Lilia Potseluyko Amobi, a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate from the University of Strathclyde, is undertaking an industry-led project with Caithness based Norscot Ltd, brokered by Interface.
Lilia’s three-year project is focused on designing Virtual Reality software for the self-build housing industry enabling customers, architects, and other professionals to visually communicate, reducing the average project cycle of the design of houses.
The partnership won Innovation of the Year at the 2018 Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards and Lilia was shortlisted for Innovator of the Future Award at the 2020 Awards.
Projects like the one that Lilia has undertaken are hugely important for graduates, our Innovators of the Future. Taking their degree and applying that expertise into a real business setting provides technical, managerial, and personal skills. Working between the academic and business worlds can really accelerate career progression and increase innovation.
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