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Launch of the Anne-Marie Imafidon Scholarships for Women in Technology

Women in Tech

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.

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New Chair in Computer Science

Dr Alexandra Cristea from Warwick University has just been appointed to a Chair in Computer Science 

(https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/dcs/people/alexandra_cristea/).

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Award to extend research

Tobias Weinzierl and colleagues have been awarded a five month eCSE grant to extend their research. 

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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.

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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. 

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ExaHyPE coding week

Members of the ExaHyPE consortium meet in Durham to work on the next release of the ExaHyPE engine. 

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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.

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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.

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