Unlocking the secrets of bladder dysfunction: $3.2 million digital twin project aims to combat global health issue
Pioneering technology aiming to uncover the mysteries of a bladder dysfunction that affects millions of people is being developed thanks to a partnership between the University of Sheffield and the University of Pittsburgh.
The UK just passed an online safety law that could make people less safe
Cybersecurity Lecturer Dr Benjamin Dowling explains how the government's new online safety law could potentially leave UK users of end-to-end encryption less safe online.The Conversation
Researcher wins ‘Best Paper’ award at European Symposium on Algorithms
A researcher from the Foundations of Computation (FOX) research group is celebrating after winning the ‘Best Paper’ award at the recent European Symposium on Algorithms.
CognoSpeak team recognised for efforts to build AI tech without bias
The team behind a new AI tool that could help doctors spot the early signs of dementia more quickly and efficiently has been recognised for its partnership efforts to build AI technology without bias.
Students vote Computer Science as number one for ‘student voice’ among Russell Group universities
The University's Computer Science subject has been ranked among the best in the Russell Group by students, featuring in the top three in several categories in the latest National Student Survey (NSS).
Professor Heidi Christensen announced as new Head of the Department of Computer Science
We are delighted to announce that Professor Heidi Christensen has been appointed Head of the Department of Computer Science, with her tenure to commence on 1st September 2023.
AI brain imaging technology given funding boost to help revolutionise healthcare research for patients with chronic nerve pain
Department of Computer Science researchers are collaborating on an innovative AI project which can identify new biomarkers, and could lead to more effective chronic nerve pain treatments.