The appointment of a former principal researcher at Microsoft will add a new dimension to Lancaster University’s think tank for the future.
New artificial intelligence software designed to spot new child sexual abuse media online could help police catch child abusers.
The first of a series of new installations has been revealed outside InfoLab21. The iString Light Tree #InfoLabTree is an installation donated by MK Illuminations, collaborative partners on Project Firefly, led by Dr Joe Finney, School of Computing and Communications.
Lancaster University and Raytheon UK has agreed a strategic partnership that will deliver talented and skilled cyber security professionals to help protect the UK economy.
Reusing similar passwords across many online accounts may make you more vulnerable to cyber criminals’ guessing than people realise – new research reveals.
Artificially intelligent computer software that can learn, adapt and rebuild itself in real-time could help combat climate change.
Monica Plotkin, who is studying Computer Science, has been awarded one of the Ede & Ravenscroft Women into Science Prizes for 2016. This £1000 prize rewards female students for their outstanding academic achievement in science subjects in which they are traditionally underrepresented. The prizes are awarded by Ede & Ravenscroft, who supply robes for Lancaster University students during graduation.
Security research paves the way towards new hybrid cyber defences for nationally critical buildings.
The first Computer Science students have started studying at Beijing Jiaotong University (BJTU) as part of Lancaster’s latest initiative with China.
The School of Computing and Communications is #1 in the UK for graduate prospects in computer science in the latest league table, published in The Times and Sunday Times.