Monthly Archives: April 2013

GraVVITAS given commendation in Vice-Chancellors’s Social Inclusion Awards

I’m delighted to report that, at the VC’s Social Inclusion Awards lunch held today, a Commendation was given to Cagatay Goncu, Kim Marriott and John Hurst. This recognises their work on the GraVVITAS project which was the subject of Cagatay’s PhD and is being developed further under an ARC Linkage Grant.

Congratulations to Cagatay, Kim and John!

PhD studentships – Information Visualisation in Biological Research


Two studentships are available within a collaborative research project between the Warwick Systems Biology Centre (University of Warwick) and the Faculty of Information Technology (Monash University). These studentships offer a unique opportunity to be part of a new and exciting interdisciplinary research project between the UK and Australia, combining complementary expertise in systems biology and visualization at the two institutions. We welcome applications from students with first-degree training in bioscience or physical sciences such as mathematics and computer science. The essential requirement is that you have the drive to combine these disciplines to answer biological questions using novel visualizations.

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