News and Events in the Department of Computer Science

Joanna Joss, a final year student from the Department of Computer Science is the winner of the Gold Award at the WCIT “Outstanding Information Technology Student Awards”.

Joanna Joss, a final year student from the Department of Computer Science is the winner of the Gold Award at the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists “Outstanding Information Technology Student Awards”. This is a high profile award for IT students in Universities in the UK and this year saw entries from Brunel and Universities of Cambridge, City University, University of Hertfordshire, Imperial College London, London Metropolitan University, University of Northampton, Open University, University of Oxford , Queen Mary’s University of London, UCL and University of Warwick.

Derek Groen and Diana Suleimenova co-organise SHGVA17 at CERN Geneva

Dr Derek Groen and Diana Suleimenov from the Department of Computer Science are co-organising Science Hakathon 2017 in collaboration with CERN, Geneva. The prestigious event will take place over the weekend of the 10th-12th February 2017 at IdeaSquare, CERN, Geneva.

Professor Anne Blandford to deliver an Athena SWAN lecture in celebration of the recent Department of Computer Science Athena SWAN Bronze award.

The Department of Computer Science has recently become the proud holder of a Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of their activities and practices in relation to the Athena SWAN Equality Charter. The Department of Computer Science are now committed to an on-going three year action plan to further implement strategies to increase further our gender equality practices. The Athena SWAN award is issued to departments who recognise that, whilst they operate many excellent practices, they are willing to do even more to support women working and studying in the department.

The Department of Computer Science has recently become the proud holder of a Bronze Athena SWAN award in recognition of their activities and practices in relation to the Athena SWAN Equality Charter

The Department of Computer Science has recently become the proud holder of a Bronze Athena SWAN award in recognition of their activities and practices in relation to the Athena SWAN Equality Charter. The Department are committed to a three year action plan to implement strategies to increase further our gender equality practices. The Athena SWAN award is given to departments who recognise that, whilst they operate many excellent practices, they are willing to do even more to support women working and studying in the department.

Supermassive Games generate huge interest amongst Brunel Computer Science students

Supermassive Games, a BAFTA-winning, independent game developer raised huge interest among students in the Digital Media and Games module delivered by the Department of Computer Science.

Jonathan Amor, Operations Director at Supermassive Games Ltd, gave a seminar about what skills are required to work in the Games Industry and how to be successful on the games market on Monday 29th Nov 2016 in the CS3005 module on Digital Media and Games. The advice on technical, managerial and personal skills was received with huge interest by the students who learned more about the internship programme available at Supermassive Games.

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