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Archive for April, 2016

School of Applied Computing welcomes Dr Steve Mosey

The School of Applied Computing at Swansea has a new member of staff – Dr Steve Mosey.

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He joins the team as Senior Lecturer in Electronics and Control, and will be teaching BEng and MEng Computer Systems & Electronics.  His areas of expertise include Electronic Design, Mechanical Design-CAD, Mechanical Testing, Non-Destructive Testing, Software Engineering and Signal and Image Processing.

Dr Mosey, who was awarded a doctorate in 2013, has a long association with the University of Wales Trinity St David.  In 2011 he was appointed Senior Research Associate in Non-Destructive Testing for the Faculty of Applied Design and Engineering, where he co-authored a number of papers on ultrasound procedures in collaboration with Dr Peter Charlton and Professor Ian Wells.

Dr Mosey then worked for TWI (Wales) in Port Talbot for several years before returning to UWTSD recently to take up his new role in SoAC.

His interests include playing the guitar and reading, and his new colleagues are particularly impressed with his excellent taste in T-shirts!

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WIPO – Digital Creativity: Culture Reimagined

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The School of Applied Computing celebrated World Intellectual Property Day which this year explores the theme of ‘Digital Creativity: Culture Reimagined’ – the current emerging and future of culture in the digital age. As part of the celebration some students (above) from the Managing People and Change module learned about the importance of Employee Engagement in 21st Century Organisations.

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Wireless & Telecommunication Conference

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For more information about the Conference please click here.

Job Opportunities @ The NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS)

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The NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) is looking for up to 10 Software Developers to start this summer: We are looking for graduates who can participate in a technical boot camp and be job ready in 6 weeks.
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This is an exciting opportunity to begin your career working for NWIS. Recruits will join a boot camp to fast track into technical teams, the camp will focus on ASP.NET MVC and Windows Forms programming however the on-going training and support will allow developers to move into any team after the training period. Typical roles are Software Developer, Senior Software Developers, Business Analysts or into project management
The first cohort will join in the summer of 2016 initially recruits will be on the NHS Band 4 (£19,217 to £22,458) and will progress automatically onto Band 5 (£21,909 to £28,462) after the training period.
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The University has entered into a strategic alliance with NWIS and we have jointly set up ‘The Wales Informatics Institute’. Resulting from this alliance The School of Applied Computing (SOAC) students are being given the first opportunity to apply for these highly valued positions so please get your applications in quickly! Closing date is May 13th 2016.
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To apply for these positions please send a CV and covering letter stating why you would like to work for NWIS to Wendy Dearing, Head of Workforce & Organisational Development: wendy.dearing@wales.nhs.uk.

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