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Department of Computer Science and Technology

Read more at: New Faculty Members

New Faculty Members

25 March 2020

We are delighted to announce that Dr Carl Henrik Ek, Dr Ferenc Huszár and Dr Nicholas Lane are joining the Department of Computer Science and Technology

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Read more at: Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers

Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers

10 March 2020

The Department welcomed Jeremy Ray and Rodney Brody of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers, who are establishing an Award at the Department for exceptional work in the design or development of computer hardware.

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Read more at: International Women's Day

International Women's Day

28 February 2020

To celebrate International Women's Day, we spoke to six inspiring women from the Department of Computer Science and Technology.

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Read more at: DeepMind Scholars at Cambridge

DeepMind Scholars at Cambridge

29 January 2020

Our three DeepMind Scholars for 2019/20 are David Adeboye, Claire Coffey and Jennifer White. Here they discuss what led them to Cambridge, their interests in computer science and their aims for the future.

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Read more at: Dr Neel Krishnaswami wins a Distinguished Paper Award

Dr Neel Krishnaswami wins a Distinguished Paper Award

23 January 2020

Dr Neel Krishnaswami has won a Distinguished Paper Award for a paper that presents a new programming language for database queries and program analysis, as well as a new optimization technique.

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Read more at: Featured computer scientist: Krittika D'Silva

Featured computer scientist: Krittika D'Silva

20 January 2020

Prize-winning PhD student Krittika D'Silva discusses her academic research in AI, her work with the UN and NASA, and her dream of using machine learning to have a positive impact on the world.

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Read more at: Featured Computer Science researcher: Luke Church

Featured Computer Science researcher: Luke Church

6 January 2020

Luke Church is a computer scientist who is strongly involved in humanitarian work with Africa’s Voices Foundation. His work involves empowering others through technology.

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Read more at:  Dr Andreas Vlachos wins an ERC Grant for a project that combats fake news

Dr Andreas Vlachos wins an ERC Grant for a project that combats fake news

11 December 2019

Dr Andreas Vlachos has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for the project AVeriTeC, which will transform automated fact checking in fields including politics, economics and science.

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Read more at: Do switches dream of machine learning?

Do switches dream of machine learning?

22 November 2019

The paper "Do switches dream of machine learning?" appeared at the HotNets 2019 conference last week. The research paper explores the potential use of commodity programmable switches for in-network classification.

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Read more at: Cambridge students excel in European programming contest

Cambridge students excel in European programming contest

20 November 2019

Three teams of Cambridge students enjoyed success at the Northwestern Europe Regional Contest (NWERC) in Eindhoven last weekend. The Cambridge teams were amongst the most successful at the contest, coming in second, seventh and eighth place among 123 teams.

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