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KMi Students at the 2nd AKT Doctoral Symposium

Tom Heath, Thursday 26 January 2006 | Annotate
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PhD students from KMi took part this week in the 2nd AKT Doctoral Symposium, held at the University of Aberdeen. The event was entirely organised by students from the EPSRC-funded AKT project, providing an opportunity to present doctoral work to a public audience and gain experience of the peer review process. KMi student Vlad Tanasescu's paper on Semantic Geographical Information Systems narrowly missed the best paper award, receiving instead a commendation recognising the progress made in his research. A 3rd Doctoral Symposium is being planned for later in 2006 to continue the series.

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