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Dundee University professor elected to prestigious Academy

Professor Vicki Hanson, who holds the Chair of Inclusive Technologies at the University of Dundee, has been elected to the CHI Academy, an honour given to individuals who have... (continued)

20 Mar 2017 Vicki Hanson
Dundee Computing researcher wins Life Sciences prize

A team led by Rolf Black, a Research Assistant in Computing at the University of Dundee, has won Project of the Year at the School of Life Sciences Research Symposium held... (continued)

17 Mar 2017 SLS prizewinners (Rolf Black second from right)
Space Research at Dundee’s Mills Observatory

Members of the public can visit a free project in Dundee which demonstrates how a minuscule worm helps with world-leading research. Mills Observatory’s ‘Outer Space/Inner Space... (continued)

16 Jan 2017 Rolf Black with the microscope
Computing PhD Student wins Best Paper at Argumentation Conference

Postgraduate Computing student Rory Duthie has been awarded Best Student Paper Prize at the 6th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2016) in... (continued)

25 Nov 2016 Rory Duthie presenting at COMMA
University of Dundee space-tech to land on Mars

A new era of Mars exploration for Europe will begin today when the ExoMars Mission 2016 lands on our neighbouring red planet, with the help of technology developed at the University of Dundee.

19 Oct 2016 ExoMars departing from Earth (Image: ESA/ATG medialab)
Datalab students are YouTube stars

The DataLab MSc is a collaboration between several Scottish universities (including the University of Dundee) and The Data Lab, to help develop Data Science talent for... (continued)

11 Oct 2016 Datalab MSc
User Centre celebrates a decade of discovery

The pioneering User Centre at the University of Dundee will celebrate a decade of bringing the benefits of modern technology to the elderly and adults with severe communication... (continued)

22 Sep 2016 Users hard at work in the User Centre
Dundee to lead The GROW Observatory – an EU-wide 'citizen science' project

The GROW Observatory – an EU-wide 'citizen science' project for growers, gardeners, small and family farmers, and space scientists

The GROW Observatory is a massive,... (continued)

5 Sep 2016 GROW logo
£1 million project aims to help people with complex disabilities enjoy conversation

A £1 million research project which aims to dramatically change the way people with no speech and complex disabilities can converse with others has been launched by the... (continued)

2 Sep 2016 ACE-LP users
Computing@Dundee achieves high rankings in NSS 2016

Computing programmes at the University of Dundee have again been rated very highly in the National Student Survey. 97% of our students agreed that they were satisfied overall... (continued)

19 Aug 2016 1st in Scotland
Pokémon GO! features first came together in Dundee

Pokémon GO! is the latest craze to sweep the world of mobile gaming apps, but its main features may have first come together in a game developed at the University of Dundee. The... (continued)

22 Jul 2016 A Shade in the Shade Hunter game
School pupils research latest technology at the University of Dundee

While many school pupils spend their summer bored with nothing to do, three local high school pupils have sacrificed their holidays to spend four to six weeks as Nuffield... (continued)

11 Jul 2016 Nuffield Students
Baldragon Academy wins the 2016 Strathmore Trophy

The Strathmore Trophy competition has been running at the University of Dundee since 1996 and encourages pupils from all over Scotland to compete to solve a computing problem.... (continued)

28 Jun 2016 Strathmore Trophy 2016
Computing PhD Symposium showcases exciting research

The University of Dundee’s 6th annual Computing PhD Symposium was held on the 23rd/24th May in the Queen Mother Building. At this annual event, PhD students are given the... (continued)

20 Jun 2016 Haocheng receives his prize from Professor Tim Newman
Researchers work with BBC to help dementia patients enjoy conversation

Researchers from the Universities of Dundee and St Andrews have collaborated with the BBC to help people who live with dementia and their carers to have mutually enjoyable... (continued)

16 Jun 2016 BBC
Professor Vicki Hanson elected President of Association for Computer Machinery

The University of Dundee’s Professor Vicki Hanson has been elected President of the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM), the world’s largest computing society. Professor... (continued)

30 May 2016 Vicki Hanson
BBC launches dementia application in collaboration with University of Dundee

Researchers from the Universities of Dundee and St Andrews have collaborated with the BBC to help people who live with dementia and their carers to have mutually enjoyable... (continued)

24 May 2016 Dolls house in old BBC footage
Computing Seminar on Conversational Interfaces

Start: 11 May 12:00PM End: 11 May 1:00PM
Location: Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Computing, Queen Mother Building

Professor Oliver Lemon will describe how conversational... (continued)

10 May 2016 Professor Oliver Lemon
Computing Degree Show 2016

Software engineers, games developers, computer programmers, tech entrepreneurs and other digital pioneers from the University of Dundee will this week showcase their innovative... (continued)

2 May 2016 Computing Degree Show 2016
Queen Mother Building Celebrates 10 Years of Computing Excellence

The 3rd of March 2016 marks the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Queen Mother Building by the Princess Royal. The building is home to the University of Dundee's academics... (continued)

3 Mar 2016 QMB 10 year anniversary
Prof Alan Newell named as a 'Human Computer Interface Pioneer'

Prof Alan Newell, who created the original School of Computing at Dundee University, has been named as a “Human Computer Interface Pioneer”. Ben Shneiderman, a leading computing... (continued)

24 Feb 2016 Prof Alan Newell
Cross-Atlantic collaboration wins University of Dundee academic Best Paper Award at world-renowned conference

University of Dundee Computing lecturer, Dr David Flatla, has won a Best Paper award at the CHI conference in California. Flatla collaborated with the University of Washington... (continued)

10 Feb 2016 Dr David Flatla
Lego robots to battle waste – and each other

Lego robots will this weekend battle it out at the University of Dundee to prove they have what it takes to help to tackle the world’s waste problems. The FIRST LEGO League (FLL)... (continued)

19 Jan 2016 FirstLegoLeague
Dundee named among world’s 'most international’ universities

The University of Dundee has been named among the world’s `most international’ universities in a new global list compiled by the leading higher education journal, Times Higher... (continued)

14 Jan 2016 most-influential
New Year Honours for University staff

The New Year Honours list has seen University of Dundee staff rewarded for their work and contribution to society. Professor Annalu Waller, Chair of Human Communication... (continued)

5 Jan 2016
International Conference success for our undergraduate

Our 4th Year Computing Science student Andrew Pond has recently had a research paper accepted at the Thirteenth International Symposium on Functional and Logic Programming (FLOPS... (continued)

7 Dec 2015 Andrew Pond
A voyage to outer space – and inner space

The Mills Observatory in Dundee – the UK’s only municipal observatory – is celebrating 80 years of stargazing this year. To help mark the occasion the University of Dundee has... (continued)

4 Dec 2015 Outer Space/ Inner Space
Thales UK Early Careers to visit University of Dundee Computing students

Scott Smith and Bryan Haddow, both graduates of Computing at the School of Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee, will visit students to speak about the career... (continued)

1 Dec 2015 Thales
Dundee Lecturer describes the weapon that defeated Hitler’s supergun

A University of Dundee lecturer will give an insight into the British secret weapon that spiked a Nazi `supergun’ on a Channel 4 documentary this Sunday [22nd November].... (continued)

19 Nov 2015 IainMurray
University of Dundee contributes to Best Paper at the ACM ITS 2015

Postdoc researcher, Dr Kyle Montague, from Computing at the School of Science and Engineering, University of Dundee has been awarded ‘Best Paper’ at the ACM ITS (Interactive... (continued)

18 Nov 2015
M2MCloud visit Computing students at the University of Dundee

Computing graduates Emily McDonald and Toby Philp from M2M Cloud paid a visit to the University of Dundee to share their experience about life after graduation. Emily graduated... (continued)

18 Nov 2015 M2M
M2M Cloud to visit Computing students at the University of Dundee

Wolfson Theatre, Wednesday 18th November at 2pm

Emily McDonald and Toby Philp (School of Computing Graduates)

M2M Cloud are a complete software solutions... (continued)

17 Nov 2015 M2M
Engineering and computer-science degrees give the best financial return

The economies of the rich world increasingly depend upon skilled workers, and college degrees are in high demand. In 1972 a university-educated man aged 25-34 could expect to... (continued)

13 Nov 2015 Employability
MRC PhD opportunities within Computing, School of Science and Engineering and School of Medicine

Applications are invited to MRC PhD opportunities within Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP) at Computing, School of Science and Engineering and the School of Medicine... (continued)

13 Nov 2015
CAS Scotland 2015 in the QMB

The prestigious Computing At School Scotland annual conference takes place at the University of Dundee. An array of workshops and seminars to take place in the Queen Mother... (continued)

4 Nov 2015
Success for University of Dundee at MICCAI 2015

Academic staff from the Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP) group of the University of Dundee presented three papers, one invited talk and co-organized one satellite... (continued)

19 Oct 2015 MICCIA
University of Dundee's role in reaching Mars

It’s the latest blockbuster film in which an astronaut is left behind on the planet Mars and has to fight for survival. The tale might sound far-fetched, but a leading academic... (continued)

12 Oct 2015 Sentinel1
iGEM team to show off their `forensic toolkit’ at Café Science

The University of Dundee’s student iGEM team has just returned from the World finals of the competition in Boston with a Gold Medal. Now they are set to show off their work to... (continued)

8 Oct 2015 iGEM
Computing students challenged to redesign TEG website

Fourth year Computing students were invited to redesign a website, a challenge set by Enterprise Gym (TEG) at the University of Dundee. The project ran over three weeks and was... (continued)

8 Oct 2015 TEG CHallenge
Dundee named among the world’s top 200 universities

The University of Dundee has been ranked as one of the world’s top 200 universities, just weeks after being named as Scottish University of the Year. Dundee was ranked 185th in... (continued)

1 Oct 2015 Top_200
University’s gender equality commitment earns more Athena SWAN awards

The University of Dundee’s work in advancing gender equality across the institution has been recognised with two more Athena SWAN Bronze awards. These Athena SWAN awards... (continued)

1 Oct 2015 AthenaSWAN
£1.1million AI grant to mine arguments and analyse opinion

University of Dundee researchers are to bring the work of ancient Greek and Roman scholars together with cutting-edge technology to solve an Artificial Intelligence challenge... (continued)

29 Sep 2015 Chris Reed
Computing alumni Jonathon shares work experience that is out of this world

Jonathon Wilson has known from a young age that he wanted to be involved in the aerospace field. His dream was realised three years ago when he was offered a traineeship at the... (continued)

29 Sep 2015 Jonathon Wilson
Computing Science among highest paying degrees

Deciding which degree to study at university can be a difficult decision for many students, however, whilst you should complete a degree in a subject you are passionate about,... (continued)

21 Sep 2015
2015 Graduate finalist in Young Software Engineer of the Year Award

Emily McDonald, who graduated in June 2015 with a 1st class Honours Degree in Computing Science, has been awarded a finalist certificate at the Young Software Engineer of the... (continued)

18 Sep 2015 Emily McDonald
Dundee is Scottish University of the Year

The University of Dundee has been named Scottish University of the Year in The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide. Dundee’s success follows a sharp rise in its... (continued)

18 Sep 2015 SUOTY2016
Computing Lecturer to speak at BBC's Digital Technology Event

Dr David Flatla, a Lecturer and Fellow in Computing at the University of Dundee, will be providing a talk at a major UK-wide initiative which will inspire a new generation to get... (continued)

16 Sep 2015 MakeItDigital
Latest DLHE survey highlights the success of our recent Computing graduates

95% of recent graduates from Computing at the University of Dundee are in employment or further study. This key employment indicator is taken from the latest Destinations of... (continued)

15 Sep 2015 DLHE
University of Dundee Computing Professors Emeriti awarded industry impact accolade

A paper by Professor Emeriti of the University of Dundee’s computing division has received an industry impact award for its influence in research and practise. The SIGACCESS... (continued)

1 Sep 2015
University Professor attends Heidelberg Laureate Forum

Vicki Hanson, Professor of Inclusive Technologies at the University of Dundee, will be representing ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum... (continued)

25 Aug 2015
Computing student step closer to releasing game for online purchase

A fourth year Applied Computing student at the University of Dundee, has developed a game which has come a step closer to be listed on a gaming site for users to purchase games... (continued)

14 Aug 2015 Treasures of Arcania
Dundee top in Scotland in 2015 National Student Survey

The University of Dundee has been ranked top in Scotland and 15th in the UK in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS). Dundee University Students’ Association (DUSA) remains the... (continued)

12 Aug 2015
Emily secures job at internet based machine-to-machine systems provider

Emily McDonald, a graduate in Computing Science, has secured a job at Concirrus, one of the leading players in the Internet of Things (IoT) evolution. Concirrus build the... (continued)

10 Jul 2015 Emily McDonald
Computing graduate offered an internship in Silicon Valley

Computing Science graduate, Jekabs Stikans, will be travelling to San Francisco this summer to take part in the Silicon Valley Internship Programme (SVIP) which gives newly... (continued)

3 Jul 2015 Jekabs Skikams
Applied Computing student launches campaign to develop 2D game ‘Treasures of Arcania’

An Applied Computing student has launched a Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight campaign for her game ‘Treasures of Arcania’, a 2D sidescrolling, role play game with pixel art... (continued)

