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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Top tips for submitting competition entries from an Imagine Cup Winner

Guest post by Ilias Chrysovergis Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London About Me Hey! My name is Ilias Chrysovergis and I am an EEE MSc student at Imperial College London. My main academic interests are machine learning, signal processing and data science and I am also keen on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality. I…

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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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Smart Acc.: Web application based on Faster-RCNN architecture making it easier to find accommodations in London.

Guest post by Imperial College London, Microsoft Industry Exchange Project Group using Faster RCNN The project was developed by Nattapat Chaimanowong, Suampa Ketpreechasawat, Tomasz Bartkowiak, Lin Li, Yini Fang and Danlin Peng, a group of MSc.CS students from Imperial College London. The visual impression is undoubtedly the most important factor influencing people’s decision concerning the…

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Microsoft HoloLens in academia unlocking new surgical procedures

Last week we had a great event at Microsoft London with a number of UK Academic institutions. These Universities have been working on Windows Mixed Reality and HoloLens. During this session, a select number of invited UK universities were invited  to share the work that they have been doing with HoloLens across different curriculums, with…

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Azure Notebooks at Imperial College Machine Learning Society

My name is Harry Churchill and I am currently a second-year undergrad studying Mech Eng at Imperial College London and a Microsoft Student Partner. I am interested in cryptography, all things space exploration and the field of machine learning. Machine Learning Society Earlier this year, I was part of a group of students that set…

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Building your own educational visualisation learning platform with .Net Core & Azure

Guest blog by David Buchanan Imperial College Microsoft Student Partner and UK Finalist at the Imagine Cup 2018 with Higher Education App About me I’m a second year Mechanical Engineering student at Imperial College London. I entered the Imagine Cup this year as a solo team with my Higher Education App project. My primary interests…

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Pantry Log–Microsoft Cognitive, IOT and Mobile App for Managing your Fridge Food Stock

We are Ami Zou (CS & Math), Silvia Sapora(CS), and Elena Liu (Engineering), three undergraduate students from UCL, Imperial College London, and Cambridge University respectively. None of us knew each other before participating to Hack Cambridge Ternary, but we were very fortunate to have been team-matched. We soon discovered that our skills and interest were…

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Bringing designers, businessmen and programmers together! for awesome ImagineCup.com entries

Guest post by Nicole Suen , MBA Candidate 2017-18, Imperial Business School, Imperial College London Microsoft Student Partner Imperial 3Hack 2.0 occurred on Feb 18th at Imperial College Business School. 3Hack 2.0 is an open-ended hackathon focused on bringing together students interested in below 3 major areas: design, business, and programming to use technology to…

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Imperial College Hack – ICHack18 Cognitive Challenge Winners Spidentify

Guest post by the Microsoft Cognitive Challenge Winners of Imperial Hack 18 team Spidentify Our Team Jonathan Mounty https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-mounty/ Third Year, Computer Science MSci King’s College London Sam Larsen-Disney https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-larsen-disney-80291074/ Third Year, Computer Science BSc King’s College London Christo Lolov https://www.linkedin.com/in/christo-lolov-25b768150/ Third Year, Computing MEng Imperial College London Oliver Norton https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-norton-276178b0/ Fourth Year, Computing MEng…

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