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IAS funding for Workshop on Energy-Aware COmputing (EACO)
19-May-2011
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Dr Kerstin Eder and Prof David May have secured funding from the Institute for Advanced Studies to run a series of three workshops on Energy-Aware COmputing between now and September 2011. These workshops bring together researchers with a common interest in pushing the boundaries of energy efficiency in computation.

One Million Pound Grant To Compute on Encrypted Data
20-Apr-2011
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Bristol's Cryptography Group has secured a grant from EPSRC worth almost one million pounds to support research which will hopefully transform security applications in the future. The grant will enable us to continue our work on Fully Homomorphic Encryption and on Multi-Party Computation. Both are forms of technology which enables one to compute on encrypted data.

University Teaching Award
25-Mar-2011
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The department would like to congratulate Colin Dalton who has been awarded a 2011 University Teaching Award. Judged by a panel of Faculty Education Directors chaired by Professor Avril Waterman-Pearson, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education) the award is to recognise and celebrate achievements in teaching and learning in the University.

Crossroads: Event for all CS students – Basecamp meets Computer Science
08-Mar-2011
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Calling all Computer Science students and other amateur developers! Basecamp, The Computer Science Society and Bristol Entrepreneurs have all come together in collaboration to bring to you "Basecamp Meets Computer Science" – an event to bring together your passion for technology with the best student business brains at Bristol University!

DARPA Funds Bristol Cryptographic Research
25-Feb-2011
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Last week Prof. Nigel Smart was at a meeting in San Antonio (Texas), where he was attending the kick-off meeting for a new exciting project we are involved in. The project, to investigate aspects of Fully Homomorphic Encryption, is funded by the US governments Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as part of its PROCEED (PROgramming Computation on EncryptEd Data) effort.

Latest research results in machine learning and data mining published
05-May-2011
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Four papers by researchers of Bristol's Intelligent Systems Laboratory have been accepted for publication and oral presentation at two premier machine learning and data mining conferences.

Exciting HPC conference in Bristol
06-Apr-2011
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There is still time to register for next week's Many-core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference (MRSC), which this year is being held at the University of Bristol from April 11-13th. MRSC is Europe's largest conference focusing on the use of GPUs and FPGAs in High Performance Computing (HPC).

Facial IDs for Great Apes: New Collaboration with Max Planck and Fraunhofer Institutes
14-Mar-2011
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The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA), the Fraunhofer Institutes IDMT and IIS, and the Visual Information Laboratory at the University of Bristol are now entering into an international collaboration in order to facilitate the visual identification of individual Great Apes and elephants in their natural habitat.

Bristol gets £1.6M for research on decision making
02-Mar-2011
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Engineering and Physical Science Research Council together with Economic and Social Research Council funded $1.6 Million resarach project on "Decision making in an unstable world". This interdisciplinary proposal brings together applicants from Psychology, Mathematics and Computer Science, and collaborators from application areas where making accurate decisions is critically important.

ForToo: Preventing Internet Abuse With Forensic Tools
24-Feb-2011
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We have just secured a grant from the European Union to work on advanced forensic tools against Internet abuse. This project will bring together academics and professional experts in the field of network security and forensics, in order to develop novel tools that enhance our understanding of and reaction to network-related incidents.

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