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Read more at: Turning the metaverse from myth to reality - POSTPONED

Turning the metaverse from myth to reality - POSTPONED

27 September 2022

With regret, we have had to postpone the planned Wednesday Seminar by Herman Narula on 'Turning the metaverse from myth to reality' on 9 November.


Read more at: The Long Reach of Computer Science

The Long Reach of Computer Science

21 September 2022

Four speakers will outline some of our current work – from developing wellbeing robot coaches to exploring the role of the cybercrime underground in the Russia-Ukraine conflict – at our alumni event on 23 September.


Read more at: Seeking volunteers for federated learning user study.

Seeking volunteers for federated learning user study.

20 September 2022

Researchers here are seeking up to 500 volunteers for an experiment that could help shape the future of private digital advertising.


Read more at: Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship for PhD student

Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship for PhD student

15 September 2022

Congratulations to machine learning PhD student Francisco Vargas who has won $40,000 in funding to conduct a project described as 'an exciting theoretical tour-de-force'.


Read more at: Pioneering cybersecurity collaboration shortlisted for prestigious award

Pioneering cybersecurity collaboration shortlisted for prestigious award

5 September 2022

A research collaboration between this Department and semiconductor leader Arm on pioneering cybersecurity technology has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy of Engineering Bhattacharyya Award 2022.


Read more at: The robots assessing children’s mental wellbeing

The robots assessing children’s mental wellbeing

1 September 2022

Robots can be better at detecting mental wellbeing issues in children than parent-reported or self-reported testing, a new study suggests.


Read more at: Welcoming the Sutton Trust Summer School 2022

Welcoming the Sutton Trust Summer School 2022

23 August 2022

We're very pleased to welcome students into the Department this week for the Sutton Trust / University of Cambridge Computer Science Summer School.


Read more at: Remote monitoring successfully tracks Covid-19 progression over time

Remote monitoring successfully tracks Covid-19 progression over time

19 August 2022

As the UK prepares for an autumn Covid-19 booster campaign, researchers here have unveiled another tool that could help control the spread of the virus - a technology that can remotely monitor patients with the disease.


Read more at: New analysis of noisy balanced allocations wins Student Best Paper Award

New analysis of noisy balanced allocations wins Student Best Paper Award

27 July 2022

A PhD student here is receiving an award this week for his analysis of a model of balanced task allocations that has wide relevance to industry.


Read more at: Death of computer science pioneer Sandy Fraser

Death of computer science pioneer Sandy Fraser

25 July 2022

We're sad to record the death of Dr Alexander Fraser, a computer science pioneer whose work was fundamental to the development of the internet we use today.