Launch of the Anne-Marie Imafidon Scholarships for Women in Technology
Durham University’s Department of Computer Science is delighted to announce the launch of its brand new Anne-Marie Imafidon Scholarships for Women in Technology (AMI Scholarships), which are now open to our next cohort of incoming female undergraduates.
New Chair in Computer Science
Dr Alexandra Cristea from Warwick University has just been appointed to a Chair in Computer Science
Award to extend research
Tobias Weinzierl and colleagues have been awarded a five month eCSE grant to extend their research.
ChromaBlur Paper Presented at Siggraph Asia 2017
Head of Computer Science, Gordon Love, and colleagues from UC Berkeley present their paper on a new method of Computer Graphics rendering which has applications in the next generation of VR and AR displays.
Combining the robustness of algebraic multigrid with the efficiency of geometric multigrid
ACM's Transactions on Mathematical Software has accepted the latest work by Marion and Tobias Weinzierl.
ExaHyPE coding week
Members of the ExaHyPE consortium meet in Durham to work on the next release of the ExaHyPE engine.
Helping Ophthalmologists diagnose holes in the retina
Amar Nasrulloh, Chris Willcocks, Philip Jackson, and Boguslaw Obara have published their latest work "Multi-scale Segmentation and Surface Fitting for Measuring 3D Macular Holes" in the IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging.
Modeling Cumulus clouds
Dr Frederick Li, Assistant Professor in Computer Science, has published his latest work on Reconstructing large-scale 3D cumulus cloud scenes from satellite images.