Society of Oxford University Engineers

The alumni society for Oxford engineering graduates

Open Day 2000 (Friday 26 May 2000)

The day's theme was Information Engineering; the events ran as follows:


Informal visits to see the final day of one week Coursework Modules undertaken by second-year students, including: Mechanical Engineering (Alan Knight) Final reassembly of motorcycle and presentations of reports by students Control Engineering (Arthur Dexter) Application of feedback control algorithms to a range of practical controlled systems Intelligent Instrumentation (Penny Probert) A competition involving programmed microcontrollers to guide simple mobile robots Object-Oriented Programming in Java (Malcolm McCulloch) Development of GUIs and application to an open-ended problem


Talks by present and past members of the Department, describing work in the area of Information Engineering, tea and the Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture:

The day ended with a buffet supper.