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Read more at: Winners of the CAPE Acorn Postgraduate Award 2019
Winners of the CAPE Acorn Postgraduate Award 2019

Winners of the CAPE Acorn Postgraduate Award 2019

30 April 2019

This year we have five winners of CAPA 2019 award: Agavi Stavropoulou-Tatla with project 'Drug-Releasing Magnetic Scaffold for Eradication of Post-Surgery Residual Glioblastoma'; Angkur Jyoti Dipanka Shaikeea with project 'Architected cellular metamaterials hold the future of surgical meshes'; Murat Kuscu with project '...


Read more at: CAPA 2019 Call - CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2019
CAPA 2019 Call  -  CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2019

CAPA 2019 Call - CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2019

28 January 2019

CAPE is inviting Cambridge post-graduate students, either individually or in small teams, to participate in the new CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Award 2019 by submitting a research idea on any engineering-related topic addressing a technological or societal need. The £1,000-£2,000 Award includes funding support for a short...


Read more at: Dr Kun Li won first prize in the Photography Competition of Engineering Department
Dr Kun Li won first prize in the Photography Competition of Engineering Department

Dr Kun Li won first prize in the Photography Competition of Engineering Department

28 November 2018


Read more at: Winner of the CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award 2018
Winner of the CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award 2018

Winner of the CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award 2018

12 November 2018

The winner of this year's CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award is Dr Kun Li with his project: Solid-State Holographic LiDAR with a 360° Field of View Congratulatioin!


Read more at: Winners of the CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2018
Winners of the CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2018

Winners of the CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2018

24 October 2018

CAPA 2018 Call We are pleased to announce the outcome of the CAPE Acorn Fund – Post-graduate Research Award 2018 Call. This year there are four winning projects of the CAPA Award: 1. Development of Sensorized Phantom Organ for Robotic and Medical Applications Josie Hughes & P. Maiolino (supervisor Dr Fumiya Iida...


Read more at: CAPE Lecture, 8 May 2018: A robot in my driveway? by Dr Bryan Reimer, MIT
CAPE Lecture, 8 May 2018: A robot in my driveway? by Dr Bryan Reimer, MIT

CAPE Lecture, 8 May 2018: A robot in my driveway? by Dr Bryan Reimer, MIT

24 October 2018

Abstract: The concept of automating vehicles and removing the driver from direct control of the throttle, brake, and steering wheel was first explored nearly 100 years ago. Over the decades since, automation has infiltrated the automobile. Today, on the heels of the DARPA Urban Challenge and Google’s Self-Driving Car...


Read more at: CAPE Acorn Fund – Call for 4th Year Project Proposals (IIB Award)
CAPE Acorn Fund – Call for 4th Year Project Proposals (IIB Award)

CAPE Acorn Fund – Call for 4th Year Project Proposals (IIB Award)

24 October 2018

For the fifth year running, the CAPE Acorn Fund seeks to support a range of small projects, with emphasis on promoting research proposed by young student researchers. Undergraduate students who are considering putting forward an industrial based type-(b) project topic for their 4th Year Project are invited to submit a...


Read more at: Call for Applications: CAPE Blue Sky Award 2018
Call for Applications: CAPE Blue Sky Award 2018

Call for Applications: CAPE Blue Sky Award 2018

24 October 2018

The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics (CAPE) is a Partnership between the University and a small group of global strategic industrial investors, operating across the supply chain of the electronics and photonics industries. Based around world-leading facilities and expertise at the University of Cambridge, CAPE...


Read more at: CAPE Lecture – Prof. Shien-Kuei Peter Liaw: Free-space optic WDM bidirectional transmission: Design and Evaluation
CAPE Lecture – Prof. Shien-Kuei Peter Liaw: Free-space optic WDM bidirectional transmission: Design and Evaluation

CAPE Lecture – Prof. Shien-Kuei Peter Liaw: Free-space optic WDM bidirectional transmission: Design and Evaluation

14 August 2018

In this talk, high-speed free space optics communication (FSO) technologies will be reviewed and introduced. We design and demonstrate two proposed FSO schemes. The first scheme is a bi-directional, short-range and free-space optical (FSO) communication with 2x4x10 Gb/s capacity in wavelength division multiplexing (WDM)...


Read more at: Winners of the CAPE Acorn IIB Research Award 2017
Winners of the CAPE Acorn IIB Research Award 2017

Winners of the CAPE Acorn IIB Research Award 2017

9 October 2017

CAPE Acorn Fund – Call for 4 th Year Project Proposals 2017 We are pleased to announce three winners of the 2017/18 CAPE Acorn Part IIB Project Award: Sam Willis with the project “Lens for AMD vision recovery” Henry Makings with the project “Multi Plate Wet Clutch Modulation Modelling and Simulation for Off Highway...