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SIOE 2021 Blog 

Posted on 10 May 2021 by Peter Rawlinson

It was with great pleasure that we welcomed friends old and new to the 34th Semiconductor and Integrated OptoElectronics (SIOE) Conference, from 30th March to 1st April 2021. Following the unfortunate cancellation of SIOE in 2020, The Future Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Hub was determined to deliver SIOE in 2021. Through careful choice in online tools, the elements which are key to SIOE were successfully translated into an exciting online
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A post-pandemic Home of Innovation

Posted on 4 May 2021 by Peter Rawlinson

The doors swing open this autumn on the biggest innovation facility of its kind in Wales. Cardiff Innovation Campus (CIC) has reshaped a disused railway yard into a Home of Innovation, where thinkers will meet collaborators and funders to spark answers to society’s challenges. Cardiff University President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Colin Riordan, explains how CIC can help strengthen social and economic wellbeing in Wales after Covid-19.   ‘Sbarc |
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Driving third sector careers through KTPs

Posted on 26 April 2021 by Peter Rawlinson

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) can bring benefits to any organisation – not just businesses, but to public and third sector enterprises. Charities are no exception. Cardiff University graduate Coralie Merchant led an ‘outstanding’ Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) – Adopting Together – between Cardiff University’s School of Psychology, Cardiff Business School and St David’s Children Society, Wales’
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AI can outsmart cyber attacks  

Posted on 19 April 2021 by Peter Rawlinson

Spotting early signs of cyber attacks – and automatically defending against them – will form the basis of a new funded research and innovation programme between Airbus and Cardiff University. The two organisations have worked on shared cybersecurity projects for nearly a decade. Here, Professor Pete Burnap, Director of the Airbus Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Analytics – located within the Cardiff Centre for Cybersecurity Research (CCCR), explains the exciting programme ahead. 
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