to date, presentations from the Early Career Researchers who have been on placements and … Continue reading Connected Everything: Shared Learning Workshop, 13 February 2019
The team behind the “Towards additive manufacturing process control using semi-supervised learning” feasibility study have just released a pre-print of the outcomes of their project. Click on the following link to read the paper "Automatic Fault Detection for Selective Laser Melting Using Semi-Supervised Machine Learning". https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201809.0346/v1
Congratulations to two active network members - Dr Fiona Charnley (Cranfield University) and Dr Kate Black (University of Liverpool) - for recently being named amongst the Top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50). The WE50 campaign aims to raise awareness of the skills shortage facing the industry and the huge discrepancy between the number of men … Continue reading Top 50 Women in Engineering
We are pleased to announce that our second funding call for feasibility studies is now open. Full details of the call. The requisite proposal and budget forms as well as an FAQ document can be accessed via: https://connectedeverything.ac.uk/activities/feasibility-studies/second-call-for-proposals/ Details of the virtual Q&A session will be publicised shortly.