SURPRISE 96 Journal

Department of Computing,
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine,
180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2BZ, UK







SURPRISE 96 Surveys

Title
1 Automated Negotiation (de Wilde)
2 Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems (de Wilde)
3 Computers and the Mobile Phone (Cheung)
4 MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks (Cheung)
5 Fuzzy Logic and its Uses (Broda)
6 Neural Networks and their Uses (Broda)
7 Applications of Genetic Algorithms (Drossopoulou)
8 Internet Programming - How safe is it? (Eisenbach)
9 MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications (Barria)
10 Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability (Barria)
11 Future Search Engines (Dulay)
12 Virtual Reality (Dulay)
13 Interactive Television (Nuseibeh)
14 Online Backup and Archive Technologies (Kelly)
15 Synchronous Counters (Luk)
16 Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks (Field)
17 Open Systems, Free Software? (Clarke)
18 The Next Industry Standard (Clarke)
19 Network Computers (Kriwaczek)
20 Technology and Clinical Applications (Naylor)
21 Language Identification in Multi-lingual Speech Systems (Naylor)



Automated Negotiation

Reporters Zarul Hamzah (zah) and Dharmalingam Girivendhen (dg3)
Supervisor Dr. Ph. de Wilde (p.de-wilde@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (zah) Artificially Yours
Article 1 (dg3) Automated Negotiation (1)
Article 2 (zah) Are We Learning Now?
Article 2 (dg3) Automated Negotiation (2)
Q&A Test Intelligent Agents Q&A
Report Automated Negotiation - Final Report
Proposal If you could choose a telephone company at the start of every call you make, and if their tariffs varied in time, how would you make your choice? The aim of this project is to find out what strategies have been studied, for the users as well as for the companies.

Automated negotiation is a part of distributed artificial intelligence, where processors in a network exchange information and make decisions.

Starting points:

1. J. Rosenschein and G. Zlotkin: Designing Conventions for Automated Negotiation, AI Magazine, Fall 1994, p.29-46.

2. N.K. Khoo and Denise J.J. Chen: Intelligent Agents and Games, SURPRISE 95, May-June 1995.

Library Tour Wednesday 9:45 am




Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems

Reporters Aboul Ahmad Kamil (ahak) and Heung Chui (hwc1)
Supervisor Dr. Ph. de Wilde (p.de-wilde@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (ahak) Hybrid Control in Manufacturing - The Producer Scheduler Consumer (PSC) Problem
Article 1 (hwc1) Hybrid System Control
Article 2 (ahak) Hybrid Control Conversion
Article 2 (hwc1) More about Hybrid System Control
Q&A Test Hybrid Control Systems Q&A
Report Hybrid Control Systems and Optimal Control
Proposal Some systems are easy to control if you can combine if-then-else rules with traditional control based on optimizing a function. Unfortunately these two approaches, logic and continuous mathematics, are difficult to combine, and only recently has some progress been made.

In this project you will compile an overview of the attempts that have been made to combine logic and continuous mathematics for control, working backwards in time from the starting point.

Starting point:

1. W. Kohn et al.: A Hybrid Systems Approach to Computer-Aided Control Engineering, IEEE Control Systems, April 1995, p.14-25.

Library Tour Wednesday 11 am




Computers and the Mobile Phone

Reporters Vasilis Koudounas (vk5) and Omar Iqbal (oi)
Supervisor Dr. Peter Cheung (p.cheung@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (vk5) Why Mobile Computing? Where can it be used?
Article 1 (oi) Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD): The answer to all mobile business individuals' problems?
Article 2 (vk5) Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD): What Makes it Reliable?
Article 2 (oi) Warning: Cellular Communuication May Damage Your Health
Q&A Test Q&A on Computers and the Mobile Phone
Report Mobile Computing: Past, Present and Future
Proposal The goal of this survey is to examine the impact of mobile phone technology on the future and usage of computers.
Library Tour Wednesday 9:45 am




MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks

Reporters Arran Derbyshire (arad) and Chandrarath Kulanthai (ck4)
Supervisor Dr. Peter Cheung (p.cheung@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (arad) Is ATM the future of all global communications?
Article 1 (ck4) MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks
Article 2 (arad) Why Has Communications Evolved Towards the ATM Concept?
Article 2 (ck4) What Is MPEG Video Compression Standard?
Q&A Test Q&A on MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks
Report Video Transmission Over Broadband Networks
Proposal The goal of this survey is to examine the issues of transferring video data over ATM networks.
Library Tour Wednesday 11 am




