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ICCS at UCL

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ICCS brings together world-leading academic experts and state-of-the-art facilities to advance the future technologies of a connected world. Our work penetrates every area of the communications network and interacts with a diverse range of application areas. Key to our work is engaging with industry and the engineers of the future as we innovate and develop this dynamic field of research.

 Prof. Izzat Darwazeh, ICCS Director


 

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Research at ICCS

Dynamic high calibre research covering all areas of the network and positioned within our four strategic research themes.

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About ICCS

A unique institute bringing together world-leading academics and state-of-the-art facilities driven by collaboration and innovation.

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Engage with ICCS

An approach to research that thrives on its engagement with industry and academia while inspiring the engineers of the future.

ICCS online seminar series

Curated to provide academic exploration and inspiration, our series of online seminars offer insights into a range of topics surrounding communications and connected systems.

Topics explore subjects close to the work of our academics or introduce wider concepts from experts in the global academic and industrial community. 

Algorithmic Governance: AI, agency & ethics in strategic decision-making

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03 February, 11:30 am–12:30 pm

Zeynep Engin, Founder & Director of Data For Policy and Senior Researcher in UCL Computer Science will introduce the emerging field of Algorithmic Governance. An increasingly important field reflecting on the agency and ethics in human-machine collaboration. Zeynep will shine particular emphasis on the implications to strategic decision-making in the public sector.

Design and Heterogeneous Integration of Microelectronic Systems

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17 February, 11:30 am–12:30 pm

Tolga Tekin, group manager of Photonics and Plasmonics Systems at Fraunhofer IZM will explore key concepts of design and integration of microelectronic systems when considering next-generation computing, data centres, and other massive communication applications.


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