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  • The Department is a founding member of a new £20 million Institute of Coding – a consortium of more than 60 universities, businesses and industry experts tackling the UK’s digital skills gap, which was announced by the Prime Minister today (25 January 2018).

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • Department awarded grant to create two new MSc programmes in cyber security and AI

    The Department has been awarded £183k by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to develop two new MSc programmes combining cyber security and artificial intelligence (AI). This will help us to inspire and educate our future students who will become the next generation of cyber security professionals.

  • Professor Kalina Bontcheva from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Computer Science comments on fake news and reflects on her experience of giving evidence at the Department for Digital, Culture, Music and Sport (DCMS) enquiry on fake news

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  • Student wins APT Rocket Build

    Undergraduate student, George Christian, took part in the first Rocket.Build Academy and was awarded first prize for his innovative route planning tool.

  • Researchers help uncover suspected Twitter propaganda accounts

    Researchers from the Department have helped to uncover 45 suspected Twitter propaganda accounts.

  • Dr Andreas Vlachos presents at the European Parliament

    Dr Andreas Vlachos presents at the 2017 European Parliament (STOA) Science and Technology Options Assessment) Annual Lecture

  • Student Success at Cisco University Challenge 2017

    A team of students from the Department were placed in the top 3 at the Cisco University Challenge 2017

  • Researchers from the Brains on Board investigator team submit evidence to the Lords Select Committee on AI

    Researchers from the Brains on Board investigator team, including Professor James Marhshall from the Department, have submitted a publication as evidence to the Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

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    Highly commended paper: University Awards

    Jack Deadman, a fourth year computer science student, was among 19 students from the University of Sheffield who were included in the Highly Commended Entrants at The Undergraduate Awards, 2017.

  • Archaeologists and computer scientists at the University of Sheffield have developed a new 3D model of the most complete remaining charnel chapel in the UK.

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  • Eamonn Homes and Dr Hilary use Active 10 App

    Eamonn Holmes and Dr. Hilary Jones LIVE in Birmingham to encourage 650,000 inactive adults in West Midlands to get brisk walking by using the Active 10 App developed by researchers in the Department.

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    First walking app of its kind launches to help adults be more physically active

    Public Health England (PHE) launches a new One You physical activity campaign today (24 August) to encourage people to build 10 minute brisk walks into their day with the free Active 10 app, developed in partnership with researchers from the Department of Computer Science at The University of Sheffield.

    The Active 10 app is the first of its kind to measure how much brisk walking you are doing and highlights how many continuous chunks of ten minutes – know as Active 10s – are achieved each day.

  • Distinguished Paper Awards

    Researchers have received distinguished paper awards at two conferences.

  • Computer Science at the University of Sheffield have announced it has invested in the NVIDIA® DGX-1™ AI supercomputer to accelerate research in deep learning.

    As part of the new Sheffield Advanced Research Computer cluster the new supercomputer plays an important part in the department’s plans to become a centre of expertise for deep learning in the UK.

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  • Number 1 Russell Group University for student experience - Times Higher Education Survey 2017

    Students vote Sheffield number 1 in the Russell Group

    Sheffield has been voted the top Russell Group university in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, and the Students' Union is named the UK's best for the ninth year in a row.

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