After a year and a half since the start of the Grapheel R&D project, we are preparing in huge excitement for a presentation of our work in the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday, the 2nd of February. The event is organised by the British Conference of Undergraduate Research and is hosted in the Palace of Westminster.
In 2016 a total of 159 registered guests are attending the event, including 56 undergraduate researchers from 28 UK universities. The guest list includes the undergraduate researchers, their supervisors, MPs, a few vice-chancellors, representatives of doctoral schools and companies, news agencies. For more details and the brochure of the event please visit the below link.
Daniel Hajas is going to represent the University of Sussex with the research and development project associated with the Tactile Graphics Display, in context of “Enhancing accessibility of STEM education for blind and visually impaired students”.
It is a great honour to return to this prestigious event as a University of Sussex student, from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, just two years after the incredible success of Talitha Bromwich and her research work on dark matter.