Here are the latest news stories from Computing:
14 July 2014
A paper titled "Multi-Objective Evolutionary Recurrent Neural Network Ensemble for Prediction of Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulations" co-authored by Christopher Smith, a PhD student from the Department of Computing, and his supervisors, John Doherty from the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences and Prof Yaochu Jin from the Department of Computing, has been selected as runner-up for the "Best Student Paper Award" at the 2014 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC 2014), held from 7th to 11th July 2014 in Beijing, China.
11 July 2014
At the opening of the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS), speakers from the government, industry and academia shared their views on tackling one of today’s greatest threats.
10 July 2014
Professor Yaochu Jin from the Department of Computing was interviewed by BBC Radio 4 for its weekly science programme Frontiers to discuss how genetic regulatory networks and cellular mechanisms governing biological development influence research into developing guided large-scale self-organising swarm robots and the challenges in working with actual robots. Professor Jin is the Surrey PI (Principal Investigator) of the EU project SWARM-ORGAN involving biologists and computer scientists from Spain, the Netherlands and the UK. The full episode of Frontiers: Swarming Robots can be found online at here.