3 Jul 2015 Treasures of Arcania
Computing graduates receive prizes and membership to professional body

Graduates of Computing at the University of Dundee attended a ceremony to receive prizes and official professional membership of BCS- The Chartered Institute of IT. Membership of... (continued)

1 Jul 2015 Alexander Grant receives the BCS Tayside and Fife Award
Dr Keith Edwards receives University of Dundee Chancellor’s Award

Dr Keith Edwards of the School of Computing at the University of Dundee has received the University of Dundee Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award... (continued)

30 Jun 2015 keith edwards
First John Gibson Awards to be presented

The first ever winners of the John Gibson Award for Services to Computing at the University of Dundee will receive their prize later today. The University’s School of Computing... (continued)

26 Jun 2015
Father to watch daughter graduate from stage

Proud fathers are not exactly in short supply at the University of Dundee’s Graduation ceremonies but only one will be on the stage with his daughter when she receives her degree... (continued)

25 Jun 2015 Iain Murray
Students Gearing Up for Graduation 2015

The School of Computing graduation is being held in the Caird Hall on Friday 26th June 2015 at 1000, and many of the graduating students will be attending the garden party at the... (continued)

23 Jun 2015 Graduates celebrate
SICSA Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Patricia Johann, is coming to Dundee

This summer, the School of Computing is hosting SICSA Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patricia Johann, a Professor of Computer Science at Appalachian State University. Patricia was... (continued)

22 Jun 2015 Patricia Johann
Eye imaging software could aid disease diagnosis, study suggests

Imaging technology that scans blood vessels in the eye could be used to help diagnose a wide range of diseases, according to a study carried out by the Universities of Edinburgh... (continued)

9 Jun 2015
Dundee to host `App-a-thon’ Guinness World Record attempt

The University of Dundee will be part of a Guinness World Record attempt this weekend when locals can boost the effort to reach the largest number of people simultaneously... (continued)

9 Jun 2015 School of Computing
University of Dundee Computing students host industrial showcase for games programming

Third year computing students at the University of Dundee hosted a showcase for games programming with companies Tag, Outplay and Future Fossil amongst the attendees. The... (continued)

1 Jun 2015
Software Testing Event a Success

University of Dundee computing students have investigated software testing at the LogicNow tech event in the company’s Dundee Vision HQ. Students gained hands-on experience of... (continued)

29 May 2015 Students at LogocNow event
PhD prize winners announced at symposium

The School of Computing (SoC) has held its annual PhD symposium

http://phdsymp15. computing.

27 May 2015 Winners 2015
Dundee on the rise in Guardian league tables

The University of Dundee is among the fastest risers in the 2016 Guardian University Rankings, released today. Dundee is placed 38th in this year’s rankings, up nine places from 47th last year.

26 May 2015
Software testing event off to a flying start

University of Dundee computing students are investigating software testing at the LogicNow tech event in the company’s Dundee Vision HQ. Students are gaining hands-on experience... (continued)

26 May 2015 na
School of Computing co-hosts Microsoft Devices & Networking Summit 2015

The School of Computing @ The University of Dundee is proud to co-host Microsoft Devices & Networking Summit 2015 featuring DJCAD's Jon Rogers.

13 May 2015 Microsoft Devices & Networking Summit
Students showcase life-changing work at Computing Degree Show 2015

Hundreds of guests, students and members of staff gathered in the University’s Queen Mother Building on Wednesday afternoon for a successful Computing Degree Show 2015.... (continued)

7 May 2015 Final year students outsdie the Queen Mother Building
Computing Degree Show 2015

Software engineers, games developers, computer programmers, tech entrepreneurs and other digital pioneers from the University of Dundee will this week showcase their innovative... (continued)

5 May 2015
‘appy women eye world record

The University of Dundee is supporting BCSWomen – British Computer Society Women – in its attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people... (continued)

5 May 2015
Honours students gear up for Computing Degree Show 2015

The University of Dundee Computing Degree Show 2015 will open on Wednesday, May 6 with 40 projects from emerging software engineers, developers, interaction specialists,... (continued)

24 Apr 2015 Degree show banner
University’s first TEDx will make a difference

Some of the University of Dundee’s top researchers will be sharing ideas worth spreading when they take part in the institution’s first TEDx event next month.... (continued)

13 Apr 2015
Dundee’s student experience top in Scotland once again

The University of Dundee has been recognised as offering the best student experience in Scotland for the sixth year in succession, according to the latest Times Higher Education... (continued)

9 Apr 2015
‘HackDee’ goes without a glitch

Around 60 students from universities across the UK gathered in Dundee over Easter weekend for the University’s inaugural hackathon – ‘HackDee’. Participants travelled from as far... (continued)

6 Apr 2015 HackDee Logo
Students gather for HackDee - Saturday 4th April

This weekend the School of Computing at the University of Dundee is hosting ‘Hackdee’, its first ever hackathon. A hackathon is an event where computer programmers and others... (continued)

3 Apr 2015 HackDee logo
‘Computers are only for Geeks’ – Tuesday, 24th March

The idea that computers are only for geeks will be challenged by Dr Karen Petrie, from the University of Dundee, and professional comedian Susan Morrison tomorrow evening. The... (continued)

23 Mar 2015 na
Students to learn about BT graduate opportunities

Computing students interested in a career with telecommunications giant BT should head to Wolfson on Wednesday, March 18, to hear about the company’s graduate scheme. University... (continued)

17 Mar 2015
Leading firms visit Dundee to speed network with students

Companies from Scotland and beyond have visited the University of Dundee to talk to computing students about placement opportunities with their firms. Six companies, ranging from... (continued)

4 Mar 2015 Company Be Positive at the speed networking event
China agreement declared a success as student group leaves Dundee

The University has said farewell to four Chinese students who have spent the last six months studying computing in Dundee. The students travelled to the city as part of an... (continued)

27 Feb 2015 The National University of Defence Technology
Computing centre stage at Women in Science festival

Dundee will once again celebrate the achievements of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) when the 2015 Women in Science Festival takes place from 7th-28th... (continued)

26 Feb 2015 Festival art
'Street' celebrations for Chinese New Year

Staff and students in the University of Dundee’s School of Computing celebrated Chinese New Year on Sunday, February 22 with a special afternoon of food and stories. Around 30... (continued)

23 Feb 2015 School of Computing team celebrate Chinese New Year
Computing Dean Professor Hughes Awarded Personal Chair

Professor Janet Hughes, Dean of the School of Computing and Head of Learning and Teaching for the College of Art, Science and Engineering has been awarded a Personal Chair. Janet... (continued)

