Our excellence in teaching and research, plus our strong industrial links, make us one of the UK's leading Computer Science departments. Find out more about the department.
Congratulations to all our graduates! Whether you are attending the ceremony on campus, or you are toasting your success at home, we are very proud of your achievement.
Watch Professor Paul Cairns, Head of Department, offer you his congratulations. You can also go to our YouTube channel where our Programme Leaders give their own messages of congratulations.
Enjoy your celebrations with your family and friends, and we wish you the best of luck as you move forward with your future plans.
The Department of Computer Science holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of our work to promote gender equality. We're committed to make significant progress on many issues of equality, diversity and inclusion, and we look forward to working with our community to achieve the challenges we've set ourselves.
You can read our Athena SWAN submission May 2020 (PDF , 5,203kb) document.
Posted on Tuesday 4 January 2022
KTP completed in September 2021 awarded highest grade
Posted on Tuesday 7 December 2021
Eleven undergraduate students secured an internship sponsored by Phil Venables and showcased their work in a virtual poster session.
Posted on Tuesday 30 November 2021
The winning paper explores the development of aircraft engine control systems.
The Department received a Platinum Green Impact award in 2021, following Gold awards in both 2019 and 2020.
The auditors said: "The Department of Computer Science has made a thorough contribution to sustainability through their efforts with Green Impact, and have done so consistently across team members and over time. Impressively, they have come up with creative ways to minimise waste and raised significant amounts for charity. They should be an example to other departments."
Green Impact is a United Nations award-winning programme designed to support environmentally and socially sustainable practice in organisations, and is run by the National Union of Students.
Our research centres span several departments and reflect how we collaborate with researchers from different subject areas.