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The Centre for Vision Speech and Signal Processing, or CVSSP as it’s known, is a great place to undertake a PhD in machine learning or machine perception. It has a diverse range of research groups all with their own areas of expertise.
I think the University and staff have done an impressive job of moving swiftly to online teaching so that students are affected as little as possible.
Surrey PhD student Daisy Shearer is an experimental physicist working in quantum technology at our Advanced Technology Institute.
Bowei Li is a PhD research student at our Advanced Technology Institute who originally studied for his undergraduate and masters degrees in China. At Surrey, he's working on next generation solar power cells and he’s just had his first academic journal paper published.
Studying for my masters enabled me to stand out when looking for job opportunities, and it is now proving to be useful when dealing with everyday challenges at work.
Doing the MSc gave me the skills and knowledge to go beyond superficially writing code based on what has worked for others, allowing me to understand the depths of what I was doing, which has empowered me to make informed decisions.
I chose the University of Surrey not just for my course’s league table position, but after visiting the campus and seeing the facilities. That made the difference in making Surrey my first choice.
My journey to the University of Surrey started when I was still a masters student. I was studying at São Paulo State University in the Chemistry Institute of Araraquara, Brazil, when I had the opportunity to spend 10 weeks conducting experiments in Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute.
One of the great benefits of our masters courses – especially for international students – is their flexibility. On graduation day, we caught up with Inacio Lote Gimo, who studied for an MSc Electronic Engineering part-time from his home in Mozambique, with regular visits to the University of Surrey campus.