Fuzzy Logic and its Uses

Reporters Shahariz Abdul Aziz (sbaa) and Jeyakody Parthiban (jp6)
Supervisor Dr. Krysia Broda (kb@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (sbaa) You fuzzyin' with me ?
Article 1 (jp6) The Revolutionary Computer Technology that is Changing our World: Fuzzy Logic
Article 2 (sbaa) Everything You've Always Wanted to know About Designing Fuzzy Logic Machines But Were Afraid to Ask
Article 2 (jp6) Fuzzy Logic and its Uses
Q&A Test Fuzzy Logic and its Uses - Multiple Choice Questions
Report Fuzzy Logic
Proposal To survey fuzzy logic and its uses.
Library Tour Wednesday 11 am




Neural Networks and their Uses

Reporters Christos Stergiou (cs11) and Dimitrios Siganos (ds12)
Supervisor Dr. Krysia Broda (kb@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (cs11) What is a Neural Network?
Article 1 (ds12) Why Neural Networks?
Article 2 (cs11) Neural Networks, the Human Brain and Learning
Article 2 (ds12) Neural Networks in Medicine
Q&A Test Questions and Answers
Report Neural Networks
Proposal To survey neural networks and their uses, in particular to consider how neural networks can learn fuzzy rules.
Library Tour Thursday 2:15 pm (revised timing)




Applications of Genetic Algorithms

Reporters Tang Wong (tcw2) and Hiu Wong (hmw)
Supervisor Dr. Sophia Drossopoulou (scd@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (tcw2) Genetic Algorithms
Article 1 (hmw) Genetic Algorithms
Article 2 (tcw2) Artificial Life
Article 2 (hmw) GAs? Hill-Climbing?! Heuristic!
Q&A Test Questionaires??? Answers !!!
Report Genetic Algorithms
Proposal TBA
Library Tour Friday 9:45 am (revised timing)




Internet Programming - How safe is it?

Reporters Arosha Bandara (akb1) and Nishant Deshpande (nd4)
Supervisor Ms. Susan Eisenbach (se@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (akb1) Moving to Java: A Giant Leap ??
Article 1 (nd4) Is the Internet Safe?
Article 2 (akb1) Protecting Cyberspace: The Java Dimension
Article 2 (nd4) Computer Diseases Trojan Horses, Viruses & Worms
Q&A Test Internet Programming - How safe is it?: Self-Test Questions
Report Developing Cyberspace
Proposal We are seeing the arrival of a variety of languages (e.g. Java) which enable the programmer to write code that others pull off the Internet and run on their own machines. What can a malicious programmer do on your machine that you might not want?
Library Tour Friday 11 am




MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications

Reporters Shanawaz Basith (sab) and Stephen Done (srd2)
Supervisor Dr. Javier Barria (j.barria@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (sab) Digital Video: An Introduction
Article 1 (srd2) Compression of Audio and Video Information
Article 2 (sab) MPEG : Standards, Technology and Applications
Article 2 (srd2) MHEG - A Multimedia Presentation Standard
Q&A Test Q&A Test
Report Digital Video, MPEG and Associated Artifacts
Proposal Audiovisual applications, services, and equipments play an important role in people's lives as the preferred means of communication, particularly in more technologically advanced cultures.

The purpose of this work is to study the approaches followed in the development of the MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 standards and review the current MPEG work items.

Library Tour Thursday 2:15 pm




Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability

Reporters Andreas Felekis (af5) and Demetris Mili (dm9)
Supervisor Dr. Javier Barria (j.barria@ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (af5) Network Survivability and Existing Network Architectures
Article 1 (dm9) The Big Challenge: Production Costs vs Survivability in Fiber Networks
Article 2 (af5) Virtual Path Routing for Survivable ATM networks
Article 2 (dm9) Self-Healing Ring Architectures for SONET Network Applications
Q&A Test Q&A Test: SONET/ATM and Network Survivability
Report Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability
Proposal Network survivability is an issue of great concern to a telecommunications industry eager to deploy high-capacity fibre networks, since loss of services in high-capacity fibre systems due to disasters and catastrophic failures could be devastating and result in significant revenue loss.

