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17th October 2017

Building Information Modelling Workshop & Networking Dinner

Sheffield Hallam Universities' Department of Natural and Built Environments is running a three day workshop on 'Building Information Modelling' (BIM) with Autodesk.   The workshops will cover: Creating a BIM Execution Plan Joining a design team based in the cloud Working on the same BIM model as your team in real-time Keeping track of design versions through real-time synchronisation of…
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22nd September 2017

‘Science of Brewing’ with the Biomolecular Science Research Centre

The Biomolecular Science Research Centre (BSRC) at Sheffield Hallam University held workshops for Sheffield city regional brewers for a second time this year. The two day workshops covered the chemistry of brewing, genetics of yeast strains, bacterial contamination and "off-flavours" in beer.   Feedback from attendees included "good varied subject matter" and "lots of¬†useful information". Dr Jamie Young from the…
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24th July 2017

Machine Vision Workshop Overview

Sheffield Hallam University's Dr Fabio Caparrelli, Senior Researcher, and Dr Mark Marshall, Lecturer in Computing, held a workshop on 'Machine Vision and Embedded Systems' over two days in July 2017 in Barnsley.   The sessions saw Sheffield City Region businesses learn how image processing and computer vision can be applied to industrial applications. A hands-on tutorial and workshop had attendees…
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27th June 2017

‘Science of Brewing’ workshop goes down a treat

Through the Sheffield Innovation Programme, Sheffield city region breweries were invited to spend two days learning about the science behind the brewing process and yeast cultivation and tour the microbiology labs at Sheffield Hallam University.   Over the two days, topics covered the whole brewing process, from the molecular process and chemistry of brewing, to mashing temperatures, hop molecules and…
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14th June 2017

Working with Robots workshop a success

The SIP 'Working With Robots' workshop was well attended last week at Factory 2050.¬†People were introduced to the potential benefits of collaborative robotics and information was provided on the expertise available from the universities in Sheffield to regional businesses. Attendees experienced interacting with collaborative robots and representatives from manufacturers were on hand to talk about new product developments. In the…
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