Applications are invited for a number of PhD Scholarships in Computer Science & Informatics.
PhD Scholarship: in Computational modelling and prediction of brain shift to improve surgical navigation
Seeking two PhD students to join a research team developing computational modelling and MRI for surgical planning.
Computer Science researchers pick up award for developing new methods to detect malicious links on Twitter.
Students are acting as tutors and role models to a new generation of even younger computer scientists, as well as helping to educate school teachers who may be unfamiliar with the subject.
A new web-based application is transforming the way in which patients with debilitating knee conditions are able to monitor and assess their rehabilitation progress and could potentially improve on recovery times.
The School is contributing to Cardiff University playing a key role in developing the first ever large-scale corpus of the Welsh language, compiling an initial data set of 10 million Welsh words.
New software engineering degree programme will equip graduates with "on the job" experience required by employers.
School staff and students who wish to contribute to this section should contact the School Administrator H Williams.
Sebastian Riedel (University College London) will be giving a talk entitled 'Embedding Probabilistic Logic for Machine Reading,' at 2:30pm in room C/2.07 as part of the School research seminar programme.
Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos (Queen's University of Belfast), will be giving a talk entitled 'Advances towards Energy-Efficient and Resilient HPC: Scaling Up, Out, or Back?' at 2:30pm in room C/2.07 as part of the School's Research Seminar Programme.
Contact: Paul Rosin
Awais Rashid (Lancaster University) will be giving a talk titled 'Understanding Cyber Risk as Business Risk in Industrial Control Environments' at 2:30pm in room C/2.07 as part of the School research seminar programme.
Contact: Paul Rosin
Talks and Seminars
The School has a number of regular seminar programmes, check below for complete timetables: