Design against crime & Microsoft Azure with Shiny

Guest blog by Mariam Elgabry Microsoft Student Partner at UCL Crime Science Department uses azure to host a shiny webapp Microsoft student partners IN ACTION! Mariam Elgabry is a Microsoft Student Partner at the University College London completing her Masters of Research on Security and Crime Science whilst entering her PhD on future crimes. She…

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Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks

Guest post by Nathan Lucaussy, Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University. Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks – Part 1: Functional Programming Basics via Plotting and Genetic Algorithms Hello! I hope you’ll enjoy the following blog post – it details the particular kind of algorithm that got me so excited about studying…

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Final year project using Microsoft HoloLens and Self-Attachment Therapy

Guest post by Nana Asiedu-Ampem University College London, Master of Engineering (MENG) student, Imperial College London, Computing Degree Introduction Psychotherapy is a form of treatment aimed at improving the mental health of people suffering from mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety disorders. These kinds of treatment usually involve a patient suffering from a mental…

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Understanding Containers – the layer between the operating system’s kernel and the application

Guest blog by Christo Lolov, Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London About me I am a Third Year, Computing MEng at Imperial College London and a have a number of blogs already published on various areas of technology which interest me see https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/uk_faculty_connection/?s=Lolov Virtualization splits hardware resources across multiple consumers, be it operating systems,…

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University of Hull partners with Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner VISR to launch a novel new summer school accelerator

“The University of Hull and VISR’s Mixed Reality Accelerator is a clear example of this and is a genuinely important partnership as it brings together Microsoft HoloLens, VISR’s VERTX, our Azure Cloud platform and the best and brightest university students, with the express purpose of working with world-class enterprises on real challenges. ‘The Mixed Reality…

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Online Learning Resources for Students and academics around AI and IOT

IoT School Learn about Azure IoT solutions, platform services and industry-leading edge technologies. See how you can connect devices to create powerful IoT applications on the flexible Azure IoT platform. See how Azure IoT simplifies IoT development—use your preferred language, tools and existing developer SDKs to start building IoT right away. Get started quickly with…

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Building a first project using Microsoft Azure’s Language Understanding Intelligent Services

Guest post by  Sam Gao  Microsoft Student Partner University College London About me I am a first-year Mathematical Computation student at UCL, with a keen interest in competitive algorithmic and machine learning. Today, I’ll guide you through setting up and building a first project using Microsoft Azure’s Language Understanding Intelligent Service (https://www.luis.ai/), or LUIS. Language…

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Visualising climate change using Jupyter Notebooks.

A beginners guide to using Jupyter Notebooks on the Microsoft Azure Notebooks services to visualise data  By T.T. Ouzounellis Kavlakonis Microsoft Student Partner at University of Cambridge  About Me: Hello planet Earth! Welcome to my first blog post. My name is Theo and I am a first year Engineering student at Trinity College, University of…

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Innovative assessment by deploying Ok.py and Microsoft Azure at Imperial College

Guest post by Victoria Murphy Imperial College London A new computational course in the Department of Earth Science & Engineering will benefit from innovative software deployed at Imperial College London. Students of the Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc programme will develop software to solve real-world science and engineering problems, from modelling asteroid impacts to…

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At London Tech Week (June 11 to 14), Microsoft will be running a series of webcasts, talks and events focused on quantum computing

At London Tech Week (June 11 to 14), Microsoft will be running a series of webcasts, talks and events focused on quantum computing, including how it works, its applications and impact. Some of these will feature Dr Julie Love, from the Microsoft Quantum Team. Microsoft believes that quantum computing is not just an improvement over…

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