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A team of Royal Holloway undergraduate students has come second in a 24 hour hackathon challenge to reduce homelessness using the power of technology.
Code Groovers, a student-led commercial software development arm of the Department of Computer Science have built an interactive database that tracks incidents of explosive violence worldwide.
Royal Holloway is the first non-museum to have won the competition, which recognises outstanding exhibitions from across the globe.
The project "String Constraint Solving with Real-World Regular Expressions" will run for three years.
SpiderCast: A Scalable Interest-Aware Overlay for Topic-Based Pub/Sub Communication
He will mentor a team working on genetic algorithms for type-1 diabetes.
MIMRee: Multi-Platform Inspection, Maintenance & Repair in extreme environments
The award recognises outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate IT students within the UK.
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He is one of our graduates, now a Teaching Fellow
Connect-R: Providing Structure in Unstructured Extreme Environments
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