23 Feb 2015 Professor Janet Hughes, Dean of the School of Computing and Head of Learning and Teaching for the College of Art, Science and Engineering
University celebrates older group’s role in creating inclusive technologies

Around 90 older adults from across Scotland have visited the University of Dundee for a special event to celebrate their work with researchers to develop more inclusive... (continued)

9 Feb 2015 Older person testing a new design
Dundee’s unique 'window on the world' reaches 40th anniversary

The Dundee Satellite Receiving Station, which receives and archives thousands of detailed images of planet earth, is celebrating its 40th birthday this month. University of... (continued)

4 Feb 2015 First satellite being installed
Travel search engine Skyscanner visits the School of Computing

Recent School of Computing graduates from travel search engine Skyscanner will talk about working for the company on Wednesday, February 4 in the Wolfson Theatre. Please come... (continued)

3 Feb 2015
SiDE User Group to be celebrated at event to mark culmination of project

Computing researchers from the University of Dundee will bring together hundreds of older people from Tayside and Fife in February to thank them for their taking part in research... (continued)

2 Feb 2015
Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems – Presentation 21/01/15, 2pm, Wolfson Theatre, Queen Mother Building

Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems

In the talk I’ll first introduce TMVS, what we do and the kinds of opportunities we have for staff, internships, and students. I’ll... (continued)

21 Jan 2015 Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems – Presentation
MSc projects tackle real world problems

Students on the Data Science and Business Intelligence MSc courses have presented their projects in the School of Computing’s Queen Mother Building. Fifteen students displayed... (continued)

16 Jan 2015
School says Sad Farewell to John Gibson

Our friend and colleague John Gibson sadly passed away during the Christmas vacation. John was one of the most frequent visitors from our group of "silver surfers" and was a... (continued)

9 Jan 2015 John Gibson at the BT Tower
Excellent NSS results just one highlight of 2014

The 2014 National Student Survey (NSS) results have highlighted another successful year for programmes here in the School of Computing. Each year the NSS surveys final year ... (continued)

23 Dec 2014
Dundee computing research among the best in the world

- School of Computing research third in Scotland and 22nd in the UK

The majority of the School of Computing’s research has been rated ‘world leading’ and ‘internationally... (continued)

18 Dec 2014
Come along to our Christmas Hour of Code on Sunday, December 14

Fancy learning how to code a snowflake with the cast of Disney hit Frozen?

Then come along to the 'Christmas Hour of Code' - a School of Computing and CodeClub event that... (continued)

5 Dec 2014
Computing students win £500 industry prize

A group of University of Dundee students is celebrating after winning £500 in a competition to design a piece of software that helps product managers do their jobs better. A... (continued)

4 Dec 2014 The prize-winning students with some of the judges
Bespoke gifts are code for Christmas

A model of the solar system which calculates the gravity on each planet is one of the 20 gifts created for the upcoming Encoded Heart exhibition. On Tuesday, December 2 Encoded... (continued)

1 Dec 2014
Dundee Developer day to tackle `big data’

Computing power means more data is now being generated in one year than has ever been collected before, including everything from social media to massive scientific experiments.... (continued)

28 Nov 2014
Industry experts judge computing students

Industry experts from DataStax Enterprise have visited the University of Dundee to judge the results of a third-year module in internet programming. More than 60 students created... (continued)

28 Nov 2014
Students celebrate at Annual Ball and prizegiving

On Friday evening, the Dundee University Computing Society (DUCS) held their Annual Ball at the Queens Hotel, Dundee. Attended by many of the School’s students including... (continued)

28 Nov 2014
School of Computing graduates celebrate at winter ceremony

Around 20 students from the School of Computing have graduated in this year’s University of Dundee winter ceremonies. The afternoon ceremony on Thursday, November 20 saw... (continued)

20 Nov 2014
School of Computing team wows accessibility conference

A University of Dundee team has returned from a successful conference in America where it contributed extensively to the world’s premier research meeting on computing and... (continued)

5 Nov 2014
Binary meets bracelets for Dundee Science Festival

Staff from the School of Computing will be making digital games and loom band bracelets on Sunday, November 2 as they work with children during the Dundee Science Festival. The... (continued)

31 Oct 2014
£1.13million study to discover if eye test can give early Alzheimer’s warning

Researchers at the University of Dundee will lead a £1. 13million project to help establish if an eye test can be used to reveal the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

27 Oct 2014
Arnold Clark Summer Internship and Graduate Scheme

A University of Dundee graduate visited The School of Computing to meet 3rd year Applied Computing students and provide an opportunity for students to apply for the Arnold Clark... (continued)

22 Oct 2014
Gain a Competitive Edge with Big Data in Retail Financial Services at London Conference

Professor Mark Whitehorn, Chair of Analytics at the School of Computing, will speak about unusual analytical techniques that can give companies and banks a competitive edge,... (continued)

20 Oct 2014
Malawian potato disease challenge motivates students

A group of fourth-year students in the School of Computing (SoC) is celebrating after designing a prize-winning app to spot potato disease. The students were set a brief by... (continued)

7 Oct 2014
Graduate’s eHealth app wins national recognition

Applied Computing graduate, Heather Ellis, has been recognised in the Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards 2014. School of Computing graduate Heather was runner up with her... (continued)

3 Oct 2014 Image of Heather's award
School bids farewell to Dr Nick Hine

The School of Computing bade farewell to one of its longest-serving lecturers on Wednesday, with the departure of Dr. Nick Hine.

1 Oct 2014 Nick is presented with his cake by Sharon (who made it)
Space tech spin out is business of the year

Space technology company STAR-Dundee has been hailed “a role model spin out” after the firm won business of the year at the Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s inaugural awards.... (continued)

25 Sep 2014
Congratulations to School of Computing Research Assistant, Daniel Herron

Daniel recently secured a PhD studentship on the topic of ‘Digital Separations’, at the University of Dundee. He will be examining what happens to the digital materials that... (continued)

22 Sep 2014
SoC student stars alongside Billy Connolly

Lewis Davie, Applied Computing student, will attend the premiere of a new film that he features in on Mon 22 September. Lewis stars in the BBC film, ‘What We Did on Our Holiday’.

