The School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics research centre is a community of research staff and students whose interests lie in the effective design, application and use of technology in the contexts of information, communication, aesthetics and knowledge, with a broad spectrum of perspectives ranging from human-centred approaches to formal mathematical modelling, to generating new knowledge of the structure of nuclei and engineering products and design.
New research studentships available
The University of Brighton's Doctoral College invites applications from around the world for one of up to 20 new research studentships available for entry during the 2013/2014 academic year. Find out more
|15 May||Dr Jixin Ma
University of Greenwich
|Let's Talk about Time|
|5 June||Dr David Wilson
University of North Carolina
|Dancing with Technology: Creativity Support Tools in the Performing Arts|
All seminars are in Watts Building, room 504, from 1-2pm, unless stated otherwise.
Researchers in the Natural Language Technology Group have been awarded funding in the international Digging into Data Challenge to develop new ways of exploring historical records. Find out more...
Andrew Fish of our Visual Modelling Research group has been awarded an EPSRC grant for his project Automatic Diagram Generation. Find out more...
The university has been awarded a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with with Crimson Tangerine Ltd – a technology-rich Digital Advertising Services provider.
The Journal of Physics has highlighted the work of our current PhD student, Camino Rodriguez Triguero in their January 2012 publication
Professor Morgan Heikal joins the REF
Professor Morgan Heikal is one of six academics from the university who who have recently been appointed to sit on panels for the national Research Excellence Framework (REF).