Monthly Archives: March 2015

Jodie Perry wins Best Course Rep at Kent Union Teaching Awards

Second year undergraduate student Jodie Perry has been presented with the Kent Union Teaching Award for best course rep. Jodie has held the elected position since October 2014 and has represented the views of students at the School of Computing in the … Continue reading

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University recognised for excellence in cyber security research

The internationally leading research activity at the University of Kent’s Cybersecurity centre has been recognised by GCHQ and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) through the award of the title of  Academic Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security Research … Continue reading

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There’s no deceiving University of Kent technology

Final year Undergraduate student Oliver Florence explores deception detection and a new technology being developed at The University of Kent’s School of Computing. Although the idea of being strapped into a polygraph machine might well make you uncomfortable, it seems … Continue reading

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Summerbuzz competition for Stage 1 students

A £500 prize is on offer to first year School of Computing students who can demonstrate that their plans for the summer will make them more employable. The prize is being offered by employer Kinetic Solutions, who has a longstanding … Continue reading

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