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Julie James visiting NSA

Prestigious teaching award for National Software Academy

6 August 2020

University’s innovative software engineering programme achieves recognition for collaborative work in teaching and learning

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Training public sector data experts

16 June 2020

University launches professional development programme in partnership with the Office for National Statistics

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Cardiff and Airbus demystify AI for Cybersecurity

28 February 2020

Project tests ability to ‘explain’ and ‘confuse’ AI-based decisions

Rural Wales

Multi-million pound grant to unlock 5G potential in rural Wales

27 February 2020

Cardiff University researchers will support a £10m project aimed at creating new opportunities for businesses and citizens in rural areas

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Data Management Plan for the Distributed System of Scientific Collections

26 February 2020

Director of Informatics projects leads important Data Management Plan of natural heritage data.

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New system to detect cyber-attacks on smart devices in the home

10 February 2020

Researchers develop security system that can identify attacks with 90 per cent accuracy

Data Science Academy hosts industry engagement event

Data Science Academy hosts industry engagement event

19 December 2019

Companies from around South Wales keen to work alongside Cardiff’s Data Science Academy.

Miles Budden and Tom Kelross, Pocket Trees, with winner Callum Hughes

Sustainable student ideas win cash prizes

19 December 2019

‘Smart fridge’ and food waste app among winners

AMs visiting Supercomputing Wales

AMs visit Supercomputing Wales

6 December 2019

National Assembly for Wales representatives given tour of state-of-the-art computing facilities at Cardiff University

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Cardiff to open new centre for AI and robotics

19 September 2019

Over £3.5m awarded for cutting-edge research into future technologies

Third year student invited to top-ranking conference

14 August 2019

Student’s paper gains him an invitation to London UbiComp 2019.

National Software Academy wins Best Academic Programme award

7 August 2019

The Best Academic Programme award recognised the BSc in Applied Software Engineering

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New technology to monitor anti-Polish hate online

6 August 2019

Academics using cutting-edge algorithms to monitor trends

Researchers evidence the huge potential in using ARM-based HPC systems in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics

2 August 2019

Researchers evaluated the performance of ARM-based processors using complex simulations.

New computer science and maths building

‘Fantastic opportunity’ for teaching and research

23 July 2019

ISG named as contractor for new University building

People at the official opening of the Cyber Innovation Hub

Cyber Innovation Hub

26 June 2019

Cardiff celebrates new venture

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Training the data experts of the future

21 June 2019

Brand new Data Science Academy will make Wales a hub for leading tech graduates

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Computer Science student elevates petition to ban child marriage

13 June 2019

Computer Science student uses social media algorithms to raise awareness of a petition to ban child marriage in Nigeria.

Students showcase their software solutions to industry

12 June 2019

Students from Cardiff University’s National Software Academy in Newport showcased the software solutions they had developed as part of their final year projects.

Computer Science students get active with interactive at the Urdd Eisteddfod 2019

7 June 2019

Visitors to the Urdd Eisteddfod enjoyed a variety of fun-filled activities from the world of technology.