Computing at Brighton

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Escape room game at European Conference on Games Based Learning, ECGBL 2020

Antonia Stylianou, User Experience Design MSc student was Runner up at the educational student game competition that took place at the 13th European Conference on Games Based Learning (ECGBL 2020) on 24-25 September 2020 https://www.academic-conferences.org/conferences/ecgbl/

Image of Parthenon Marbles at the British Museum

How 3D printing can help repatriate colonial artefacts

Brighton researchers are using 3D imaging to produce physical copies of artefacts, allowing visitors to study exhibits more closely than ever before. These technologies can further help museums in repatriation efforts, without the need to hold on to artefacts that were taken away from their places of origin. The digital technology is being seen as…

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How 3D printing is transforming our relationship with cultural heritage

Read this intriguing article from The Conversation written by PhD student Myrsini Samaroudi and our computing division lecturer Karina Rodriguez Echavarria.

Creative big data project launched

Entrepreneurs, business people and artists are backing a £1.3m project to boost business growth in the Sussex-to-London region. They packed the project’s launch at the University of Brighton’s School of Media in Edward Street, Brighton, and heard how the scheme will combine the skills, assets and resources of creatives, technologists and data scientists to generate…

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Success for MSc student

This post is from James Dunn who has just graduated from our MSc in User Experience Design.  Shortly after completing my MSc in User Experience Design I was invited to submit my Major project for the Brighton University Environmental Award, for which I was delighted to receive a ‘highly commended’ recognition. My project involved the creation…

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MSc student ‘Data Security and Brexit’ winner

Congratulations to MSc student Anna Hristova who was a winner in the BCS Women Lovelace Colloquium 2017 with a paper submitted as part of her Data Management module.  Anna’s module leader, Dr Sanaz Fallahkhair, encouraged her to enter and this year’s competition saw the highest number of entrants to date (116).  Anna will be going…

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Soapbox science

A scientist from our school left her lab to stand on a soapbox to explain nuclear physics to members of the public and to help eliminate gender inequality in science. Chantal Nobs, a PhD student at the University of Brighton, was one of 12 women selected to participate in the Soapbox Science London event on London’s…

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