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Prestigious RAEng Fellowship awarded to UNLOC researcher

Domanic Lavery, a senior research associate with UNLOC has been awarded a 5-year Research Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Designed to provide support for high-quality engineers on their path to successful academic research careers, the fellowship will help Dom to continue to develop novel DSP algorithms that simplify tranceiver systems in optical networks thus expanding their capacity while reducing their cost and energy consumption. The quota restriction on applications per institution meant that Domanic was one of only 3 junior researchers  nominated to apply for the RAEng Fellowship by University College London. In a long selection process involving two review stages and an interview, the Royal Academy of Engineering awarded a total of seven fellowships to Domanic and six other "outstanding early-career engineering researchers". 

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