Yesterday our students became our graduating class of 2019 as they crossed the stage at the Usher hall. Here are a few pictures taken by 3rd year student Mari-Nikol Panteva and Lecturer John Morrison to celebrate. We’re all very proud of what our graduates have achieved so far and wish them every success with whatever happens next. Keep in touch!
Wilf crossing the stage – look at the size of the crowd – eek!
Lecturers Tom and Andrew with Martin and Lyle
Isa- winner of the class medal and the School of Computing KTP prize, with her supervisor Tom.
Kelsey, Martin, Andrew and Wilf
Rachele, Fiona and Kelsey
Lyle, Grant and Jack
Tatiana and Tom
DM Global students Luka, Antonella and Daniel with John.
Rachele Cavina, one of our final year BSc Digital Media students has come home with first prize in the final year category at the BCS Ada Lovelace Colloquium. The event happens in April every year and brings together female students of Computing from across the country. She used the event to showcase her honours project, which uses Augmented Reality and animation to visualise DNA heritage. You can see more of the project here – https://reci1996.wixsite.com/rachelecavina/copy-of-interactive-map
Rachele discusses her work with other delegates
Rachele was joined at at the event by Mari-Nikol and Elena, two of our year 3 students who also presented their work.
Thank you to Rachele for allowing us to share her work.
We’re very proud of third year Digital Media student Wilf Magnussen who is currently on placement with the Edinburgh Napier University marketing team. Here’s the video he shot last week to capture the excitement of graduation.
Wilf says “I hadn’t shot an event before so it was an intense learning experience, I worked with Cecilia from marketing and we planned carefully before shooting and got the video ready to share in two days” “It was hard work, but good fun”.
Look out for more content from the DMID interns working with the marketing team soon.
Just a few snaps from the graduation yesterday. Congratulations to all our new graduates, you have been amazing to work with and we’re so proud of you. Go and do great things and then come back and tell us about them!
A warm welcome to our direct entrants from college who are pictured here taking part in the Prototyping for Virtual Reality workshop with DMID lecturer John Morrison. They’ve had the chance to spend two days with us, finding out what life at University is really like as part of the “Let’s Start” events . It was great to meet them all and after some interesting conversations we’re looking forward to September so we can get started on some exciting projects.