The aim of this work is to review the advancement in matching these challenges, especially in the future B-ISDN environment.

Library Tour Wednesday 9:45 am




Future Search Engines

Reporters Anthony Hickson (arh2) and Edwin Chang (ec5)
Supervisor Dr. Naranker Dulay (nd@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (arh2) Multimedia Database Solutions
Article 1 (ec5) Of Robots, Spiders and Worms-The Search Begins....
Article 2 (arh2) Mine Your Own Business
Article 2 (ec5) Natural Language Querying...Naturally!
Q&A Test Q&A: Future Search Engines
Report Future Search Engines: Seek and Ye Shall Find!
Proposal The ability to speedily search databases for data has always been an important feature of DBMS. With the advent of very large databases, the WWW and access historical and text information, new approaches to searching for critical information are being researched. The aim of this proposal is to survey these new approaches.
Library Tour Thursday 2:15 pm




Virtual Reality

Reporters Geoffrey Wong (kcgw) and Kwok Wong (kwc2)
Supervisor Dr. Naranker Dulay (nd@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (kcgw) The Philosophy of Virtual Reality
Article 1 (kwc2) Flight Simulation: An Application of Virtual Reality
Article 2 (kcgw) Virtual Wars
Article 2 (kwc2) Telepresence in Medicine: An application of Virtual Reality
Q&A Test Q&A on Virtual Reality
Report Virtual Reality in Space Exploration
Proposal The aim of this proposal is to survey current approaches to building Virtual Reality systems. In particular the survey, will look at the potentially good applications of such technology.
Library Tour Thursday 2:15 pm




Interactive Television

Reporters Keval Pindoria (khp1) and Gerald Wong Ping Hung (phgw)
Supervisor Dr. Bashar Nuseibeh (ban@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (khp1) The Television of Tomorrow
Article 1 (phgw) The Interactive Box: Creation and Development
Article 2 (khp1) Interactive Television
Article 2 (phgw) The Interactive Box: Master or Slave
Q&A Test Interactive Television: Q&A Test
Report The Parents, The Kids, and THE INTERACTIVE TV!!!!
Proposal Televisions are increasingly being used interactively to access remote services and to provide customised viewer programmes. At the same time, personal computers can now provide the capabilities of "traditional" TV's. Where are these technologies heading? What can I expect from my TV in 10-20 years time? What can I expect from my PC? Will there be a difference?!

Starting point:

1. IEEE Spectrum Magazine, April 1996.

Library Tour Friday 9:45 am




Online Backup and Archive Technologies

Reporters Ali Anvari (aa18) and Kar Li (kwjl1)
Supervisor Dr. Paul Kelly (phjk@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (aa18) How good is a back up system?
Article 1 (kwjl1) Technology for On-Line Archiving and Retrieval
Article 2 (aa18) Office Defence 101
Article 2 (kwjl1) Mass Storage System
Q&A Test Q&A Test
Report How to avoid data disaster: the lazy man's guide
Proposal Wouldn't it be nice to have all your system's backups available on-line so that you can search and retrieve from any given date? Disk space is now so cheap (a few pence per megabyte) that it is rarely worth deleting files - the staff cost of rebuilding or relocating the information is often larger. But how do you make sure you have access to vital information if your disk is stolen, the building catches fire, or an internet worm corrupts your filestore weeks before any damage is noticed? How long will it take to receover? What if you want to keep your data but reverse a decision to switch to a new email system - is some kind of "atomic transaction" needed?

What technologies are available for providing cheap and secure backups for an organisation like DoC? Can backups be accessed on-line at reasonable cost? What would the benefits be? If a centralised backup service is used, what network traffic problems would arise?

Library Tour Friday 9:45 am




Synchronous Counters

Reporters Chin Lee (cwl3) and Guo Long (gsal)
Supervisor Dr. Wayne Luk (wl@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (cwl3) Synchronous Counters - A Brief Introduction
Article 1 (gsal) Counting in Binary
Article 2 (cwl3) Design of Synchronous Counters
Article 2 (gsal) Fast Counter Techniques
Q&A Test Synchronous Counters: Questions and Answers
Report Synchronous Counters - Final Report
Proposal This survey should tell the readers everything they want to know about synchronous counters, such as up/down-counters, uni/bi-directional counters, binary/BCD/Johnson counters. Of particular interest are techniques for developing high-speed counters, such as pipelining and use of prescalers.

The report should include:

  • a classification of counters and their applications
  • an evaluation of different implementations for the same function (eg loadable up-counters) in terms of gate count, speed etc
  • an explanation of techniques for developing high-speed counters, such as pipelining and use of prescalers; provide animation if possible
  • a comparison of implementations based on dedicated hardware and field-programmable devices in terms on speed, price, component count etc
  • complete set of references
Library Tour Friday 9:45 am




Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks

Reporters Fadi Fahham (fjf) and Rajkumar Periannan (pr4)
Supervisor Dr. Tony Field (ajf@doc.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (fjf) Cellular Communication Networks - GSM
Article 1 (pr4) Existing Technology of Cellular Networks
Article 2 (fjf) Mobile Phones in the UK and Multiple Access Systems
Article 2 (pr4) Mobile Phone Technology at a Microscopic Level
Q&A Test Questions & Answers about Cellular Networks - Mobile Phones
Report Performance Issues of Cellular Communication Networks
Proposal Cellular communication networks form the basis of all mobile telephone networks and will become increasingly used for the transmission of data. How do the existing networks work, what problems do they suffer from and what is the implication of using the same or similar media for data transmission?
Library Tour Friday 11 am (revised timing)




Open Systems, Free Software?

Reporters Robert Beck (rcb1) and Daniel Godfrey (dmg4)
Supervisor Dr. Thomas Clarke (t.clarke@.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (rcb1) Open Systems and Free Software: The Future of Computing?
Article 1 (dmg4) Linux - The Legacy
Article 2 (rcb1) Hackers Line Up Behind Linux, Will They Give Commercial Operating System Developers A Run For There Money?
Article 2 (dmg4) Software - Then, Now and the Future
Q&A Test Questions and and Answers on Open Systems, Free Software, The GNU Philosophy and The Legacy of LINUX
Report Evading The Software Squeeze
Proposal A new phenomena has emerged in the computer industry - open systems. Hardware standards such as the IBM PC are published, and "clone" manufacturers have led to a fiercely competitive market. A small but significant sector of the software industry believes that the same openness should apply to software. They argue that all software should be distributed with licences that encourage users to develop and enhance source code. In practice this means free software. As a result the GNU software (for example gcc, a state of the art C compiler) is available, free of charge, on almost any hardware platform. Recently a well supported free version of Unix called Linux has been developed which runs on IBM PCs. Linux is in some ways technically superior to competitive PC operating systems, but its future impact on the software industry remains uncertain. In this project you will be asked to review the current technical status of Linux, identify the relationships between it and commercial software application developers, and predict the likely future of free operating systems for the PC.
Library Tour Friday 11 am




The Next Industry Standard

Reporters Matthew Kwan (mk8) and Mohamad Nasir (mjbn)
Supervisor Dr. Thomas Clarke (t.clarke@.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (mk8) An Introduction to an Industry Standard Programming Language - C++
Article 1 (mjbn) Standards and relation to programming languages
Article 2 (mk8) What makes a Programming Language Popular?
Article 2 (mjbn) A Journey Through Programming Language Generations
Q&A Test Next Industry Standard - Multiple Choice Questions
Report Next Industry Standard - The Final Report
Proposal C++ is a current industry standard programming language. Previous holders of this crown have been: FORTRAN, C, BASIC (on PCs). What features of C++ make it successful? What features would you want to put in a good general purpose programming language? A good start to this investigation would be a comparison of the relative merits of your favourite selection of languages. This project does not require you to learn any new programming languages, but you will need to review the arguments which others have made for and against their favourite languages.
Library Tour Friday 11 am




Network Computers

Reporters Raja Raja Yusof (rjry) and Sahaiza Saat (ss20)
Supervisor Mr. Frank Kriwaczek (frk@.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (rjry) Moving Towards Network Computers
Article 1 (ss20) The Network Computer....: A Vision Turned Into Reality?
Article 2 (rjry) Investment on Network Computer, Is it Worthwhile?!
Article 2 (ss20) Network Computer....: The PC Killer ?!!
Q&A Test Q&A Test on Network Computers
Report The Return of Computer Terminals
Proposal This project involves an investigation into the feasability both technically and commercially of Oracle's network computer vision. We shall look behind the hype and try to forecast whether the network computer will really replace the PC on most people desktop.
Library Tour Friday 2:15 pm




Technology and Clinical Applications

Reporters Amere Oakman (ao2) and Constantine Prouskas (cbp)
Supervisor Dr. Patrick Naylor (p.naylor@.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (ao2) The Future of Medicine?
Article 1 (cbp) Human Atlases
Article 2 (ao2) Volume Graphics: The Road to Interactive Medical Imaging?
Article 2 (cbp) Telemedicine: Today and Tomorrow
Q&A Test Technology and Clinical Applications Q&A
Report Medical Robotics
Proposal The aim of this project is to survey the applications of information systems technology to the medical sector. The survey will concentrate on developments in computer aided surgery and medical imaging, identifying both current areas of research and possible future trends in the field.
Library Tour Friday 2:15 pm




Language Identification in Multi-Lingual Speech Systems

Reporters George Constantinides (gac1) and Uros Rapajic (ur1)
Supervisor Dr. Patrick Naylor (p.naylor@.ic.ac.uk)
Article 1 (gac1) A Framework For Evaluating Multilingual Systems
Article 1 (ur1) An Introduction to Multi-Lingual Speech Recognition
Article 2 (gac1) A Method For Extracting Feature Vectors From Speech
Article 2 (ur1) Using Phone Recognition and Language Modelling (PRLM) for Automatic Language Identification
Q&A Test The Language Identification Quiz
Report Language Identification in Multilingual Systems
Proposal Multilingual computer-based systems will play an important role in future information systems for our multicultural societies.

A key problem is that of Language Identification: being able to automatically recognise a language and adjust the service provided as a result. This also has immediate implications for today's technology, e.g. choosing the correct interpreter in response to an emergency service 999 call.

In this project we aim to study three areas of interest:

The differing properties of languages, including their acoustic phonetics, prosodics, phonotactics & vocabulary. How these properties help to produce an "acoustic signature" for the language under consideration.

Methods that have been applied to the problem. These share much with Speech and Speaker Recognition methods. The methods will be examined & compared for success.

Future directions. This subject is very much an ongoing research interest. Until a few years ago there was no public domain library of different spoken language samples. With the development of this library (OGI_TS) much research has been triggered with varying degrees of success.

Library Tour Friday 2:15 pm




SURPRISE 96 Volume 4

Automated Negotiation

Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems

Computers and the Mobile Phone

MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks

Fuzzy Logic and its Uses

Neural Networks and their Uses

Applications of Genetic Algorithms

Internet Programming - How safe is it?

MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications

Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability

Future Search Engines

Virtual Reality

Interactive Television

Online Backup and Archive Technologies

Synchronous Counters

Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks

Open Systems, Free Software?

The Next Industry Standard

Network Computers

Technology and Clinical Applications

Language Identification in Multi-lingual Speech Systems





SURPRISE 96 Volume 3

Automated Negotiation

Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems

Computers and the Mobile Phone

MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks

Fuzzy Logic and its Uses

Neural Networks and their Uses

Applications of Genetic Algorithms

Internet Programming - How safe is it?

MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications

Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability

Future Search Engines

Virtual Reality

Interactive Television

Online Backup and Archive Technologies

Synchronous Counters

Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks

Open Systems, Free Software?

The Next Industry Standard

Network Computers

Technology and Clinical Applications

Language Identification in Multi-lingual Speech Systems





SURPRISE 96 Volume 2

Automated Negotiation

Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems

Computers and the Mobile Phone

MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks

Fuzzy Logic and its Uses

Neural Networks and their Uses

Applications of Genetic Algorithms

Internet Programming - How safe is it?

MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications

Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability

Future Search Engines

Virtual Reality

Interactive Television

Online Backup and Archive Technologies

Synchronous Counters

Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks

Open Systems, Free Software?

The Next Industry Standard

Network Computers

Technology and Clinical Applications

Language Identification in Multi-lingual Speech Systems





SURPRISE 96 Volume 1

Automated Negotiation

Control for Hybrids of Logic and Continuous Systems

Computers and the Mobile Phone

MPEG Image Compression and ATM Networks

Fuzzy Logic and its Uses

Neural Networks and their Uses

Applications of Genetic Algorithms

Internet Programming - How safe is it?

