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A meeting of minds


University experts have met with counterparts from our international partner, KU Leuven, to discuss modern aspects of analysis and scientific computing.

Students return from placements for final year


A group of students have returned to the School after completing their placements in industry, both at home and abroad.

Computer scientists to use Twitter to predict LA hate crime


University researchers to create statistical tool that uses the social media site to predict hate crime in Los Angeles.

corpusHistory of the Human Brain


Our experts suggest that complex decisions of whether to help someone or not could have led to the disproportionately large human brain.

corpusYou did it! School Graduation 2016


The School of Computer Science & Informatics was delighted to celebrate our graduating students last week.

corpusComputer Science at STEM Live! event


Sixth-formers from across South Wales experience Computer Science at the University as part of interactive science event.

corpusTracking cybercrime at Euro 2016


University researchers will deploy 'intelligent system' to track the spreading of malicious viruses across Twitter during Euro 2016.

corpusResearch Under the Spotlight at Special Event


The latest Research Retreat hosted by the School of Computer Science & Informatics for current PhD students has been a huge success.

corpus'Big Data' project for Admiral and Cardiff


The School has joined forces with Admiral to work on two Big Data analytics Knowledge Transfer Partnership projects.


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Talks and Seminars

The School has a number of regular seminar programmes, check below for complete timetables: