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Department of Computer Science

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Software and e-infrastructure

The scientific world runs on software - from tiny scripts to automate scientific tasks, to the millions of lines of code behind international efforts such as the Large Hadron Collider.

We are building the next generation of tools and infrastructure to support best practice for industrial and academic software engineering.

Our aim is to cultivate and improve research software practices, to support world-class research.

Our facilities

We boast an incredible array of facilities, making our innovative software and e-infrastructure research possible.

Areas of expertise

Our researchers focus their work in the following specialist areas:

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    e-Science

    Our eScience team is a multidisciplinary internationally leading research group focusing on the challenges of eScience. We specialise in data and knowledge-intensive e-laboratories.

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    Information management

    The design, development and use of data and knowledge management systems is vital so that the large amount of information we live with can be organised, retrieved, maintained and utilised confidently and securely across all settings, from research data to medical records.

Postgraduate research projects


Lucas Cordeiro projects

Simon Harper projects

Dirk Koch projects

Kung-kiu Lau projects

Mustafa Mustafa projects

Giles Reger projects

Rizos Sakellariou projects

Markel Vigo projects