MPEG: A Technological Basis for Multimedia Applications

Emerging Technologies for Fibre Network Survivability

Future Search Engines

Virtual Reality

Interactive Television

Online Backup and Archive Technologies

Synchronous Counters

Performance Issues in Cellular Communication Networks

Open Systems, Free Software?

The Next Industry Standard

Network Computers

Technology and Clinical Applications

Language Identification in Multi-lingual Speech Systems





SURPRISE 96 Support Team

RoleNameEmail
SURPRISE Co-ordinatorNaranker DULAYnd@doc.ic.ac.uk
ISE DirectorTony FIELDajf@doc.ic.ac.uk
Technical Reporting/SpeakingSinclair GOODLADs.goodlad@ic.ac.uk
Internet Tools & HTMLPaul DIASpbd@doc.ic.ac.uk
2nd Yr Lab OrganiserIan MOORiwm@doc.ic.ac.uk
Library ServicesEllen HAIGH (DoC,EEE)e.haigh@ic.ac.uk
Library ServicesPenny ROWE (General)p.rowe@ic.ac.uk






SURPRISE 96 Supervisors

Department of Computing

EmailSupervisor
1 kbDr. Krysia BRODA (302 WP)
2 scdDr. Sophia DROSSOPOULOU (357 Huxley)
3 ndDr. Naranker DULAY (447 Huxley)
4 seMs. Susan EISENBACH (426 Huxley)
5 ajfDr. Tony FIELD (354 Huxley)
6 phjkDr. Paul KELLY (423 Huxley)
7 frkMr. Frank KRIWACZEK (216 WP)
8 wlDr. Wayne LUK (326 Huxley)
9 banDr. Bashar NUSEIBEH (428 Huxley)

Append @doc.ic.ac.uk to email.

Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

EmailSupervisor
1 j.barriaDr. Javier BARRIA (1114 EEE)
2 p.cheungDr. Peter CHEUNG (1014 EEE)
3 t.clarkeDr. Thomas CLARKE (1011 EEE)
4 p.de-wildeDr. Phillipe DE WILDE (802 EEE)
5 p.naylorDr. Partick NAYLOR (814 EEE)

Append @ic.ac.uk to email.



SURPRISE 96 Reporters

Email First Names LastName
1 sbaa Shahariz Bin Abdul Aziz
2 ahak Aboul Hamid Ahmad Kamil
3 aa18 Ali Anvari
4 akb1 Arosha Karunadheera Bandara
5 sab Shanawaz Ahmed Basith
6 rcb1 Robert Charles Beck
7 ec5 Edwin Chang
8 hwc1 Heung Wing Chui
9 gac1 George Anthony Constantinides
10 arad Arran Robert Adrian Derbyshire
11 nd4 Nishant Deshpande
12 srd2 Stephen Richard Done
13 fjf Fadi Joseph Fahham
14 af5 Andreas Felekis
15 dg3 Dharmalingam Girivendhen
16 dmg4 Daniel Mark Godfrey
17 zah Zarul Annuar Hamzah
18 arh2 Anthony Robert Hickson
19 oi Omar Iqbal
20 vk5 Vasilis Koudounas
21 ck4 Chandrarath Kulanthai
22 mk8 Mathew Kwan
23 cwl3 Chin Wei Lee
24 kwjl1 Kar Wing Jaffe Li
25 gsal Guo Shyong Andrew Long
26 dm9 Demetris Mili
27 mjbn Mohamad Johan Bin (Mohd) Nasir
28 ao2 Amere Oakman
29 jp6 Jeyakody Parthiban
30 pr4 Rajkumar Periannan
31 khp1 Keval Harji Pindoria
32 cbp Constantine Basil Prouskas
33 rjry Raja Jamilah Raja Yusof
34 ur1 Uros Rapajic
35 ss20 Sahaiza Saat
36 ds12 Dimitrios Siganos
37 cs11 Christos Stergiou
38 hmw Hiu Man Wong
39 kcgw Ka Ching Geoffrey Wong
40 kwc2 Kwok Cheung Wong
41 tcw2 Tang Chun Wong
42 phgw Gerald Christian Wong Ping Hung