Monthly Archives: November 2015

Anna Jordanous completes marathon in aid of academic collaborator

Dr Anna Jordanous, Lecturer in the School of Computing has completed a ‘wet, windy, rainy, and crazily muddy’ marathon to fundraise for a friend. Anna completed the Thames Meander Marathon in aid of her friend and collaborator Alan Stanley who was recently … Continue reading

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Mark Batty wins second dissertation award

Dr Mark Batty, Lecturer in the School of Computing, has won a second award for his doctoral thesis. His dissertation, The C11 and C++11 concurrency model, was selected as the winner in the 2015 CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertation Competition.  The thesis also won the John … Continue reading

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UK ‘spying law’ removes right to privacy says Kent expert

Dr Eerke Boiten warns Investigatory Powers bill will remove Internet Service Providers’ right to protect your privacy. Eerke Boiten, School of Computing and Director of the Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research, writes in The Conversation : ‘We should seriously debate the role … Continue reading

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Women in Computing event hosted by School

On Thursday 5 November, the School hosted a Women in Computing event to inspire students by hearing from female speakers who are successful in their respective industries,  despite women being significantly under-represented in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries. Katie Difford, a second … Continue reading

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