19 Sep 2014
'Lung Ranger' lassoes the UK Cystic Fibrosis community

A team of Dundee students who are developing a device to help combat some of the effects of cystic fibrosis (CF) have been invited to present their idea at a national CF... (continued)

12 Sep 2014
Science of argumentation explored at international computing conference

Artificial intelligence technologies for understanding human reasoning, debate and argument will be examined as the Universities of Dundee and Aberdeen host an international... (continued)

9 Sep 2014
A Successful Summer for SoC Graduate

Applied Computing graduate, Heather Ellis, has been shortlisted for a Young Software Engineer of the Year Award 2014. Heather was nominated by the School of Computing in... (continued)

8 Sep 2014 Heather Ellis
Dundee team triumphs in global algorithm contest

A University of Dundee team has won an international competition to create software to help in the diagnosis of connective tissue diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. The... (continued)

26 Aug 2014 The winning plaques
Dean of Computing takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

Janet Hughes, the Dean of the School of Computing, took the Ice Bucket Challenge today, after being nominated by her sister and a colleague. Two buckets of freshly iced water... (continued)

25 Aug 2014 Janet Hughes takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
Open Day - Aug 27th, 11am-4pm

Come along to our main open day event where you can join thousands of students in exploring our fantastic campus that is rated number 1 for student experience. Open days are... (continued)

21 Aug 2014 Queen Mother Building
Fully funded places available for MSc in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Do you or someone you know want to be part of a unique multidisciplinary MSc Course, supporting people who have no speech?

The University of Dundee is proud to offer a... (continued)

20 Aug 2014 AAC system in use
Chinese students say "goodbye" to Dundee

Visiting Chinese students have said a fond farewell to Dundee as the College of Art, Science and Engineering’s first-ever Summer School drew to a close. More than 70 students and... (continued)

19 Aug 2014 Students visited Loch Ness during the Summer School
Build traffic lights… at the University of Dundee Open Day

Visitors will get the opportunity to use basic computing skills to make a set of traffic lights as part of the upcoming University of Dundee Open Day. On Wednesday, August 27th... (continued)

19 Aug 2014 Visitors will build a basic set of traffic lights
Clearing for Rest of the UK students

We have vacancies for September 2014 entry for the following subject areas:

- Applied Computing (BSc)
- Applied Computing: Human Computer Interaction (BSc - 3 year... (continued)

14 Aug 2014
Fully funded places available for MSc in Data Engineering

The world is awash with data and much more is on the way. Engineers are urgently required to deal with this tidal wave of Big Data by developing the infrastructure to store, manage, and analyse data.

13 Aug 2014
Chinese students praise first-ever Summer School

Visiting Chinese students have hailed the College of Art, Science and Engineering’s (CASE) first-ever Summer School, thanking staff for giving them the opportunity to... (continued)

12 Aug 2014
Fully funded postgraduate places available

An initiative to develop a high-level skills base across key sectors of the Scottish economy has led to the creation of dozens of fully funded postgraduate places at the... (continued)

12 Aug 2014
Fully-Funded PhD position in Functional Programming

One PhD position is available at the University of Dundee, Scotland, for current UK-residents only. Contact

Katya Komendantskaya - katya@computing.

14 Jul 2014
European Women in Computing

Vicki Hanson, Professor at the School of Computing, and Chair of Inclusive Technologies, has co-authored a great piece about ‘European Women in Computing’. The article features... (continued)

7 Jul 2014
School of Computing lecturer speaks at Barnes Wallis meeting

On 26th June, Dr Iain Murray from the School of Computing gave an invited talk at the annual meeting of the Barnes Wallis Memorial Trust in Howden, Yorkshire. Dr Murray has been... (continued)

27 Jun 2014 A Lancaster of 617 Squadron releases a Tallboy towards the Tirpitz
SoC Researcher meets European Leaders in Eye Health Care

Leading academics and PhD research fellows recently returned from an EU sponsored research meeting held last week in Crete, Greece. Joined by colleagues from top ranking European... (continued)

25 Jun 2014 Roberto with a group of 12 other researchers
Mark Zarb completes Doctorate

Congratulations to PhD student, Mark Zarb, who recently passed his viva. After hearing the good news about the completion of his doctorate, we caught up with Mark who... (continued)

25 Jun 2014
Braeview’s wearable technology designs win them Strathmore Trophy 2014

A team of pupils from Braeview Academy have won the University of Dundee’s Strathmore Trophy 2014 after impressing judges with their designs for wearable technology. They beat... (continued)

24 Jun 2014
Congratulations to recent computer science graduate, Calum Murray!

Calum is this year’s recipient of the Medal (BCS –The Chartered Institute for IT Prize) for Top Computing Student - Level 4. Margaret Moore, Treasurer for the Tayside & Fife... (continued)

23 Jun 2014 Calum being presented with his award by Margaret Moore
University of Dundee Curriculum for Excellence Symposium

The University of Dundee Curriculum for Excellence Symposium is taking place today - Tuesday 17 June

The idea behind this event is to bring together academics in these ... (continued)

17 Jun 2014 A birds eye view of guests chatting during the coffee break in the foyer of the Tower Building
Dundee Computer Experts Develop New Digital Guide For People With Aphasia

"A new aphasia friendly guide has been developed by computing experts in Dundee. The University of Dundee and NHS Tayside have been working with people from Speakability – an... (continued)

16 Jun 2014 Image of workshop attendees gathered around a table and listening to a speaker at the event
Speech app helps disabled people to communicate at the dentist

Scottish scientists have developed a speech app which helps children and adults with learning and/or communication disabilities prepare for a visit to the dentist. The Stories ... (continued)

16 Jun 2014 An open mouth that a dentist is looking at with a utensil with a small mirror at the end
Dundee iGEM Team 2014 present Project Outline

On Tuesday 10th June the 2014 Dundee iGEM team took part in a SULSA (Scottish Universities Life Sciences Alliance) sponsored meeting in Edinburgh. The team presented an outline... (continued)

12 Jun 2014
Dr Rachel Menzies receives 'Inclusive Practice' Teaching Award.

Congratulations to Dr Rachel Menzies, who was presented with the ‘Inclusive Practice' Teaching Award at the CASE Learning & Teaching Forum on Wednesday 11 June. The award ... (continued)

12 Jun 2014
Busy Day in QMB

There has been lots of activity in the Queen Mother Building today!


As well as hosting the workshop - 'It's Not One Thing', the School of Computing welcomed guests... (continued)

12 Jun 2014 A panel discussion at the symposium on 'Accessibility and Access Services for the New Broadcasting System'.
Good vibrations bring braille into the 21st century

Two of our Post-doctoral Research Assistants involved with SiDE (Social Inclusion through the Digital Economy), are developing a unique system called HoliBraille. In... (continued)

10 Jun 2014
Spotlight on BESiDE Research Assistant: Sara Nevay

Sara is a trained textile designer with a Masters in Design for Services from University of Dundee. She combines the skills of crafting by hand and service design methodologies,... (continued)

27 May 2014 Sara Nevay sitting in office
Strathmore Trophy Competition - 23th June 2014

The School of Computing will once again be hosting the annual Strathmore Trophy on Monday 23th June from 10am-2. 15pm.

