Then come along to a talk about the Dare to be Digital competition to find out all about it.
The talk will take place Wed 26th Feb 2014 at 14:30 in lecture theatre
N118 by Elaine Russell - Dare to be Digital Project Manager.
This will be a great opportunity to hear about the competition, discuss any queries you may have and meet up with other individuals who would like to form a team - see (http://wp.me/p1SOLc-7k) for more info.
The competition requires teams of 5 persons made up of programmers, graphic artists and audio engineers. The team must me made up of students (postgraduate and / or undergraduate) at a Higher Education Institute (University or Art College). The team can have a maximum of 2 people in it who are studying at a Further Education college or who have graduated in the last 2 years.
If you know of anybody else who may be interested that fit the criteria then please forward on this invitation.
Will be inviting students from other Schools, Aberdeen Uni & Aberdeen College as well so we should have a good mix of skills in the audience & thereby be able to form some teams.
Find out more.
You are invited to attend a research talk on Wednesday 29 Jan 2014 by Prof Abbes Amira – University of the West of Scotland, titled "Empowering Care through Embedded Intelligent Computing.
The seminar will take place in N118 at 14:10.
Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne, the founder of Genius Gluten Free Foods, will deliver the Entrepreneurship Lecture and share her entrepreneurial story with an audience of up to 300 students at Aberdeen Business School. Find out more
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