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The department are involved in a new EPSRC/SFI funded project, TORC: Supercoiling-driven gene control in synthetic DNA circuits

Posted on Thursday 10 June 2021

This is a three year joint project between Leeds Physics (Sarah Harris, PI), York CS (Susan Stepney), and Trinity College Dublin Microbiology (Carsten Kroeger and Charles Dorman)

Can York academics win this year’s AI Song Contest?

Posted on Thursday 20 May 2021

A team of six researchers from the Departments of Music and Computer Science has submitted an entry to this year’s AI Song Contest.

Keynote: A Roadmap for Domain-Specific Low-Code Platforms

Posted on Thursday 13 May 2021

Dimitris Kolovos will give a keynote talk on domain-specific low-code platforms at the SiriusCon conference.

University of York EIBF Competition

Posted on Tuesday 4 May 2021

Five finalist teams recently took part in the next round of the Engineers in Business Fellowship cross-Departmental York competition.

Significant number of UK websites do not comply with law on cookie banners

Posted on Tuesday 20 April 2021

Research at the University of York has shown that around one in four websites do not comply with even the basic regulations on gaining permission from users to track and store their data.

MSc Cyber Security recertified by the National Cyber Security Centre

Posted on Thursday 15 April 2021

The course has again been recognised for the high-quality education it offers, helping students make an informed choice about pursuing cyber security degrees.

Pete Cooper: 40 years in CS

Posted on Thursday 15 April 2021

Pete Cooper, Senior Technical Manager in the Department of Computer Science, has recently passed the milestone of being employed by the department for 40 years.

York students win second place in Games Innovation Challenge 2021

Posted on Wednesday 14 April 2021

A team of undergraduates from the University of York's Department of Computer Science took second place at the Games Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Barclays, a games design competition for UK university students that took place on 8 April.

Congratulations to Nadeen Habaybeh

Posted on Thursday 1 April 2021

Nadeen participated in the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium and won the second place prize for her MSc poster 'Deceive the deceivers and learn from them: Implementing a Deception Enhanced Intrusion Detection System (IDS) with Machine Learning'.

University of York leads €7M European R&D Project Investing in Platform for Developing Safe and Reliable Multi-Robot Systems

Posted on Thursday 1 April 2021

The University of York is partnering with a consortium of leading European Universities, Research Institutes, Industrial and Government Organisations to address the complexity of developing systems of interconnected robots.

York Computer Science Undergraduates go head-to-head in ‘Virtual’ Dragons’ Den style competition

Posted on Thursday 25 March 2021

A cash prize for this year’s most compelling business proposal has been awarded to the Business group, Balancely by the course’s sponsors Netsells, and Piksel.

Iain Bate to co-chair international conference

Posted on Friday 26 February 2021

Iain Bate, Reader at the Department of Computer Science, will be the Programme Co-chair for the 29th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems.

Professor Paul Cairns appointed Head of Department

Posted on Friday 26 February 2021

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Paul Cairns as Head of Department.

Apply for a fully funded EPSRC iCASE PhD

Posted on Thursday 18 February 2021

There is a fully funded EPSRC iCASE PhD with the Department of Computer Science and an industrial partner on human behaviour and early design of robotic systems through to its operation.

Congratulations to Professor Kahrobaei

Posted on Tuesday 16 February 2021

Professor Delaram Kahrobaei Chair of Cyber Security, has been awarded the prestigious CARMIN Professorship at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHES) for 6 months.

Call for Summer Venables Internships

Posted on Thursday 4 February 2021

Call for Summer Venables Internships, supported by Phil Venables (BSc Computer Science, 1989) and YorRobots.

The Grand Challenge 2020

Posted on Friday 8 January 2021

Dr Ian Gray from the Department of Computer Science has carried out The Grand Challenge with help from students, investigating the largest problems facing computer science today.

Work by Paul Cairns and David Zendle featured in the BBC's Science Focus Magazine.

Posted on Thursday 17 December 2020

The researchers found a worrying link between problem gambling and video game loot boxes.

This is Engineering Day 2020

Posted on Wednesday 4 November 2020

We’re joining forces with the Royal Academy of Engineering to celebrate engineering that shapes our world for the better.

£3M awarded to interdisciplinary project to improve socio-technical resilience and trustworthiness of autonomous systems

Posted on Thursday 22 October 2020

A project that will improve the ability of autonomous systems to reason about the impact of their decisions and actions on technical and social requirements and rules has been awarded almost £3M from the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) programme.

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