School of Computing

Welcome to the School of Computing

Our reputation for providing top quality graduates puts Kent fifth out of all Computing departments for 'Career after 6 months' in the Guardian league tables for 2013.

  • Congratulations to our new students, we look forward to seeing you in Welcome Week.
  • Year in Industry: 75% of our undergraduates in 2014/15 are on a placement with leading companies including CISCO in California, HSBC in Hong Kong and IBM in the UK. Placements opportunities are now available for all MSc students.
  • KITC: students gain first-hand experience of working as IT consultants as part of their degree.
  • Find out more at our Open Days. The next Open Day is on Saturday 4 October 2014 at our Canterbury campus.

News

Medway Research Festival The second Medway Research Festival took place at the Pilkington Building, Medway campus on 10th September. The Festival was based around a series of short presentations, discussions and demonstrations from research staff and students from the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and Greenwich University, which share the Medway campus. The School of Computing displayed its research activities on Unconventional Computing via memristor, Brain Computing and Big Data. Head of S...

11th September 2014

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Open Day – Wednesday 17th September The School of Computing will host a variety of activities at the upcoming University of Kent Open Day on Wednesday 17th September. Demonstrations showing a variety of research and student projects will run in the School of Computing building on the Canterbury campus from 9:30 to 15:00, with admissions officers available there and in the sports centre all day. There will be a panel session in Cornwallis SW101 (Brian Spratt room) in the Cornwallis building, fo...

11th September 2014

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Best Paper Award Dr Peter Rodgers, Director of Research and Enterprise at the School of Computing and his collaborators Dr Peter Chapman and Dr Gem Stapleton, both at the University of Brighton, have been awarded Best Paper. The award was given at the Visual Languages and Computing Workshop, part of the  20th International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems (DMS) for their paper "PaL Diagrams: A Linear Diagram-Based Visual Language". The DMS conference took place ...

4th September 2014

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Welcome #kentopenday visitors! @UniKentComp has demonstrations, talks and the Makerspace is open to explore http://t.co/7yGJMsUp3S

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RT @UniKentLive: For all you early birds - welcome to Kent! We hope you have a fantastic day #kentopenday

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Research staff and students had the opportunity to showcase research activities at the Medway Research Festival http://t.co/VO09vYlo3N

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School of Computing, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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Last Updated: 18/09/2014