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Engineering students scoop top prizes

MSc Mechatronics and Robotics student Jun Kow has won the best overall poster prize at the MEIbioeng15 conference, the largest ever UK gathering of biomedical engineers and bioengineers.

Pouyan Mehryar, also a student in the Faculty, came second in the robotics poster category.

Jun’s poster, titled 'Towards Self-Tuning Lower Limb Prosthesis' describes the research aimed at designing an intelligent control system that is capable of calibrating the parameters for a semi-active powered prosthetic knee. The poster showcased a number of sections based on the project, including the conceptual design of the overall control system, the designed and developed gait detection algorithm and the control approach and the designed and developed intelligent algorithm.

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MSc Mechatronics and Robotics student Jun Kow winning top prize

Jun Kow winning award

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