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Our research themes help us investigate the fundamental nature of new computing paradigms and feed it around into real-world impact.
The Department has close links and strong relationships with various research centres and institutes.
The Department continues to build on its history of important, impactful research.
We welcome new opportunities for engaging and collaborating with businesses of all shape and size.
We're committed to promoting and adhering to socially responsible values throughout the Department.
The adoption and expansion of computing among young people and the wider community is central to what we do.