The University of Nottingham, a member of the UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, was recently recognised as “Highly Commended” at The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards, which were held in London in September.
The University of Nottingham was nominated, along with partners Added Scientific and University of Sussex, in the Information, Data & Connectivity category. The winner of the category was National Instruments with University of Bristol, Lund University and BT Group won the category, for their work on setting world Records in 5G wireless spectral efficiency using Massive MIMO.
The Hub itself was also nominated along with its industrial partners RSK and Teledyne-e2v in the Academic Innovator category. This category was won by the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Medical Devices (MeDe Innovation).
The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards celebrate the very best in UK collaborations and innovations in engineering, from the biggest and boldest infrastructure projects to the most fundamental technology breakthroughs. Please click on the links below for full details of the 2017 award winners as well as those shortlisted: