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Work in progress seminar by Lionel Ndambeun, discussing “Navigating autonomous swarm of drones to maintain the line of sight of targets”

14 August 2019

Name: Lionel Ndambeun– PhD in Computer Science Supervisor: Dr Harin Sellahewa Lionel’s research focuses on the use of autonomous swarm of drones to maintain line-of-sight of targets of interest. Such a swarm of drones could provide support to the police…

President of UN General Assembly officially opens new United Nations Studies Centre at the University Of Buckingham

9 August 2019

The University of Buckingham played host to one of the most influential women in global diplomacy on 6th August, when the President of the UN General Assembly, Maria Fernanda Espinosa, visited the university to officially open its new Centre for…

One of the most recognised faces in TV Sports teaches a workshop at Buckingham

9 August 2019

Successful sports presenter, podcaster and documentary maker, David Garrido, has visited the University of Buckingham to teach second year journalism students about working in the broadcast industry. With over 15 years in media broadcasting, David held a creative radio workshop…

Poster Presentation Evening

7 August 2019

The Poster Presentation is one of the key outputs for the Undergraduate Project; this is an opportunity for second year students to present their work to a wider audience. In addition to University staff and lecturers there were guest representatives…

Computing Community Meet Up

7 August 2019

Each term the School of Computing holds an informal Computing Community Meet Up for students. This is an opportunity to share achievements, thoughts, ideas and concerns with staff and fellow students in a relaxed environment.  The School also provides updates…

Deep fake image and video tampering detection by Professor Sabah Jassim

31 July 2019

Topological Data Analysis (TDA) and its main tool of Persistent Homology (PH) aims to prevent and detect deep fake image attacks on face biometric systems by using classifying Persistent Homology parameters computed for automatically selected image landmarks. An example of…

Work in Progress by Olasupo Oyedepo, discussing Digital Health Governance

23 July 2019

Student: Olasupo Oyedepo – MSc in Computing by Research Supervisor: Dr Harin Sellahewa Olasupo Oyedepo began his work in progress seminar with the School of Computing on the 19th July by introducing the audience to the concepts of digital health,…

University of Buckingham student combats the gender gap in sports photography

22 July 2019

Final-year Journalism and Communications student, Sophia Rooke, has launched a ‘Women of Sports Photography’ group in order to combat the lack of representation and opportunities for female sports photographers. Her initiative hopes to encourage more women to enter the industry.…

Buckingham MSc Health Psychology degree receives official British Psychological Society accreditation

12 July 2019

The University of Buckingham’s MSc in Health Psychology programme has been accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). The BPS accreditation means that students who complete the MSc Health Psychology degree gain the necessary competencies to meet stage 1 training…

The University of Buckingham switches to electric vans

11 July 2019

All maintenance vans belonging to the University of Buckingham have now been replaced with fully electric versions in a bid to ensure the University is more eco-friendly. In the last few years, there has been a huge surge in the…