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Updated 06.04.10

The School of Computng, Mathematical and Information Sciences has recently had several research grant application successes.

In April 2010 Lyn Pemberton of our Interactive Technologies Research Group secured a £10k grant from the JISC Rapid Innovation Benefits Realisation Funding for a three month follow-on to her Cloudbank project on Mobile knowledge sharing for language learners.

In March 2010, Gem Stapleton of our Visual Modelling Research group was awarded an EPSRC grant for her project Sketching Euler Diagrams, with Aidan Delaney as Co-Investigator. Find out more...

And in September 2009, she also secured funding for her project Defining Regular Languages with Diagrams. Find out more...

in January 2010, Dr Anja Belz of the Natural Language Technolgogy Group was awarded an EPSRC grant for her project Generation Challenges, the latest in a sequence of natural language generation challenge projects that Anja has run with EPSRC funding. Find out more...

And in October 2009 she was also awarded an EPSRC grant to lead a new EPSRC network on Vision and Language, together with Dimitrios Makris of Kingston University. V&L Net runs for three years. Find out more...

In November 2009 Lynne Cahill, also of the Natural Language Technolgogy Group, was awarded an ESRC grant, Araborth, to construct an inheritance-based lexicon for Arabic combining phonology and morphology with orthography. Araborth will run for eighteen months. Find out more....

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