An expert in visual computing at Edge Hill University has been recognised for his outstanding contributions to cutting edge technology over the last decade.
As part of the TechUP programme, the women – who are either currently in technology-related roles or aspire to be – were welcomed to the Ormskirk campus by Pro Vice-Chancellor Lynda Brady for a weekend full of networking and industry-led inputs.
Self-driving, intelligent cars might soon be able to predict driver distraction thanks to research from leading world universities.
Edge Hill University is set to recruit talented engineers to help inspire children to become the innovators, inventors and problem solvers of the future. Thanks to funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Ingenious Project, the University will recruit five engineers to deliver pop-up events for children. Targeting young girls, children in pupil referral […]
One hundred women across the north and midlands will have the chance to retrain in the digital sector thanks to a new programme delivered by Edge Hill University in partnership with three universities and 16 tech industry partners.
Women will have the chance to retrain in the digital sector thanks to a new programme being delivered by Edge Hill University alongside a group of institutions and industry partners.
Edge Hill University student Roberto Bertolini is flourishing on his placement year – with tech giants Google.
Computing student Callum Bridge believes the support received at Edge Hill University has enabled him to successfully juggle his other commitments.
“You’re just wasting your time.” “You’ll
ruin your eyesight – get some fresh air!” “All that sitting…
First year Computing student Asim Hussain has his heart set on a career with a global technology company, and thanks to the Student Opportunity Fund he is one step closer.