The School of Creative Technologies of the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth has been given an Athena Swan Bronze award.
Trudy Barber, University of Portsmouth wrote the following article for The Conversation, which was picked up by Newsweek and consequently seen by thousands of readers.
This October, delegates from the Higher Vocational School at Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT) visited the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.
Dr. Simone Gumtau, School of Art & Design, recently presented design work for the Intelligent condition monitoring with Integrated Communications project (IConIC), which aimed to design a GUI (graphical user interface) to communicate sensor data monitoring ship engine performance.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth and the Hampshire-based company, C6(n) Technology Ltd, was recently signed with the aim for a innovative Research and Design collaboration.
The TIGA Games Industry Awards are back for their fifth year and applications are now open. The awards recognise excellence in games development, business and education as well as celebrate the achievements of both small and large games development studios.
Dan Mulligan, in the School of Creative Technologies, has acquired a ‘world first’ piece of technology – the very first shipped early AXIOM Beta hardware kit (outside of the core developer team).
Jointly hosted by the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and the Faculty of Technology, the renowned performance artist Stelarc, who is distinguished Research Fellow and Professor in the School of Design and Art at Curtin University in Australia, visited the University of Portsmouth for a day of sharing his extraordinary creative works and ideas.