Research in the School of Computing and Creative Technologies
The School of Computing and Creative Technologies has a drive to engage in research which is of direct relevance to industry, society and the environment.
Our research covers a wide range of subjects within the fields of computer science, computer systems, information systems, mathematics and statistics.
Research centre and groups
The Computer Science Research Centre (CSRC) research activities cover many of the facets of 21st century computer science, from artificial intelligence to graphene sensors for IoT applications.
The Creative Technologies Laboratory (CT Lab) is an interdisciplinary research group that spans and intersects computer science and the creative arts. We aim to create and evaluate seamless interfaces between people and technology to enhance human perception and creative expression.
Delivering internationally excellent mathematics research, including real-world impact, develop research collaboration, apply its research to outstanding learning and generate income.
We employ complex dynamics in physical, chemical and biological media to design novel computational techniques, architectures and working prototypes of non-linear media based computers.
College of Arts, Technology and Environment studentship opportunities
To view all currently advertised funded or partially funded studentships within the School and wider College, please view our main studentship opportunities webpages.