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My Visit to the UK and the PGR Engineering Celebration Event 2015

On 23 September 2014, the annual Postgraduate research showcase was held at the University of Nottingham Malaysia campus. I was delighted to be awarded the grand prize for my poster amongst 43 postgraduate research students. The exciting award was a travel fund to the UK, which granted me the opportunity to take part in the …

Uon Electric Motorbike to take part in TT Zero Race on the Isle of Man

The Electric Motorbike team from the Power Electronics, Machines and Control Research Group (PEMC) is currently taking part in the TT Zero Races on the Isle of Man. The TT Zero Race is for bikes producing zero carbon emissions, and sees the University of Nottingham enter for the first time. The Electric Motorbike team has …

PGR Gala Dinner

Thank you to all who attended the PGR Gala Dinner at the Crown Plaza Nottingham on Wednesday 6th May! If you have any constructive comments or ideas for future events, please comment on this post! Thanks Matt Neville: PGR Engineering Community Secretary

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Basketball Varsity

Dear all, As you may already know it is that time of the time year again: Each year the University takes part in the annual charity Varsity series against Nottingham Trent University. The series sees the best sportsmen and women from each University competing in some of Nottingham’s biggest sporting venues. The Varsity series is …

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Latest News from the PGR Engineering Community

Hi. It’s Matt again, secretary to the PGR Engineering Community. We have our next formal meeting on Friday the 20th of March. I’d just like to give you a quick update on some of your issues that we resolved since the last meeting. You may or may not know that as soon as you enter …

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Finding our feet

I’m Matt Neville and I have been secretary to the PGR Engineering Community ever since its inaugural meeting back in May 2011. Since those early days, I’ve seen a gradual development in what we do as we’ve all learnt together what it means to be a part of a wider community within Engineering and what …

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