21 May 2014 School children working at computers
PhD Student Secures Internship with Toshiba

Shazia Akbar, a PhD student at the School of Computing, has been offered a prestigious summer internship at Toshiba in Edinburgh. Shazia will be working with researchers,... (continued)

21 May 2014
SoC Student Secures Role at CGI

Earlier this year, Kyle Harrison was shortlisted for the Scotland Undergraduate of the Year Award. The competition was sponsored by CGI, a multinational information technology... (continued)

20 May 2014
PhD Symposium 2014

When: Day 1 - Tues 20 May (9. 15am-4.

19 May 2014
Dundee offers Scotland’s best student experience, says Times Higher Education survey

The University of Dundee offers the best student experience in Scotland and is joint 4th in the UK, according to the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience... (continued)

15 May 2014
Staff Collaborate to Research the Experience of People Living in Stigmatised Areas of Dundee

Three members of staff at University of Dundee have collaborated to conduct research into the self-perceptions and worldviews of people living in stigmatised areas. Dr Nick Hine... (continued)

15 May 2014 New Routes
SoC Student Awarded Carnegie Trust Vacation Scholarship

BSc Applied Computing student, Steph Patrizio Lee, has been awarded a prestigious Carnegie Trust Vacation Scholarship. The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland... (continued)

7 May 2014
Digital dreams on show at Dundee University’s Computing Degree Show

“Visitors will be able to see for themselves just why we are so proud of the class of 2014 and why they should be proud of their achievements. “As the students developed their... (continued)

1 May 2014 No image
VAMPIRE Project Produce Winning Image

VAMPIRE image from OPTOS scanner, part of the VAMPIRE 'CARMEN' project (OPTOS plc, University of Edinburgh, University of Dundee), was selected as the winning entry in the... (continued)

30 Apr 2014
Computing Degree Show 2014

4-6pm on Wednesday, 30th April at the Queen Mother Building, University of Dundee

SEE DETAILS OF ALL THE PROJECTS ON SHOW ON THE DEGREE SHOW 2014 WEBSITE

The... (continued)

29 Apr 2014 class of 2014
Student Secures Dream Job Ahead of Graduation

Students at the University of Dundee’s School of Computing are bucking the trend and landing their dream job even before they graduate and in some cases even before they submit... (continued)

28 Apr 2014
Data Visualition Research Seminar - Available to Watch Online

You can now watch Mr Andy Kirk's recent research seminar - The Art and Science of Data Visualisation, on the College of Art, Science & Engineering YouTube channel:

https://www. youtube.

24 Apr 2014
Universities Support Curriculum for Excellence in Computing Science

The Universities of Abertay, Dundee, Glasgow, Heriot-Watt, Edinburgh
Napier, Strathclyde, and Robert Gordon are pleased to announce that they
will recommend Higher Computing... (continued)

21 Apr 2014
School of Computing Student Triumphs in National Poster Competition

Heather Ellis, a final year Applied Computing student at the University of Dundee, triumphed at the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, held at the University of Reading last week, by... (continued)

18 Apr 2014 Poster competition winner Heather Ellis
SoC Easter School Update: School Pupils Present Prototypes

As part of the School of Computing Easter School, a group of secondary school students took part in an interactive prototyping workshop. The students were taught about the steps... (continued)

11 Apr 2014 Image shows (from left) Josh Ng from Baldragon Academy, Dean Cummins from Arboath High School, Blain Mortboys from Arbroath High School and Josh Menzies from Hamilton Grammar school
Data Visualisation Workshop is a Success

Dr Rachel Menzies, along with five researchers and students from the School of Computing, recently attended a unique Data Visualisation workshop. The event took place at Hotel... (continued)

7 Apr 2014
School of Computing Easter School

Today was the start of the School of Computing Easter School!

From 7-11 April, school pupils who are studying Higher or Advanced Higher Computing will be getting some... (continued)

7 Apr 2014
International Visibility for VAMPIRE

Prof Manuel Trucco from the University of Dundee and collaborator Prof Alfredo Ruggeri from the University of Padova, will chair their first mini-symposium in Chicago later this... (continued)

4 Apr 2014 VAMPIRE Research Project Logo
Foot analysis takes a step forward

Professor Emanuele Trucco from the School of Computing, in collaboration with the College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, developed a unique system at the University of... (continued)

4 Apr 2014 First system of its kind to revolutionise design of specialist footwear
Datastax Data Challenge

Undergraduate and postgraduate Applied Computing and Computing Science students presented their projects at 'The Street' in the Queen Mother Building this afternoon. Hosted by... (continued)

28 Mar 2014 Datastx Data Challenge at The Street
Computing student turns teacher

A University of Dundee student has turned successful teacher by providing computing tuition to people around the world. Jose Salvatierra (19), from Spain, is only in his second... (continued)

26 Mar 2014
School of Computing Academic, Researchers and Students invited to Data-visualisation Workshop

Dr Rachel Menzies along with five researchers and students from the School of Computing (SoC), Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD) and Dundee & Angus... (continued)

25 Mar 2014 The image shows (from left) Leanne Fischler, Dr Rachel Menzies and Daniel Herron who will be attending the workshop
How to Inspire the Next Generation of Women in Computing?

This Friday, March 14th, high achieving women from Government, business and academia will gather at the University of Dundee this week to tell how they have achieved success and... (continued)

13 Mar 2014
School of Computing says farewell to Chinese visitors

The School of Computing (SoC) said farewell to two visiting students from the National University of Defence Technology (NUDT, China, who have completed six months of study at... (continued)

7 Mar 2014 Dr Janet Hughes and Dr Jianguo Zhang, Programme Co-ordinator for the UoD-NUDT partnership can be seen above saying farewell to the students.
Research Assistant receives SIGCHI Best Paper Award 2014

Dr Hugo Nicolau has been honoured with an SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction) Best Paper Award 2014. The SIGCHI Best of CHI (Computer Human Interaction)... (continued)

5 Mar 2014 SIGCHI logo
VAMPIRE project first to analyse UK Biobank retinal images

VAMPIRE (Vessel Assessment and Measurement Platform for images of the Retina),a joint initiative of the universities of Dundee and Edinburgh, was the first ever automatic image... (continued)

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Visiting Honorary lecturer talks about "big data"

The School of Computing's postgraduate database systems students were visited on Wednesday 12th Feb 2014 by a world-leading database expert. Mike Coutts is Chief Technical... (continued)

14 Feb 2014
Visiting scholar from Verona for VAMPIRE group

Prof Andrea Giachetti of the University of Verona, Italy, is visiting the VAMPIRE group for a month to expand our collaboration on automatic retinal image analysis.

