Hull University is located 300km north of London on the Humber Estuary, in the outskirts of the city. It hosts teaching and research departments and covers a wide range of disciplines.
The IT Department is one of these. It welcomes « undergraduate » students and « graduate » students (Master and PhD). Research areas are ::
- Simulation and visualisation
- Distributed systems engineering
- Neurone networks, artificial agents and emergence of behaviours
- Internet technology
Several ENSIIE students (three per year) are admitted to the Master’s programme. They follow a full academic year in situ and should fulfill the same criteria than other students to be awarded the degree : successfully completing exams and presenting and supporting a Master’s thesis.
Examples of some thesis
- Recurrent growing self organising network for speech applications.
- Using HAZOP study in a real-time monitoring system, supervised by Yiannis Papadopoulos.
- Affect-based multi-agent architecture, supervised by Darryl Davis.
- Left ventricular colume and wall thickness calculation in functional analysis of MRI cardiac images, supervised by Roger Phillips.
- Automated synthesis of fault trees from software specifications, supervised by Yiannis Papadopoulos.