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Proposed New Building

A new, purpose-built facility is proposed to accommodate the growing Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science departments. It is important that this new building is designed around the needs of students and staff.

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BCS Ada Lovelace Colloquium

Durham CS Students attend the BCS Ada Lovelace Colloquium at Sheffield University

 

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The Power of L(o)osing Control

When does a re-implementation of mature simulation fragments with HPC DSLs pay off?

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Computer Science Alumni Meet in Seattle

Emeritus Professor Malcolm Munro was the special guest at an alumni dinner in Seattle (10th March 2018)

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Real-time 3D image segmentation

Dr. Chris Willcocks, Mr Philip Jackson, Dr Carl Nelson, Mr Amar Nasrulloh, and Dr Boguslaw Obara have just published an exciting new paper in real-time 3D image segmentation.

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Computer Science MSc teaching ranked top

A national Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) was completed across the UK last year. This survey highlighted the good results for the MSc teaching. The Department of Computer Science was ranked top across all other departments in Durham and had a significantly higher score than the average of the Russell Group.

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Robbie the Robot can help children with autism improve their confidence

Children from Fellside Community Primary School have been working with Durham University’s Computer Science Department to look at how technology could help autistic children overcome anxiety. 

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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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