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corpusLecturer in Computer Science & Informatics


Applications are invited for up to 4 Lecturer posts at the Cardiff School of Computer Science & Informatics National Software Academy (NSA).

corpusMarie Curie Fellowship 2016 call for Expressions of Interest


The School of Computer Science and Informatics is keen to host Marie Skłodowska Curie (MSCA) fellows, and is currently inviting expressions of interest from potential post-doctoral researches with an excellent track record.

corpusNational Software Academy picks up tech award


University's centre of excellence for software engineering recognised for close collaboration with business.

corpusPhD Scholarship in Data Science for Risk & Security


Applications are invited for an Industrial CASE PhD Scholarship in the area of Data Science for Risk & Security.

corpusCombining technology, healthcare and innovation at NHS Hack Day


Students and staff from the Cardiff University School of Computer Science & Informatics enjoyed a fun and successful day at the recent NHS Hack Day, winning a number of prizes.

corpusPhD Scholarship in Computer Science & Informatics 2016


Applications are invited for a number of PhD Scholarships in Computer Science & Informatics.

corpusPhD 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.

corpusCyber risk research recognised by world-leading insurers


Computer Science researchers pick up award for developing new methods to detect malicious links on Twitter.

corpusEnhancing the student experience at the School of Computer Science & Informatics


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.


School staff and students who wish to contribute to this section should contact the School Administrator H Williams.

Research Seminar


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

Meeting on Computational and Analytic Problems in Spectral Theory

06.06.2016 - 09.06.2016

Sponsored by the School of Computer Science & Informatics at Cardiff University and the London Mathematical Society this meeting will focus on both analytic and computational questions which arise in Direct and Inverse spectral problems for ODEs, Elliptic and Maxwell differential systems.
Contact: Malcolm Brown

Talks and Seminars

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