Monthly Archives: June 2015

First fundraising cycle challenge for Professor Richard Jones

As preparation for a Paris to Canterbury cycle ride in September, Professor Richard Jones and colleagues from the University took park in a 60-mile charity bike ride on Sunday 28 June. In September a group of riders will be cycling … Continue reading

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Athena SWAN award presented to School

The School of Computing has been presented with a bronze Athena SWAN award for gender equality work. The award formally recognises the School’s commitment to combating underrepresentation, and advancing the careers of women in science research and academia. Head of School Professor … Continue reading

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Dissertation Award for Mark Batty

Dr Mark Batty has won the 2015 John C Reynolds Doctoral Dissertation Award. This prestigious prize is presented annually to the author of an outstanding doctoral dissertation in the area of Programming Languages from submissions received globally. Mark, who is joined the School … Continue reading

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Now recruiting – lecturers in Medway and Canterbury

The School of Computing is hiring lectures in computing at both our Canterbury and Medway Campuses. The successful candidates will help us to build on the success of the recent REF exercise when we were ranked in the top quartile of … Continue reading

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Now hiring – Sessional Class Supervisors in Medway and Canterbury

The School of Computing is looking to recruit experienced staff to assist with undergraduate classes at both our Medway and Canterbury campuses. The hours of work will be flexible and agreed in consultation with the post-holders. The School of Computing is … Continue reading

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Cyber security research – from Kent to Thailand

The School of Computing has hosted two film crews in an afternoon, both interested in the cyber security work of the School. Lecturer Julio Hernandez-Castro was asked his opinion on a new Kent County Council campaign to help fight cybercrime for a … Continue reading

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