The team at the end of 2020
Another great year for MMT. Several students finished their PhDs and we had long-standing members leave and new members start. The core fellowship project finished and we are making significant progress in commercialising the principles of information-rich metrology. Other existing projects are proving fruitful and we have several industry-funded projects underway or in the pipeline. We also managed to secure a significant grant to start up the Midlands Centre for Data-Driven Metrology. Just to give you some highlights; more details of all these points can be found on our website. We published 37 journal papers (4 in 2020 already; about the same as 2019), 11 conference papers (far fewer than 2019 for obvious reasons) and delivered at least 21 oral presentations, including 7 keynotes/invited talks. Already for 2020 we have submitted 18 journal papers and 8 conference abstracts. The pandemic and political goings-on in the UK have made life a little more difficult than usual, but we are still going strong.
Once again, as head of the group, I am delighted every day to work with such a talented bunch of researchers and look forward to an exciting 2021. We stepped up to the challenges of 2020 and still maintained a healthy research portfolio.
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