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FSEG PRESS RELEASES

On these pages you will find the PRESS releases issued by FSEG.  For more information contact the FSEG Director.


FSEG General Press Releases

  • FSEG PhD student wins SFPE Student Scholar Award [20/06/2016] new pic
  • FSEG PhD student wins SFPE Guylene Proulx Scholarship. [21/05/2015]
  • FSEG RESEARCH RATED ‘WORLD LEADING’ BY PEERS IN REF 2014 [31/12/2014]
  • FSEG team win The Guardian Research Award for Research Impact for novel emergency signage system [26/02/2014]
  • FSEG RATED ‘WORLD LEADING’ BY PEERS IN RAE 2008 [06/01/2009]
  • Findings from the WTC evacuation project [11/09/2008]
  • FSEG team win SFPE bono award 2008 [04/08/2008]
  • FSEG to commence work on worlds largest study into 9/11 evacuation of World Trade Centre [13/05/2004]
  • FSEG simulate the 9/11 World Trade Centre evacuation using buildingEXODUS software [10/09/2003]
  • FSEG hosts PED2003 conference 20-22 August [28/07/2003]
  • FSEG wins Europes top IT award for EXODUS software [27/06/2003]
  • FSEG win Queen's Anniversary Prize 2002 for evacuation research [15/11/2002]
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  • FSEG win top BCS award [08/11/2001]
  • FSEG win BCS medal [07/10/2001]
  • EXODUS Press Releases

  • FSEG announce the launch of buildingEXODUS v6.0 [11/11/2013] new pic
  • FSEG announce the launch of buildingEXODUS v5.0 [19/12/2011]
  • FSEG OVERCOME EVACUATION FEARS OVER ‘FLYING WING’ NEXT GENERATION AIRCRAFT [04/07/2008]
  • maritimeEXODUS v3.0 [06/08/2002]
  • SMARTFIRE Press Releases

  • FSEG announce the launch of SMARTFIRE v4.0. [01/10/2004]
  • SMARTFIRE used to reconstruct the final tragic minutes of the doomed Swissair flight 111 [27/03/2003]
  • Figure depicts the spread of smoke in the above ceiling area (red) together with the streams of air/traces of smoke emerging form various small holes in the ceiling within the cockpit. The air stream passes over the seat and towards the rudder pedal at the base of the model. Note that the red cloud depicting the smoke is confined to the above ceiling region and other panels.

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