In the news : School of Computing
Read the latest news from across the Faculty.
Shvan Haji Karim graduates with a PhD in Computer Sciences and Informatics
18 December 2020
Professor Damien Coyle awarded prestigious Turing AI Acceleration Fellowship
27 November 2020
Digital platform for creatives to harness traditional stories using modern technologies
9 November 2020
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering, and the Built Environment recognised the success of its students who have been working on placement over the past year. The three winners received a prize of £500 each from the Faculty for their innovative
5 October 2020
The group advised on development and roll out of the new StopCOVID NI app
1 August 2020
Jyotsna Talreja Wassan graduates with a PhD in Computer Science
31 July 2020
Courtney Gallagher graduates with first class honours in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
23 July 2020
Developed by researchers from Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and Ulster University, the app is available for use 24/7
7 July 2020
The online courses will upskill and retrain people whose jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
6 July 2020
Ulster University researcher Dr Magda Bucholc has created a Covid-19 data tracker charting Covid-19 related positive cases, tests completed, and deaths in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
9 June 2020
The app checks for COVID-19 symptoms and provides advice
25 May 2020
An Ulster University team has been integral to a new Europe-wide initiative aimed at reducing the anxiety of patients suffering from Alzheimer or post-traumatic stress disorders.
14 May 2020
UU playing its part in reducing food wastage across Europe in €4.8m project
1 May 2020
Ulster University is playing a fundamental role in the Certification-D EU project which plans to develop and market innovative and trustworthy products for people with dementia.
10 March 2020
Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded a major grant of £2.1million for a state-of-the-art computing facility, which will allow researchers to use high performance computing (HPC) technology to address some of
18 February 2020
Computer programmers of all backgrounds participated in a 12-hour hackathon
12 February 2020
21 January 2020
Mature student Eoin McGonagle graduates today following a busy year of juggling family life with academic studies.
16 December 2019
Northern Ireland’s largest IT company Allstate has today opened a new state of the art computing lab at Ulster University’s Magee campus, representing a major investment in educational resources for the North West region.
5 November 2019
Ulster University is playing a fundamental role in the Connected Culture and Natural Heritage in a Northern Environment (CINE) project. This €2 milllion Interreg Northern Periphery Area funded project aims to transform people’s experience of
24 October 2019
Maths Week honour for university lecturer and maths author
18 October 2019
Ulster University hosts cross-sector intelligent innovation workshops
16 October 2019
Ulster University partners with Shaanxi University of Science and Technology to establish Ulster College in Northern China
9 September 2019
Ulster University brings leading conference in human-media interaction to Belfast
5 September 2019
Ulster University is playing a fundamental role in the TrailGazers project which examines the contribution that investment in walks and recreational infrastructure makes to the local economy.
2 August 2019
With research* showing that IT talent continues to be in hot demand in Northern Ireland, an innovative summer camp is this week working to help develop the sector’s future talent.
31 July 2019
Ulster University Researchers have developed the world’s first biologically motivated, computational model that can quantify decision uncertainty and explain its effects on change-of-mind during decision-making processing. This could potentially
22 July 2019
40 school pupils from around Northern Ireland will have the chance to sample life with a leading IT business as part of a summer initiative to develop future computing skills.
16 April 2019
Researchers at Ulster University have secured a number of projects amounting to over £1million to explore the use of Artificially Intelligent Chabot’s to support those living with mental ill health.
15 April 2019
From stay at home mum to data scientist
10 December 2018
An Ulster University invention using wearable technology has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its potential to significantly impact on people’s lives.
6 December 2018
Ulster University tackles superbugs using research and evidence-based interventions
18 November 2018
Ulster University’s prominence in the field of Data Analytics and artificial intelligence has been further boosted today through a significant donation to establish the Dr George Moore Chair in Data Analytics. This position will play a pivotal
17 October 2018
Novosco and Ulster University join forces to address tech skills shortage
30 July 2018
5 July 2018
MECHANICAL Engineering Graduates from Ulster University are being awarded more than their degree certificates this week; as they celebrate the far-reaching recognition of the innovative engineering projects they designed during their studies.
5 July 2018
Sibling Success at Ulster University Summer Graduation
3 July 2018
Ulster University and Innovation Ulster welcome the acquisition of former portfolio company BittWare by Molex
6 June 2018
Ulster University led Internet of Things Network empowers SMEs to drive innovation
9 May 2018
Ulster University hosts prestigious brain mapping conference at Magee
30 March 2018
Ulster University brings major computing conference to Belfast
22 March 2018
Ulster University showcases world-class research and innovation on international stage
21 March 2018
Kainos invest in future tech talent in partnership with Ulster University
15 March 2018
Ulster University Mechatronic Engineering student, Conor McCollum is one of 75 students from throughout the UK, selected to receive the Engineering Horizons Bursary from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
13 February 2018
Ulster University leads on €8.2M cross border collaborative research centre to improve cardiovascular care
22 January 2018
2017 Knowledge Economy Report - Almost half a million jobs at risk from automation
18 January 2018