Newcastle paper selected for 2018 Best Paper Award
The IEEE Systems Journal has selected Dr Rajiv Ranjan’s paper for its 2018 Best Paper Award.
published on: 19 March 2018
International student satisfaction at Newcastle ranked in UK's top 10
International students continue to rate highly their experience at Newcastle University, an international student survey has revealed.
published on: 6 March 2018
Student wins award whilst on placement with IBM
IBM awards School of Computing placement student with Offering Management Award
published on: 16 February 2018
Students sought for prestigious international competition
This summer Newcastle University will again be entering a team of students into the prestigious International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition.
published on: 15 February 2018
£5.2 million for PhD training
Newcastle University has been awarded £5.2 million for doctoral training starting September 2018.
published on: 8 February 2018
USB scoops sustainability award
The Urban Sciences Building (USB), the University’s flagship £60m building for urban research, has received the Lord Mayor’s Design Award for Sustainability in Newcastle.
published on: 2 February 2018
Plugging the digital skills gap
Prime Minister announces £20 million for Institute of Coding to train next generation of digital specialists.
published on: 30 January 2018
Inventors of the past inspire new innovation programme
First cohort of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning start-ups give a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘tinkering in the garage’.
published on: 24 January 2018
Newcastle University graduates help bring popular video games to life
In an industry that is typically male dominated, female graduates from Newcastle University are forging their way in the video gaming profession.
published on: 24 January 2018
Newcastle team take 3rd place in Procter & Gamble European IT Hackathon
Students from Newcastle University competed against teams from across Europe in this 24-hour challenge.
published on: 7 December 2017
Newcastle University set to join The Alan Turing Institute
Newcastle University is set to join the national institute for data science – The Alan Turing Institute – as a new university partner.
published on: 21 November 2017
Newcastle Students Win Gold Medal in iGEM competition
Cross-faculty student team competed against Oxford, Harvard, MIT and 300 other teams from across the world at the Boston Synthetic Biology competition.
published on: 17 November 2017
Global Challenges Academy website launches
Newcastle University has launched a new Global Challenges Academy website. It highlights work with partners across academic borders and disciplines to help address challenges facing the world.
published on: 2 November 2017
IEEE Cloud Computing selects Newcastle paper as October's feature
BigData is now a fundamental part of all decision making processes but it is far more complicated than the public perception.
published on: 1 November 2017
Highly-cited paper features in special article collection
A paper by Rajiv Ranjan has been included in an Elsevier article celebrating the Chinese Computer Science Research landscape.
published on: 30 October 2017
Establishing the engineering fundamentals of three-dimensional synthetic biology
Dr Angel Goni-Moreno has won an EPSRC First Grant for SynBio3D, a project that will change engineers' understanding of synthetic biological systems.
published on: 19 October 2017
A World Top 100 University for Computer Science
We are proud to announce that we've retained our status as one of the very best in the world for computer science.
published on: 17 October 2017
Fifty years on
Five alumni from the postgraduate class of 1967 recently reconvened to see how their course and the University have changed.
published on: 11 October 2017
Prime Minister of Greece visits Open Lab: Athens
The Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, was given an introduction to Open Lab: Athens as part of a visit to the Impact Hub in Athens.
published on: 26 September 2017
International Conference on Reliability, Safety and Security of Railway Systems
published on: 20 September 2017
Newcastle research contributes to the ISO/IEC and IoT standards
published on: 18 September 2017
Newcastle security researchers win best paper award
published on: 11 September 2017
Newcastle Professors named Fellows of Royal Academy of Engineering
Two leading academics have been elected to join the most exclusive fellowship in the engineering profession.
published on: 6 September 2017
Newcastle Computing Lecturer named National Teaching Fellow
Dr Lindsay Marshall, a Senior Lecturer in Computing at Newcastle University, has received the top accolade in the country for teaching in higher education.
published on: 31 August 2017
Performance, Energy, Reliability: Newcastle Researchers Enable Next Generation Processor Design
This month's issue of IEEE Computer - the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society - features pioneering work by Newcastle researchers that will help designers evaluate the trade-offs between crucial features in the design of scalable processors.
