Computer Science and Informatics (UoA 11)

Almost all of the research in this UoA is officially classified as world-leading or internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance and rigour.

The following academic unit forms the submission to UoA 11:

Five research groups submitted to UoA 11:

  • Biology, Neurosciences and Computing
  • Concurrent Asynchronous Systems
  • Dependability
  • Digital Interaction
  • Systems

The School has now realigned its structure to six research groups.

The School pursues several research themes which are cross-cutting and flexible, formed to address new challenges which do not fall neatly into the remit of a single research group:

  • asynchronous systems
  • cloud computing
  • complex systems
  • e-science
  • game technologies
  • security - information assurance and secure systems
  • integrative bioinformatics
  • mobile computing
  • pedagogy
Computer Science and Informatics

Key research units

To support long term research engagements and outreach activities, the UoA hosts key research units that further stimulate and provide an output venue for research activities:

International impact

The following case studies demonstrate the impact of our research:

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