Assistant/Associate Professors in Computer Science (5 posts)
We are hiring! We are interested in three broad areas of Computer Science – but we will consider any area of applied Computer Science. Further details on the areas we are interested in can be found below and here. Closing date 15th November 2018.
Steven Bradley: Chair of the UK and Ireland Chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education
Dr. Steven Bradley has been interviewed by the ACM as one of its People of ACM European Chapters. Read his interview here.
Talk at Schlumberger Cambridge
Dr. Tobias Weinzierl has given a talk on ExaHyPE at the Schlumberger Gould Research Center in Cambridge, UK.
Computer Science Awarded Athena Swan Bronze Award
Computer Science has been awarded an Athena Swan Bronze Award, recognising our commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion.
Green Light for New Home for Computer Science
The creation of a brand new facility to house the departments of Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science has been given the green light by Durham County Council. Planning permission was granted for the project at a committee meeting on 4 September.
Lead article in Journal of Vision on Computer Graphics & Human Vision
Prof. Gordon Love's work, in collaboration with one of Durham's long-standing visitors, Prof. Martin Banks, from UC Berkeley, recently published the lead article in the Journal of Vision on a new method of producing realistic computer-generated images.
HPC Coding: The Power of L(o)osing Control
The news site HPC Wire has recently cited/republished one of Tobias Weinzierl's articles:
PhD Studentship in earthquake geodesy and machine-learning,
Department of Earth Sciences, Durham University
We are pleased to announce that an exciting opportunity has arisen for a fully funded, three year PhD studentship to start in February 2019 on the following topic:
Primary Supervisor: Dr Richard Walters, Department of Earth Sciences
Researchers awarded nearly £600k to boost diversity in Engineering and Physical Sciences
Computer Science helps to contribute billions of pounds to the UK economy each year. Here at Durham University’s Department of Computer Science we want to bring in the best staff and students – to harness and foster the skills, talents, and creativity of a wealth of difference experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives.
Congratulations to Lama Omar who recently passed her PhD viva with minor corrections.
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