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School of Computer Science

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Our School of Computer Science became one of the first academic departments in the UK to undertake research and teaching in this field.

Research and Training Centre in Physical Sciences for Health

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the training of high-quality engineering and physical sciences graduate students in a multi-disciplinary environment at the Life Sciences Interface. The focus of PSIBS research is on the development of imaging techniques and the computational analysis of image data to enable and support future breakthroughs

CNCR: Research Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics

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neuroscience and advances in robotics. Our research projects involves collaborations between the Schools of Psychology, Computer Science, Sport and Exercise Sciences, Mechanical, Chemical, and Manufacturing Engineering, Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Medicine and Biosciences. Our links

Metabolomics in the Life Sciences

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and wildlife Metabolomics research at the University of Birmingham began in 2003 and now encompasses multiple research teams in the Schools of Biosciences , Computer Science , Mathematics , Cancer Sciences , Immunity & Infection, and Clinical & Experimental Medicine . Our research focuses primarily in

CRNI - Collaborative Research Network in Imaging and Visualisation

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phenomena and to derive principled solutions; on psychology to understand the human visual perception and draw inspiration from natural vision; and on computer science and engineering to construct working algorithms and devices. The University of Birmingham, with its broad range of disciplines and world

Computer Science Masters/MSc

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Computer Science Masters/MSc. Overview Course details Learning and teaching Employability Masters/MSc postgraduate degree course in Computer Science:   The MSc Computer Science is a Masters degree course for students who have a first degree in a subject other than computing. Designed to open the door

Computer Science/Cognitive Science PhD

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Computer Science/Cognitive Science PhD. Overview Course details Research interests Employability Postgraduate research degree in Computer Science/Cognitive Science PhD/MSc by Research:  The School of Computer Science welcomes highly motivated and well qualified graduates to join us to work towards a

Human Computer Interaction Masters/MSc

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Type of Course: Taught Study Options: Full time Duration: 1 year full-time Start date: September/October Register your interest Apply to study here Related courses Advanced Computer Science Masters/MSc Multidisciplinary Optimisation Masters/MSc Computer Science Masters/MSc Computer Security Masters/MSc

Computer Security Masters/MSc

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October Register your interest Apply to study here Related courses Advanced Computer Science Masters/MSc Computer Science Masters/MSc Robotics Masters/MSc Human Computer Interaction Masters/MSc Multidisciplinary Optimisation Masters/MSc Contact Dr Tom Chothia Tel: +44 (0)121 415 8742 Fax: +44 (0)121 414

Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD (Multimodal Interaction Technologies specialism)

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physics, chemistry, mathematics and computer science, to speech science and linguistics. Current activities Current activities include: Fundamental and applied research into computer vision and speech Image and signalling processing Reconfigurable computing Technologies for multimodal human–machine

Advanced Computer Science Masters/MSc

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Advanced Computer Science Masters/MSc. Overview Course details Learning and teaching Employability Masters/MSc postgraduate degree course in Advanced Computer Science: This programme is intended for graduates with a previous degree in Computer Science or a related discipline, and with a solid foundation