14 Feb 2014 VAMPIRE image
School of Computing website photography competition

The School of Computing is looking to illustrate the home page of its new website and we'd like you to share with us your images which you think best depicts YOUR experience as a... (continued)

11 Feb 2014 School of Computing Website Photography Competition
Research Assistant explores how Architecture can enable and disable

Dr Lesley McIntyre combines her expertise in architecture and her passion for technology in her role as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the School of Computing. Dr McIntyre... (continued)

2 Feb 2014 Lesley McIntyre
China Scholarship Council (CSC) PhD Opportunities

The College of Art, Science and Engineering (CASE) at the University of Dundee offers up to 10 PhD studentships in partnership with the China Scholarship Council (CSC), waiving... (continued)

27 Jan 2014 Tay Bridge in Dundee on a sunny day
Keynote Speaker Success for Professor Emanuele Trucco

This year, Professor Emanuele Trucco of our School of Computing, was invited to be a keynote speaker at the 5th Latin American Conference on Networked and Electronic Media... (continued)

10 Dec 2013
Data Visualisation event showcases the talents of interdisciplinary teams

Interdisciplinary teams of Data Visualisation module students from the University of Dundee’s School of Computing, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design and Dundee... (continued)

26 Nov 2013 Data visualisation team showing app
Computing Students swap Coding for Ceilidh Dancing

For the first time, Dundee University’s Computing Society (DUCS) organised a “Month before Christmas Ball” to mark the run-up to Christmas. The event was held at the Queen’s... (continued)

25 Nov 2013
Proud Graduates Celebrate Achievements

20 graduates from the School of Computing (SoC) have had their degrees conferred yesterday afternoon at The Caird Hall in Dundee City Centre. The graduates graduated from various... (continued)

22 Nov 2013
Games show 2013

Students from the University of Dundee’s School of Computing made e an impression on potential employers when they met with representatives of established computer games... (continued)

19 Nov 2013
Young Scot’s App Project inspires Student to pursue Career in User Experience

Meadhbh Murphy (2nd year BSc Applied Computing student) and Kayleigh Hendry (2nd year BSc Applied Computing student) recently helped to design a new mobile app. Last weekend, the... (continued)

19 Nov 2013
School of Computing Alumnus as Keynote Speaker at International Conference

Dr David Sloan, an alumnus of the the School of Computing and also previously a Research Fellow here, recently presented as a keynote speaker at the 16th Annual Accessing... (continued)

13 Nov 2013
Success for the University of Dundee at Great-Uni Hackathon

University of Dundee team hacked their way to success in Great Uni Hackathon last weekend. Sponsored by Witlr.

12 Nov 2013
Dundee Fellows' Lectures

The first generation of Dundee Fellows, representing some of the brightest minds in art, science and engineering, introduced their own areas at the University of Dundee on... (continued)

8 Nov 2013
Students take on Three Week Data Visualisation Challenge

First year students from Applied Computing (Games), Product Design and Digital Interaction Design, have been tasked with a dynamic data visualisation project. Students on the... (continued)

6 Nov 2013
Dundee iGem wins big prizes in Boston

Congratulations to the Dundee iGEM team who have walked away with two big prizes at the world iGEM jamboree at MIT. They won the prize for the best presentation and a very... (continued)

5 Nov 2013
Prestigious appointment for Dundee computing lecturer

University of Dundee lecturer Dr Karen Petrie has been appointed Director of Education for the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA). SICSA is a... (continued)

24 Oct 2013
PhD Student receives Award for Exceptional Research

PhD student, Mark Zarb, recently received a prestigious award in recognition of his outstanding research. Mark was presented with a ‘Postgraduate Winner’ award at the Agile... (continued)

22 Oct 2013
PhD Student attended Inaugural Event at Heidelberg Laureate Forum

PhD student, Sebastian Stein, was one of 200 young scientists selected to participate in the inaugural event at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum. The Heidelberg Laureate Forum is... (continued)

21 Oct 2013
PhD students secured Second Place for ‘Most Useful’ Innovation

PhD students from the School of Computing achieved second place in the ‘most useful’ category, at the annual User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) Student Innovation... (continued)

21 Oct 2013
Success for iGEM team in European Finals: Next stop, Boston!

We are thrilled to announce that the University of Dundee team won the iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) European finals!

The team of promising... (continued)

14 Oct 2013
Brian Cox backs Dundee iGEM Team

The University of Dundee Rector, Brian Cox, has shown his support for our iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) team that are due to compete in Lyon, France,... (continued)

4 Oct 2013
Research Funds reach Record Level of £140m

More good news for the University – our research funding has reached record levels of £140m over the past year. This is up from £114m which was awarded over the previous year.

4 Oct 2013
Dundee in World's Top 200

The University of Dundee has been ranked within the world's top 200 universities in the latest edition of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Professor Pete... (continued)

3 Oct 2013
Scotland is Top Destination in the World to Study

Research has revealed that foreign students rank Scotland as the top global destination for ‘learning satisfaction’. The pioneering research explored the unique characteristics... (continued)

2 Oct 2013 The Queen Mother Building
Scotland is Top Destination in the World to Study

Research has revealed that foreign students rank Scotland as the top global destination for ‘learning satisfaction’. The pioneering research explored the unique characteristics... (continued)

2 Oct 2013
School of Computing Students made it to EU Finals of ‘Code for a Cause’ competition

After winning a Dundee based competition, three of our very talented students went on to compete in the EU finals of the SS12 ‘Code for a Cause’ challenge in Portugal. Heather... (continued)

1 Oct 2013
Annual Prize Presentation for Exceptional Students in the School of Computing

The annual School of Computing prize-giving took place today in the Queen Mother Building. Winning students were presented with their prizes by Gameelah Ghafoor, Program... (continued)

25 Sep 2013
Keynote Speaker Success for Professor Emanuele Trucco

This year, Professor Emanuele Trucco of our School of Computing, was invited to be a keynote speaker at the 5th Latin American Conference on Networked and Electronic Media... (continued)

23 Sep 2013
Professor Newell to share his AT Knowledge at Conference in Portugal

The School of Computing’s Emeritus Professor, Alan Newell, will be giving a keynote lecture at the 12th Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive... (continued)

17 Sep 2013
A warm and tasty welcome for new SoC students

The School of Computing (SoC) and Dundee University Computing Society (DUCS) joined forces to hold a BBQ last Friday afternoon to welcome new students to the School. The... (continued)

12 Sep 2013
Applied Computing Graduate secures 3rd Place in ‘Young Software Engineer of the Year’ Awards

Shortly after graduating this year with a BSc in Applied Computing, Stewart Taylor was awarded 3rd place at the ScotlandIS ‘Young Software Engineer of the Year’ awards.... (continued)

