A total of 162 items listed.
Responses to ‘Engineering adaptation’, ‘Investigating New Orleans’ and ‘Why do large IT programmes fail?
Professor Jim Hall and Professor Enda O’Connell FREng, Robert Muir Wood MA PhD and Professor Jim Norton
Why do large IT programmes fail?
Pieter Lindeque FREng
An IT troubleshooter examines why large projects often go wrong, and suggests ways they could be managed more effectively in the future
Lloyd's Register Lecture 2006
This year’s lecture on ‘Public Perception of Risk’was given by Professor Sir Robert Worcester
Dilemmas of Privacy and Surveillance
Professor Nigel Gilbert FREng
Single Chip Success
The MacRobert Award winner of 2005 reveals how CSR met the engineering challenges posed by Bluetooth technology
Paralympic dinghies that allow sailors of all abilities to compete
Reading the Unreadable
Dr Melissa Terras
Using image-interpreting solutions to decipher ancient texts.
Using electro-magnetic imaging to search for oil reserves beneath the sea floor.
Protecting Phone Systems
Dr William Webb FREng
How communications networks have fared during recent disasters and how they could be made more effective.
Alan Wood CBE FREng
The head of Siemens in the UK talks to Jenny Bardwell about his childhood, his prolific career, and how the iPod is transforming society
Engineering a trustworthy web
How will the internet be able to restrain criminality and retain users' trust in the future?
Reverse Engineering the Mind
Professor Igor Aleksander FREng
The subtleties of developing artificial intelligence for robots and mobile phones