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Transformative digital technologies research

Welcome to our transformative digital technologies research case studies

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Digital technology has facilitated the ability to create, store, process and communicate information in new ways. The approach is driven by data, facilitating connectivity (Internet of Things and 5G), artificial intelligence, machine learning and new forms of the human machine interface.

We host the Southampton Regional e-Science Centre, the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre for Computational Engineering and the Microsoft Institute for High Performance Computing.

Our researchers use computational methods for studying design and related problems in fluids, structures, control systems and biomechanics, evolutionary optimisation, construction of advanced cost-prediction systems, optimisation of metamodelling, approximate or noisy systems and analysis of robustness.


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10 February 2020

Southampton researchers to address global ...

Researchers will pioneer sustainable digital technologies in four n...

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7 February 2020

‘Private’ audio for public spaces stars at...

Acoustic engineers at the University of Southampton have unveiled a...

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5 February 2020

Autonomous vessels trial marks one year of...

A strategic partnership between the University of Southampton and T...

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