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The Turing Lecture 2017

IBM Research Vice President impresses at this year’s Turing Lecture

22 February 2017

On Tuesday 21st February, Cardiff University hosted the annual BCS Turing Lecture with this year’s speaker, Dr Guruduth Banavar; the Vice President of IBM Research.

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Brexit hate crime

9 February 2017

Social Data Science Lab awarded £250,000 grant to set up centre to monitor Brexit-related hate crime on social media

Turing lectures 2017

Prestigious BCS Turing Lecture to return to Cardiff University

3 February 2017

The BCS Turing Lecture will return to Cardiff University with guest speaker, Dr Guruduth S. Banavar, the VP and Chief Science Officer of IBM Research, the largest industrial research organisation in the world.

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Postgraduate Computer Science Students Impress at Annual Poster Day Exhibition

23 January 2017

Earlier this month saw the annual Research Student Poster Day exhibition take place at the School of Computer Science and Informatics

Supercomputer

University joins industry partners to develop ‘first of its kind’ supercomputer

17 January 2017

High performance computing service is a major breakthrough for UK scientists

New UK research partnership to unlock medical evidence

14 December 2016

School part of new network to transform health record free-text into practical data

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Meeting of 'big data' alliance

5 December 2016

Government, business and academia gather in Cardiff for launch of international research alliance.

Social Data Science Lab awarded funding

16 November 2016

Half a million-pound grant will enable Cardiff computer and social scientists to study big data together.

Cyber Ready Girls Day

Cyber Ready Girls' Day

4 November 2016

Cardiff University hosts one-day event to inspire the next generation of girls to take up a career in coding and cyber security

School welcomes new lecturers

4 November 2016

The School of Computer Science and Informatics has welcomed three new lecturers to teach undergraduates.