UWTSD FACE Final Year Exhibition


Welcome to our Final Year Project Exhibition page. Students from Computing, Technology, Construction, the Environment and Engineering present their undergraduate research at an annual exhibition at the end of their course.

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This years event took place at TechHub Swansea where employers from technological industries were invited along to meet our students and discuss their findings and breakthroughs. It was a great chance to find out more about our courses and the skills and knowhow taught that address 21st Century Challenges.

Dr. Stephen Hole, Dean of the Faculty of  Architecture, Computing and Engineering (FACE) said "

The event is to showcase student project work to employers and students about to enter their final year of study.  Every year students get job interviews from employers both local and national. It demonstrates to industry the range of programs we deliver and the high quality of graduate leaving our programmes.  Students gain in confidence by talking to employers in an informal setting. Many projects are for employers and they demonstrate new or improved processes.  The Tata Steel project paid for itself in 6 months and is now making significant savings. It is a celebration of the hard work and dedication of our students and has proved popular with staff, students and employers."

Many employers take on UWTSD students before graduation, recognising that they have the right skills to hit the ground running. We aim to follow some of our graduates into the real world of employment and add their experiences to this page.  

Next Years Event (provisional):

Date: Thursday, May 24 2018
Venue: TechHub Swansea
221 High Street, Swansea SA1 1NW
Time: 5.30 to 8pm

Next Swansea Open Day | Saturday, 01 July 2017

 

What Our Lecturers' Say

  • This year’s degree show featured exciting range of projects from artificial intelligence applications, advanced web sites, cybersecurity and networks to advanced engineering applications such as water purification. The show had a number of employers visiting including the  NHS Wales Informatics Service launched their exciting new development: The Wales Institute of Digital Information (WIDI) Academy.  This will train graduates of the University for three months and offer employment to the most successful graduates at the end of the summer. We are proud as a School to see such a successful group of students graduating and although we are sad to see them leave we all wish them well for the future

     

    Professor Ian WellsHead of Applied Computing

  • Although geared to final year students the event also included a display of the work of students on the first year of the architecture course. Hand drawings and computer generated images showed some of the projects that had been produced during the course of the year by Swansea's new School of Architecture. Students enthusiastically described  their proposals for a  marine research facility in Rhossili to visitors. Other first year projects on display included an exhibition of paintings by the artist Ceri Richards and a Pavilion in Singleton Park. All of the work was produced with a view to it's relevance to Swansea and the rest of Wales  - the drawings on display showed the students designs were both imaginative and responsive to the local context

     

    Paul HarriesHead of Architecture

  • It is very inspiring to see the project work of our students, working together with local industries to produce relevant projects, many on renewable energy and electric cars that can help with climate change

     

    Rachel AlexanderSchool of Engineering

  • It was fantastic to see our students showcase such innovative projects that included exciting solutions for industry and society’s current needs. A great balance of technical and ethical thinking was demonstrated in many projects showing just how much the work reflects the needs of today. Our society can only continue to improve with our Graduates contributing their fresh ideas in both private and public sector organisations.

     

    James WilliamsSchool of Applied Computing

 

  • A Solution to Team Management Struggles
  • Application of Pose Space Deformation
  • Brand Growth
  • Charging Power Sources Using Solar Power
  • Digital Marketing in Football
  • Ecommerce Plan for Fashion Business
  • Free Network Protection and Hacking
  • Future of IP and Ipv6
  • IP4 and IP6
  • Kohonen Self-Organising Maps
  • Lighting and Heating SCADA
  • Medication Reminder System
  • Open Source XML and JSON Visualisation
  • Phone Gap
  • Physics Engine
  • QOS/QOE for IPTV
  • Responsive Web Design and Usability
  • Securing a Home Network
  • Self-Learning AI in Car Test Track
  • Shortest Path Algorithms
  • Shutter Shock
  • Signed Distance Field Cones
  • Software Design Patterns for PHP
  • Solar Power - Heliostats
  • Statistical Mapping (Epidemiology)
  • Sustainable Energy Management
  • Technology for Car Importing
  • Technology for Exercising
  • Test Driven Web Development
  • Ultrasonic Tape Measure
  • Usability in Responsive Web Design
  • Virtual Doctor
  • Web Design for Small Screen
  • Wireless Sensor Networks for Education
  • Motorcycle Suspension
  • Combustion Analysis
  • Engine Design
  • Combustion Analysis
  • Optimisation af a Suspension Upright for a Sports 2000 Race Car
  • Fuel Analysis
  • Rotary Engine Design
  • Engine Design
  • Damper Charecterisation using on Track Data
  • Analysis of Darrian Aerodynamic Balance and Front End Aerodynamic Devices
  • Powertrain Design for an Electric Buggy
  • Laptime Simulation Model
  • Drivecycle and Performance Analysis
  • Engine Performance
  • Combustion Analysis
  • Valve Design
  • Performance Engine Design
  • A Comparison of Autoclave and Press-Formed Composites
  • An Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Bonded and Repaired Composite Material
  • Application of Engineering Optimisation Process on Engineering
  • Aviation Loading Platform - Product Optimisation (AMSS)
  • Computer Modelling of Hydraulic Transient
  • Enhance the Performance of Cooling Systems in Small and Medium Sized Factories in KSA with The Aid Of Renewable Energy (Solar Energy)
  • Enhancement of The Performance of PV Solar Panels Using Optimal Tilt Angles
  • Heat Exchangers: An Investigation into the Operability and Performance
  • Investigation of The Effect of UV Radiation on Polypropylene Polymers
  • Manufacturing Considerations of Recycled Glass Reception Furniture (SA1 Development)
  • Mathematical Modelling of Hydraulic Transient within an LNG Transfer Pipeline
  • Mathematical Modelling using the Finite Difference Method
  • Matlab Modelling – Engineering Application
  • Method of Recycling in an Attempt to Reduce CFRP and GFRP Waste
  • Resolving Quality Issues in the Optics Department of Perkin Elmer using the DMAIC Improvement Cycle
  • Security Bollard Design and Verification - Rhino Doors
  • Solar Energy: Sand-Dust Build-Up and Removal Solution
  • Vibration Dampening in Carbon Fibre Composites with the use of Elastomer Laminates
  • Alternative Brass Electroplating Evaluation
  • An Investigation into HSK Spindle Failures
  • Comparison of Combustion Analysis and OES Analysis for Nitrogen
  • Electrostatic Precipitator Efficiency Tests for Particulate Emissions Abatement at Port Talbot Sinter Plant
  • Equipment Preservation
  • FE Analysis of a Wave Energy Converting Steel Structure
  • Hot Stamping Line Tool Cooling System
  • Investigation into the Profiles of Spools and the Reduction of Scrap for a Global Steel Manufacturer
  • Maintenance and Inventory Strategies for Safety Instrumented Systems
  • Maintenance Operating System on AJ133/126 Assembly Line
  • Non-Destructive Testing Vs Destructive Testing in Welding: Pipeline Industry
  • The Effect of Milled Quality of Tensile Test Specimens on their Final Mechanical Properties
  • The Effects on Mechanical Properties on Steel Grade S275JR Through Two Methods of Preparation at Port Talbot Test House
  • The Scrap Management Process
  • TPM Implementation