Welcome Back to the School of Computer Science

A very warm welcome back to all returning students of the School of Computer Science. On the Blackboard Site for your programme (under Useful Documents) you will find the welcome week timetable. Make sure you attend all the introductory talks as we have lots to tell you about your next year of study at Lincoln and what has changed since last year. Have some fun this week and then be prepared to study hard from next week onwards!

 

David Cobham

Head of School

Welcome to the School of Computer Science

A very warm welcome to all new students joining programmes that are hosted by the School of Computer Science. If you are new student you should have access to the “Getting Started” area on Blackboard – our virtual learning environment. This gives you the welcome week timetables and introduces you to the activities that we are running this week. Make sure you attend all the introductory talks as we have lots to tell you about being here at Lincoln. Welcome to you all – have some fun this week and study hard from next week onwards!

 

David Cobham

Head of School

 

Happy Graduation Day!

Congratulations to all of the School of Computer Science graduates this afternoon at the Cathedral. With the fantastic weather, it should be a really great afternoon, one which you will remember for a very long time. Look out for your lecturers who will be there to congratulate you. Come and tell us how you are doing and what your plans are for the future.

We will get some pictures up here just as soon as we can..!

Staff and Students Entertain and Inform at the Waddington Air Show

Students and Staff of the School of Computer Science set up and ran an entertaining and educational stand once again at this year’s Waddington Air Show. In addition to the ever-popular robot football and eye-tracker simulations, this year people attending the stand could win a prize by controlling a robot arm that detected their hand movements. There was interest from commercial contacts in the quadcopter demonstration and in the educational programmes offered. The LiSC research group had real time demonstrations of Twitter and Bluetooth activity,  and an informative  crowd simulation application, and the Vision group demonstrated real time foreground and backgroup video separation. A number of military personnel sought advice about the various tailored programmes now offered by the School and there were plenty of general enquiries for many of the other courses offered by the University. The slightly grey and cloudy weather was unfortunate for some of the air displays but did mean that there was a constant flow of people through the exhibits in the covered hangars!

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