11 Sep 2013
MSc Computing Students - A credit to themselves and to the School

The MSc projects exhibition in the School of Computing was a fantastic showcase of high calibre work. The exhibition comprises part of the marking process, allowing students to... (continued)

10 Sep 2013
Team set to represent the University of Dundee at News Hackathon

The School of Computing will represent the University of Dundee, at the News Organisations Hackathon in London from 17 – 18 October. The team is comprised of tech-savvy... (continued)

10 Sep 2013
Applied Computing Graduate secures 3rd Place in ‘Young Software Engineer of the Year’ Awards

Shortly after graduating this year with a BSc in Applied Computing, Stewart Taylor was awarded 3rd place at the ScotlandIS ‘Young Software Engineer of the Year’ awards.... (continued)

9 Sep 2013
Dundee shares in £8m design funding boost

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4 Sep 2013
Wuhan 2013: A Summer spent learning about Chinese Culture

Three CASE Students spent their summer taking part in a four week programme in Chinese culture at Wuhan University in Wuhan, Hubei in China. Aneta Lisowska who is studying a... (continued)

29 Aug 2013
University of Dundee Visit Day (Monday 26 Aug)

Joining us for our visit day next Monday? Please register at DUSA The Union upon arrival - please allow at least 30 min for registration before your first session. You will be... (continued)

23 Aug 2013
School of Computing makes valuable contribution at 17th World Congress of the IUAES Event

Dr Wendy Moncur presented a paper "Digital ownership across multiple lifespans" as part of an Intel panel on Ageing and the Digital Life Course. The panel was part of the 17th... (continued)

22 Aug 2013
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15 Aug 2013
School of Computing makes valuable contribution at 17th World Congress of the IUAES Event

Dr Wendy Moncur presented a paper “Digital ownership across multiple lifespans” as part of an Intel panel on Ageing and the Digital Life Course. The panel was part of the 17th... (continued)

13 Aug 2013
Dundee researchers stand up for their research at Fringe

Five mirth-making academics from the University of Dundee are among the 1000-plus comedians taking part in this year's Edinburgh Fringe. The researchers are performing at the... (continued)

8 Aug 2013
Researcher presented with award for services to people with sight loss

Professor Alan Newell has been presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) for his services to older, blind, and... (continued)

31 Jul 2013
Researcher presented with award for services to people with sight loss

Professor Alan Newell has been presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) for his services to older, blind, and... (continued)

31 Jul 2013
BBC launches User Experience Research Partnership

The BBC today announced the BBC User Experience Research Partnership, a long-term collaboration project between BBC Research and Development (BBC R&D) and leading... (continued)

19 Jul 2013
Welcome to two intern students from China

Welcome to Ellie (Chunxiao Fu) and Lei (Lei He) who will be working as interns over the summer. Both are currently working to re-design the Level 1 Processing materials to be JavaScript-enabled.

17 Jul 2013
Harris Academy scoops Strathmore Trophy 2013

‘Digital natives' from 17 schools across eastern Scotland last week (24th June) considered the implications of being immersed in a high-tech world since birth during the... (continued)

5 Jul 2013
Student wins $10,000 scholarship and trip to San Francisco

Lyuben Todorov, a computing graduate from the University of Dundee won a $10,000 scholarship in a data-developer competition held in America last month. Lyuben, from Bulgaria,... (continued)

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Brian Cox gives Dundee 2013 iGEM team his seal of approval

Dundee University Rector Brian Cox paid an impromptu visit to MMB to meet the 2013 Dundee University iGEM on Thursday 20th June. The cross-college team is made up of 10... (continued)

25 Jun 2013
Congratulations to all our graduates!

Our BSc Applied Computing and MSc Business Intelligence graduates of 2013 have been a credit to the University of Dundee - award-winning, innovative, helpful and professional -... (continued)

19 Jun 2013
Students Compete in 24-hour Yahoo Event

Three third-year University of Dundee School of Computing students travelled to London last month to compete round the clock in a 24-hour Yahoo hackathon. Callum Murray, Jack... (continued)

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Dr Craig Ramsay wins Student-Led Teaching Award

Congratulations to Dr Craig Ramsay for his well-deserved "Best Assessment and Feedback" award from Dundee University Students' Association. MSc student Sam Gray accepted the... (continued)

26 May 2013
PhD Student wins international research competition

A PhD Student from the School of Computing, won first place in a Student Research Competition at the ACM CHI (Association of Computing Machinery, Computer Human Interaction)... (continued)

13 May 2013
Professor Vicki Hanson featured in ACM Bulletin

External website.

3 May 2013
Fully funded MSc places available

External website.

3 May 2013
University of Dundee No. 1 in Scotland

The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2013 is now out and the University of Dundee is No. 1 in Scotland, second year running!.

26 Apr 2013
Jo Dowdall won prize at BCS Women Lovelace Colloquium

3rd Year Computing student Jo Dowdall secured second place in a poster competition at the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, which was held at the University of Nottingham earlier... (continued)

12 Apr 2013
Arduino recognition for Chris Martin

External website.

24 Mar 2013
Prof. Hanson elected as Fellow to Royal Society of Edinburgh

External website.

24 Mar 2013
Top award for Prof. Vicki Hanson

External website.

7 Mar 2013
Spacewire work of Steve Parkes part of Bepicolombo mission to Mercury

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3 Mar 2013
CIRCA touchscreen communication support system

The CIRCA touchscreen communication support system for older people with dementia, developed by researchers from the School of Computing, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and... (continued)

19 Feb 2013
Cross-disciplinary Health Hack

Staff and students from the Schools of Computing and Medicine came together for a 'hack weekend', which saw prototypes created to potentially assist with common healthcare... (continued)

14 Feb 2013
Christmas Lectures to show how pupils can make a difference through computing

10am-1pm on Monday, 16th December at Dalhousie Building, Old Hawkhill, University of Dundee


School pupils and college students from across Tayside and Fife will next... (continued)

12 Dec 2012
Technology Innovation Management winners

Congratulations to all Technology Innovation Management (TIM) students for their work with the module this year. The panel of judges viewed the presentations and awarded prizes... (continued)

22 Nov 2012
School of Computing wins another Scotsoft IS award

Congratulations to Paciencia Canda, BSc (Honours) 2012, runner-up in the Young Software Engineering of the Year competition organised by national industry body Scotland IS.... (continued)

8 Oct 2012
iGEM team win gold in Amsterdam

Congratulations to the Dundee iGEM team: winners of a gold medal at the iGEM European Jamboree in Amsterdam. The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM)... (continued)

7 Oct 2012

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