Our PhD students share their experiences while researching in the Department for Computer Science.
My experience at Sheffield has definitely helped with my career
Katerina Margatina PhD Student, Computer Science, Natural Language Processing research group
Katerina is doing her PhD in Data Efficient NLP with Active Learning. She recently started the third year of her PhD and this year will be doing two internships, one in Amazon and one in Meta (ex-Facebook).
If Computer Science is something you’ve been interested in, then Sheffield is a fantastic place to study.
Megan Thomas PhD Student, Computer Science - Centre for Doctoral Training in Speech and Language Technologies
Megan is a student in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Speech and Language Technologies and their Applications.
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion: Nathan's Story
Nathan Pevy PhD Student, Class of 2023
This is Nathan - he is a PhD student working across Computer Science and the Medical School and here he shares why he enjoys the community feel of Sheffield and how the University's LGBT society helped him grow as a person. This is his story.
Sheffield is a wonderful city to live in. Living here is like being in a small town but with all the advantages of a city.
Avgoustinos Vouros PhD Student, Computer Science - Machine Learning research group
Originally from Athens, Avgoustinos did an undergrad degree in the department of Electronic Computer Systems Engineering in the Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus. He is now part of the Machine Learning research group.
There is a world of opportunity here and you will really get out what you put in.
Matthew Leach PhD Student, Computer Science - Visual Computing research group
Matt studied his undergraduate degree in Sheffield and felt very at home in the department. He enjoyed the course here, particularly getting stuck into the larger project for his dissertation.
Yulan Liu graduated in 2017 with a PhD in Computer Science. She now works for Amazon, looking to improve speech recognition for smart devices.