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Images of Research 2018

Some of the ground-breaking research being conducted at City, University of London has been showcased as part of the Images of Research competition. The Research and Enterprise team recently announced the winners of the 2018 edition of the Images of Research Competition as well as the Enterprise Showcase competition and mentoring programme.

Images of research 2018

The Images of Research competition is a simple yet powerful concept to showcase the marvellous diversity of research activities across the university.

Staff are challenged to capture their entire research project in a single image, in a form understandable by a general audience. Up to five prizes of £1000 worth of vouchers are available to each winning team.

Tia Khan, IP & Commercialisation Consultant at City, University of London, organised the competition:

We were inundated with a wealth of high quality images representing the diversity of the world-leading research being carried out at City. The judges had a very difficult time in choosing the winners.  They selected five images which they felt really captured the essence of often complex research projects in an accessible way. We look forward to using these images to help promote City’s excellent research.

The Enterprise showcase 2018 competition

Innovation and Enterprise are the key to progressing research projects in the commercial market.  Academics are invited to submit entries which are then assessed for commercial viability, intellectual property position and market potential.

The winners of the Enterprise Showcase competition receive funding to support their projects and mentorship from Academic Enterprise colleagues.

Alfredo Camara from the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, was awarded £25,000 for his project proposal – ‘Self-adaptable rails for traffic and bridge protection under high winds’.

Miodrag Vidakovic from the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, was awarded £25,000 to explore ‘Intelligent Pantographs for Next-Generation Railways’.

Nicole Lux from Cass Business School received £10,000 for her project ‘Commercial Real Estate Mortgage Performance Index Pilot Study: performance measurement and benchmarks for real estate lenders’

The projects will last for 12 months.

Karen Shaw, Director of Research & Enterprise at City University of London commented:

Congratulations to all winners from both events but more importantly, a huge thank you to City's research and enterprise-active community for their contributions to making these showcases so successful.  We look forward to seeing more exciting entries next year!

Any download of these images is only permitted for non-commercial use. Please contact Research and Enterprise if you are interested in purchasing an image for commercial usage.