Computing News

Here are the latest news stories from Computing:

Surrey named a centre of excellence for cyber security research

The University of Surrey has been recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) by the government. This confirms the strength of the security research in the recently-established Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS), which is led by the Department of Computing and participated by 6 other academic departments. 

Read more about the recognition and what it means for the Centre and Department on the main Feature page.

Surrey Computing student awarded WCIT Outstanding Information Technology Student Prize 2015

Congratulations to Claudia Baturone, a final-year undergraduate student in the Department of Computing, who was recently awarded an “Outstanding Information Technology Student Prize 2015” by the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (WCIT). Only 7 such prizes were given this year to students from Surrey, Cambridge, Oxford, City University London, Brunel, Hertfordshire and Warwick.

Dr Norman Poh awarded Medical Research Council (MRC) Research Grant

Dr Norman Poh, a Lecturer of the Department of Computing working on healthcare and biometrics, was recently awarded a research project grant titled "Modelling and Predicting the Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease" by MRC (Medical Research Council). The project will be led by Dr Poh and contributed by Prof Simon de Lusignan and Dr Tom Chan from the Department of Health Care Management and Policy as co-investigators. The project is expected to start on 1st September 2015 and will last for 3 years.

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