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A student from our Department of Computer Science has been named in the 2013 ‘.Net Awards’ as one of the top ten ‘brilliant young web developers’ to watch.
A number of our students have won top prizes at the annual Lovelace Colloquium.
Dr Richard Stallman, Founder and President of the Free Software Foundation, will be presenting on the subject Copyright vs Community in the East Building Lecture Theatre on Thursday 21 March at 6pm as part of Bath Digital Festival.
The University’s Department of Computer Science has appointed Professor Brian Wyvill, further strengthening its media technology research.
Grant Thornton is strengthening its relationship with the University by supporting a new prize fellowship in the School of Management’s Centre in Strategic Risk, creating the first corporate named academic position in the School.
Computer Science students from Bath have beaten their peers from across the country at the 2012 North Western Regional Programming Contest held in Delft, in the Netherlands.
Researchers launching a new vector-based video codec are claiming their work will lead to the death of the pixel within the next five years.
An event hosted at the University is set to change the way children learn about computing at school.
Bath is one of only nine UK universities to have been selected to take part in BP’s new scholarship programme for talented science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) undergraduates. In its first year, the programme will provide ten scholarships for Bath students, each worth £5,000.
The next Science Café on Monday 12 November will look at the security challenges faced by us all, every day, as the result of mass use of the internet.