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Bristol Professor Gives Lecture Tour To Celebrate 50 Years Of The BCS
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Dave Cliff, a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Bristol, is giving a lecture tour for 14-to-18-year-old students over the autumn and winter of 2007-2008. This lecture tour is funded by the British Computer Society (BCS), to mark the fiftieth anniversary of their founding in 1957.

Two Bristol Researchers to Chair Two Top Cryptography Conferences in 2008
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Two Bristol researchers have been given the honour of chairing two of the top cryptography conferences in 2008. Nigel Smart is program chair of EuroCrypt 2008, and Elisabeth Oswald is joint programme chair of CHES 2008.

Computer Science At Bristol In The Top Three
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The Times Online has ranked the Computer Science department at Bristol 3rd in a league table of Computer Science departments in the UK. The league table was compiled by taking into account the quality of the research, undergraduate entry standards and the job prospects of our graduates.

Hi-Tec Honorary Degrees
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Amongst 12 Honorary Degrees to be awarded in the next week there are two representatives from high technology industries. Professor David Milne and Mr Pasquale Pistorio will both be receiving honorary Doctorates of Engineering.

Departmental Open Day, Thursday 28th June
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Everyone is welcome to attend a departmental Open Day on Thursday the 28th of June. This day will allow you to learn more about what Computer Science involves at an undergraduate level. As you may already know, this is quite different from the kind of IT that is typically taught at school level and in our view, is a much more rewarding subject.

Misys Scholarships
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The Misys Charitable Foundation will soon be considering a new round of candidates for its scholarships, designed to help students with a clear financial need reach their potential. The scholarships are open to Computer Science students, and those studying a degree which includes a strong component of IT, who have completed their first year.

Bristol Spinout Secures $16 Million For Software Defined Silicon
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XMOS Semiconductor, a spinout company from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol has just secured $16 million in venture capital funding. The company was founded in July 2005 by Prof. David May, James Foster, and Hitesh Mehta. Prof David May leads the Computer Science department's Architecture and Design research team.

CS Graduands Party
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Today the class of 2007 graduated, after the main ceremony we had a reception in the department where prizes were given out. This was a great opportunity for students to thank each other for the excellent time that they had in the department, and also a time for staff to thank students for all their hard work and contribution to the life of the department.

RCUK Academic Fellowships in Exabyte Informatics
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The University of Bristol is offering two RCUK Academic Fellowships in the area of Exabyte Informatics. The main responsibility of the Research Fellows is to advance the state of the art in Exabyte Informatics by carrying out world-class research on key research topics. Supported by the UK Research Councils, RCUK Fellowships lead to a permanent academic position after five years.

Bristol Scientist To Chair Major Data Mining Conference
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Professor Peter Flach is to co-chair the Program Committee of the 2009 Knowledge Discovery in Databases conference. The ACM KDD conference is the major data mining conference world-wide. In 2009 it will be held in Paris, the first time out of North-America since its inception as an annual conference in 1995.

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