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New project on Symbolic Scientific Discovery unveiled 21-Mar-2014
A new project on "Symbolic Support for Scientific Discovery in Systems Biology" was publicly unveiled this week by University of Bristol lecturer Oliver Ray
Newly introduced prizes in Machine Learning 10-Mar-2014
Two of our valued industrial partners, Bloomberg and GrowthIntel, are now sponsoring prizes for outstanding projects in Machine learning for both the undergradute and postgraduate programmes. The prizes will be awarded for the first time in this academic year 2013/2014.
Bristol Conference on Law and Terrorism: The Security vs. Privacy Debate 07-Mar-2014
Theo Tryfonas from the departments Cryptography research group will be talking today at the conference "Law and Terrorism: The Security vs. Privacy Debate" being held in Bristol.
More POWER to Software Developers 31-Jan-2014
"More POWER to Software Developers" is the focus of a main track talk at FOSDEM'14 given by Dr Kerstin Eder and Dr Jeremy Bennett, Embecosm.
Gamified Learning 30-Jan-2014
A new first year unit on the undergraduate Computer Science degree course utilises concepts of teamwork and gamification to introduce key concepts in computer science.
Computer Science in Bristol welcomes Intel's first Parallel Computing Centre in UK 17-Mar-2014
The UK's first Intel Parallel Computing Center (IPCC) has been established at the University of Bristol. The partnership, led by Simon McIntosh-Smith, will focus on developing new HPC algorithms and techniques for exploiting many-core processors, such as the Intel Xeon Phi.
Keep InTouch through Story Telling 09-Mar-2014
A new project will investigate using technology to enhance interaction between friends and family living long distances apart. The InTouch project is a collaboration between Computer Science and the History Department and is being led in CS by Kirsten Cater. It is funded by the AHRC REACT programme.
Ooh Aah Just a Little Bit..... 06-Mar-2014
Paper on side channel attacks on OpenSSL implementations of the curve used in Bitcoin attracts media attention
Students from the Department of Computer Science collaborate with the BCS and @Bristol to produce Digimakers - a series of community technology events aimed at children (6-17), parents and teachers. From programming software to hacking hardware, Digimakers show the public ways to have fun with technology and aim to inspire the next generation of technical innovators and engineers.
Bristol contributed to ENISA Report on Data Retention 07-Jan-2014
A new ENISA report on data retention has been published with contributions from Bristol academic Prof. Nigel Smart.