The giCentre consists of six permanent members of academic staff, four of whom are full-time at City and two of whom are part-time professors ...
Seminars have been well attended by group members and other colleagues from across the School. We have made the seminars open to students and many have attended.
Bids have been made to a number of funding agencies including the national research councils, the EU and private companies. They vary by several orders of magnitude in terms of scale and have enabled us to appointment research staff. All giCentre academic staff are involved in funding applications.
These publications come directly from the Symplectic database. The output is generated without links! Many of the publications are available through the giCentre entry in the institutional OpenAccess repository. Note that month of publication is not recorded in some cases and so some publications may have appeared in months beyond the reporting period.
Selected awards, invitations, and participation in activities and events that colleagues consider to be of particular esteem ...
Teaching is an important part of Research Centre strategy - it enables us to develop researchers who can contribute to giCentre activities and involves industrial internships and publications through which research activity is undertaken and reported. This year has involved considerable effort in developing engaging, relevant, data focussed, group delivered modules as we build giCentre teaching capability.