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The mission of the School of Technology is to provide a focus and framework for its constituent departments to formulate and express views pertinent to technology, methods and processes, both within and without the University, recognising that technology has its own priorities and its own criteria for success: above all, technology departments recognise a duty to influence and be influenced by society at large and to work towards the creation of wealth and an improved quality of life. Institutions within the School are: the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, the Computer Laboratory, the Department of Engineering, Judge Business School and the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

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Recent Submissions

  • Bayesian Approaches to Tracking, Sensor Fusion and Intent Prediction 

    Liang, Jiaming (2020-10)
    This thesis presents work on the development of model-based Bayesian approaches to object tracking and intent prediction. Successful navigation/positioning applications rely fundamentally on the choice of appropriate dynamic ...
  • A vibration-based bridge scour monitoring technique 

    Kariyawasam Katukoliha Gamage, Kasun
    Historically, the most common cause of bridge failure has been “scour” – the gradual erosion of soil around bridge foundations due to rapid water flow. A reliable technique to monitor scour could potentially guide timely ...
  • Multistable Shell Structures 

    Sobota, Paul (2020-10-24)
    Multistable structures, which possess by definition more than one stable equilibrium configuration, are capable of adapting their shape to changing loading or environmental conditions and can further improve multi-purpose ...
  • Structural mechanics of a plate with multiple dimples 

    Eatough, Daniel (2020-10-08)
    Thin plates, sheets and shells are an important category of structural components, and while commonly used, they are often only utilised in simplistic geometries. An increased understanding of the geometric and structural ...

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