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Read more at: The life robotic: Meet the Cambridge researchers investigating how robots could help foster wellbeing in humans
The little robot Nao could help evaluate mental wellbeing in children

The life robotic: Meet the Cambridge researchers investigating how robots could help foster wellbeing in humans

19 July 2023

Researchers in the Affective Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory here are studying the potential robots have to help foster wellbeing in humans.


Read more at: Computational method produces robust roadmap of how brain regions are related
Isaac Sebenius is interested in developing new computational methods that leverage biological knowledge to address open questions related to mental health and psychiatric disorders.

Computational method produces robust roadmap of how brain regions are related

18 July 2023

Researchers using computational methods to study MRI scans say they can produce a more detailed picture of the structural architecture of the human brain than was previously possible.


Read more at: Researcher receives 'Test of Time' Award for her work on data stream processing

Researcher receives 'Test of Time' Award for her work on data stream processing

17 July 2023

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has honoured a researcher here for her work on the efficient use of cloud resources for data stream processing.


Read more at: Award for advancing the sensing capabilities of in-ear devices

Award for advancing the sensing capabilities of in-ear devices

11 July 2023

A former PhD student here has won the ACM SIGMOBILE Doctoral Dissertation Runner-up Award for his research into the use of wearable devices for health monitoring.


Read more at: Free places for UK teachers at computing education conference

Free places for UK teachers at computing education conference

10 July 2023

UK-based teachers of computing subjects can apply for a free place at a leading computing education conference that we and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are hosting in Cambridge this September.


Read more at: Welcoming prospective students at the 2023 Open Days
Our Outreach Administrator Aga is one of those who will be welcoming prospective undergraduates to the Department during our Open Days

Welcoming prospective students at the 2023 Open Days

6 July 2023

We're holding Open Days on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 July when we're welcoming in prospective undergraduate students and their parents.


Read more at: Using computing to address deforestation

Using computing to address deforestation

27 June 2023

Srinivasan Keshav - the Robert Sansom Professor of Computer Science here - tells us about his work on applying computer science to address environmental issues such as deforestation.


Read more at: ACM Programming Languages Software Award goes to OCaml researchers
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ACM Programming Languages Software Award goes to OCaml researchers

19 June 2023

Prof Anil Madhavapeddy and several Department alumni were among those recognised today by the Association for Computing Machinery for their work on developing the functional programming language OCaml.


Read more at: Professorial promotions for six of our colleagues

Professorial promotions for six of our colleagues

19 June 2023

Six of our colleagues have been promoted as Professor in recognition of their outstanding achievements.


Read more at: More UK companies sign up to test groundbreaking cybersecurity technology
The Arm Morello board is a groundbreaking prototype cybersecurity technology that is 'secure-by-design' – i.e. built with security features that do not rely on software updates or patches to protect against malicious actors.

More UK companies sign up to test groundbreaking cybersecurity technology

19 June 2023

Eight more companies have signed up to help test a pioneering new approach to cybersecurity that started life here.