- 24 Feb 2017
3 Lectureships Available: 2 in Computer Science and 1 in Cyber Security
Information Evening: BSc Computer Science / BA Digital Humanities & Information Technology
The announcement was made this morning by Professor Mark Ferguson on Newstalks' Today with Pat Kenny
Delegation from Beijing University of Technology (BJUT) visit
Providing systems and services to the building and aerospace industries worldwide
Welcome to our 2016-2017 international students
Our Head of Department is delighted so many have chosen to study Computer Science
The world's largest artificial intelligence body (EurAI), has appointed Prof. Barry O'Sullivan as its deputy president
Successful PhD defence for Gareth Young
Today's Irish Examiner story "Children are game to learn about health with apps" gives mention to Dr Sabin Tabirca as a key member on the launch of the new app for iPad
University College Cork has emerged as the country’s top third-level institution in the second release of rankings
Professor Barry O’Sullivan, is amongst leaders "driving Ireland's data science revolution"
The first of the four interview are now available online.
Big data may have answers to everything from avoiding traffic to reducing hospital waiting lists
Examining the challenges posed by Big Data in both the developed and developing worlds
Anne Condon graduated with a BSc Computer Science from UCC in 1982; her career has gone from strength to strength and she is now Head of the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia, Canada. This article appeared in the February Issue of UCC Express.
Computing moves us beyond. CloudLightning aims to dazzle in the next few years.
Internship and Graduate opportunities
New EU wide governments and data protection law result in health research bodies and data scientists holding a Day of Action in Brussels
Full story: Click here
SFI Women in Science is focusing on streamlining gender initiatives across its programmes
Professor Barry O'Sullivan has received a prestigious award. Ceremony to be held in Lyon, France during September 2014
Professor Cormac Sreenan, Computer Science, UCC plays a leading role in the new SFI Networking Research Centre
Donal O Donohoe's article about his 3D modelling and printing for Emmy Award winning Brown Bag Films blog
A third of people think coding is more important than learning Irish
Graduate Jobs Fair: 15th-16th Oct. - 11am-3pm, Devere Hall, UCC
Lenovo reveals a tablet with a projector, Kano's computer kit hits the market, Thync gets investment for its mind-altering wearable and Toshiba exhibits an eerily lifelike robot.
Register now to attend the Open Day. Full schedule can be found at: Click Here
Weather balloon captures stunning footage of stratosphere
All Welcome. Tuesday 7th October 2014, 6pm-8pm, Companies Attending.
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) along with The School of Computer Science & Information Technology at UCC seeks to recruit SFI Research Professors in some key areas. For more details: Click Here
Dr. Ian Pitt, presenting award to Michelle Whooley of Mayfield Arts Centre, Cork
The IT Experience Programme for Transition Years finished up today with a very happy class from Munster schools.
Computer scientists snapped up for jobs while arts graduates struggle
Irish Times, Monday 22nd December 2014
Summer 2014. Internship application extension deadline until April 27th
Do you hold excellent track records in the areas of data analytics, machine learning, statistical pattern recognition and decision support systems?
ICT Teachers Workshops January-April 2014
Next worksshop: March 26th, 3-5pm in Western Gateway Building Room G26, Ground Floor of the Building.
The Department of Computer Science invites you to attend the Open Data Ireland - Meetup #12
Ministers Mr Richard Bruton TD and Mr Seán Sherlock TD launched Insight, a new Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre for Data Analytics.
On the 1st of November UCC graduated for the first time three female Computer Science PhD graduates. While we have always had a steady stream of female Computer Science PhD graduates, this is the highest number graduated at a single conferring.
Professor Barry O'Sullivan; Leadership Award
Dr Sabin Tabirca; Exceptional Citizen Award
Dr John O'Mullane; Awards for Research into Innovative Forms of Teaching
Fidelity Investments Ireland presented its annual award for the Most Innovative Software Engineering Project to UCC Computer Science student Ciarain Murphy at the Computer Science 4th Year Project Open Day on 21 March 2013.
The BSc Computer Science graduating ceremony took place on Thursday 31st October 2013.
Scores of Ireland’s best young programmers descend on UCC
Prof. Barry O'Sullivan - Joint State/Industry Investment
PhD Studentships in Novel Algorithms for Real-Time Optimisation Department of Computer Science, UCC