We are at the forefront of progressive research as a Computer Science department and have researchers from a range of backgrounds who are carrying out collaborative and cross-cutting research.
Browse our collection of research outputs including PhD theses
Promoting all sides of empirical and formal investigations of software artefacts – code, formal models and human aspects
Focusing on international digital economy research capability in areas including cyber security, trust, identity and privacy challenges, and big data analytics
Concerned with effective analysis of data involving artificial intelligence, dynamic systems, image and signal processing, optimisation, pattern recognition, statistics and visualisation
Building sensor and media-rich, cross-layer, inclusive e-systems, with an interest in human-machine interaction, sensorial-based interfaces, data visualisation and multimedia
Investigating how modelling and simulation can be supported by research into high performance computing, e-infrastructures, cyberinfrastructures, cloud computing and web-based simulation
Addressing the four "Grand Challenges" outlined in the UK Government Industrial Strategy: artificial intelligence and data, ageing society, clean growth and future of mobility.
Computer Science PhD
Information Systems and Computing Integrated PhD
PhD without residence - Ahlia
Our funded studentships become available at different times of the year. Please keep checking our page regularly to see the latest funded opportunities. We also advertise all our funded studentships as soon as they become available on the @BrunelResearch twitter account.