Hacking a US electronic voting booth takes less than 90 minutes
At a security conference last week, security researchers proved that it is possible to access and change votes on the same voting machines used in US elections in the time it takes to watch a movie.
published on: 2 August 2017
Professor Vicki Hanson is made honorary Doctor of Science
Professor Vicki Hanson was made an honorary Doctor of Science on the 12th July at Newcastle University.
published on: 17 July 2017
Dr Lindsay Marshall talks about the iPhone’s 10th anniversary
Lisa Shaw from BBC Radio Newcastle and Lindsay Marshall discuss the iPhone's 10 anniversary.
published on: 11 July 2017
'MySkinSelfie' mobile app to keep track of skin conditions
MySkinSelfie, a mobile application which makes it easier to keep track of how your skin conditions change over time, was featured on BBC Newcastle this morning.
published on: 4 July 2017
Dr Feng Hao’s 2006 paper tops the Google Scholar Classic papers in Computer Security & Cryptography
Google just released "Classic Papers” this consists of classic papers consisted of articles that were published 10 years ago.
published on: 23 June 2017
The importance of time and space in brain development and disease
Exactly when and where individual neurons develop is as important to our understanding of brain diseases as the underlying genetics, experts have shown.
published on: 16 June 2017
£58m ‘building of the future’ to be wrapped in a web of data
A ‘portrait’ of every link and data point that makes up Newcastle University’s website will emblazon the outside of the new Urban Sciences Building being built on Science Central.
published on: 2 June 2017
Fighting forgery with paper fingerprints
Fingerprinting official documents could provide a cost-effective way to prevent forgery, new research shows.
published on: 25 May 2017
The ‘reality’ of virtual reality pornography
Experts at Computing Science are investigating how virtual reality is changing the experience of pornography.
published on: 19 May 2017
Computing Science wins School Rep Research (PGR) Award
Newcastle University Student’s Union celebrated the amazing achievements of its student representatives at the Student Rep Awards.
published on: 12 May 2017
Jill Green elected to perform the role of Deputy Mayor of Gateshead
Jill Green has held the role of a local Labour Councillor, actively serving the Pelaw & Heworth Ward in Gateshead for 6 years.
published on: 4 May 2017
Tilted device could pinpoint pin number for hackers, study reveals
Researchers were able to guess a four-digit code with 70% accuracy at the first attempt and 100% at fifth just from how a device was held.
published on: 4 May 2017
Newcastle University recognised as a national leader in cyber research.
Newcastle University has reaffirmed its position as one of the UK’s leading centres for cyber security research after being named a Centre of Excellence by Government.
published on: 3 April 2017
Is the North East one of Britain’s best-kept cyber security secrets?
The news headlines are increasingly dominated by the activities of cyber criminals and nation states.
published on: 31 March 2017
Newcastle University ranked top 10 in the UK for student experience
The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017 places Newcastle University 8th overall in the UK, cementing it as one of the leading institutions in the country for the experience it offers to its students.
published on: 27 March 2017
Newcastle residents invited to give their views on city’s parks
The future of Newcastle’s parks and allotments is up for discussion, and researchers at Newcastle University are making it easier for people to give their views and opinions.
published on: 22 March 2017
Computing Science Nominations for TEAs 2016-17
Four staff from Computing Science have been nominated for the 2016-2017 NUSU TEAs.
published on: 22 March 2017
Scott Logic spearheads software testing careers with latest event
The benefits of a career in software testing were brought to life for Newcastle’s students at Scott Logic’s latest event this weekend.
published on: 20 March 2017
BBC Arabic interview Graham Morgan about ASTEROID project
The Asteroid project, led by Jenny Reed (Institute of Neuroscience) in collaboration with Graham Morgan and Craig Sharp (School of Computing Science), is a highlight of a BBC Arabic special report.
published on: 9 September 2016
Cyber Security online course begins 5 September
The Secure and Resilient Systems research group in the School of Computing are putting the finishing touches on a new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Cyber Security.
published on: 5 September 2016
Asynchronous circuits event held
In a three-day event, the Asynchronous Systems Laboratory has celebrated the 60th Birthday of its co-founder, Prof. Alex Yakovlev.
published on: 1 September 2016