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EDA researcher wins prestigious US scholarship
A researcher in the Universitys School of Engineering and Digital Arts has won a prestigious scholarship in the Unites States.
Dr Yiqing Liang has been awarded a $25,000 scholarship to attend the 2012 Graduate Studies Programme at Singularity University, California.
The 10-week interdisciplinary programme, from 18 June – 24 August 2012, brings together entrepreneurial leaders and top graduate and postgraduate students from around the globe to explore technological solutions to the worlds most pressing challenges.
Yiqing, who has a PhD in Electronic Engineering from the University, was awarded the scholarship for her ideas on new products or services to improve the lives of 10 million Chinese citizens within five years. During the programme, she hopes to develop new projects in healthcare and biometric systems.
Professor Sarah Spurgeon, Head of EDA, commented: We are enormously proud of Yiqings award of this prestigious scholarship. At Singularity, she will be part of an incredible research network that will pave the way for new collaborations and innovations in her future work.
Story published at 12:25pm 22 June 2012
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