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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-425

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xcvi Annual Report of the Delegacy In the Electrical Engineering department substantial rearrangement of equipment in the laboratories and certain minor structural altera- tions enabled an appreciable improvement to be made in the utilisation of the available space in the power laboratory Further progress was made in the revision of undergraduate teaching of electrical machines Two additional generalised machines were in- stalled The research work of the department in the fields both of electronics and of electrical machinery is making substantial demand on the computing resources of the university and this will be further in- creased by the extension of the theoretical analysis of tooth ripple phenomena into the non-linear region Work has been in progress for several years on an application of automatic control to the focusing of an electron microscope and method of automatic focusing utilising an image converter was recently brought to satisfactory stage of development Considerable progress was made in developing an automatic speech recognition system for data collection and in building up the experi- mental equipment for work on certain plasma phenomena and on radiation damage in metal single crystals Ill PUBLIC LECTURES michaelmas term 1965 Public Lectures delivered during this term were as follows Faculties of Arts and Science 'Finland-a developed and undeveloped country' and 'The Polar timber forest line' two lectures by Pro- fessor Hustich Department of Education 'Educating whole world' two Special University Lectures by Professor Langeveld Faculty of Laws Two Special University Lectures Precedent in the House of Lords to-day' by Professor Wortley and 'Cruelty in matrimonial causes' by Professor Coutts Faculty of Theology Two Special University Lectures 'Tentative approaches to Mystique of Unity' by the Reverend Fr Tavard and 'The relevance of the Old Testament' by the Reverend Professor Porteous
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