Emergent Technologies

Maurizio Borghi receives Google Research Award

  CIPPM Director Maurizio Borghi has been selected to receive a Google Faculty Research Award that will support his research project on enhancing access to digitized books. Google Faculty Research Awards are highly competitive prizes made by the US company to support world-class faculty performing cutting-edge research in computer science, engineering, and related fields. The… Read more »

CIPPM Researchers present at CREATe’s All-Hands Meeting

CIPPM Researchers Professor Maurizio Borghi, Dr. Marcella Favale, Dr. Fabian Homberg, Mr. Conor O’Kane, Mr. Bartolomeo Meletti, Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Professor Ruth Towse attended the All-Hands Meeting hosted by CREATe, University of Glasgow on 15-16 September 2014. Set in the beautiful Mackintosh Suite of House for an Art Lover (designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh), the… Read more »

Dinusha Mendis delivers Keynote on 3D Printing and IP Law at the European Parliament

CIPPM Co-Director, Dr. Dinusha Mendis was invited as a Keynote Speaker to the 9th European Policy on Intellectual Property (EPIP) Meeting at the European Parliament, held from 4-5 September 2014. The event hosted by the European Commission and the European Parliament, and organized by Dr. Georg von Graevenitz focused on interdisciplinary research in a wider… Read more »

Argyro Karanasiou’s statement at the LSE International Workshop “The Alternative Internet”

  CIPPM’ Argyro Karanasiou has presented her position paper “Fixing Broken Promises: Clean Slates and Human Rights by Design” at the international workshop “The Alternative Internet” at the London School of Economics on September 16th 2014. This invitation-only event was organised by the Department of Media and Communications of London School of Economics and Political Science… Read more »