Computer Science Society

CSSThe Computer Science Society aims to provide wide range of social and careers activities to enable you to take time out from studying and relax in a friendly atmosphere with other students (and sometimes the staff too!). Our events include paintballing, laser quests, meals out, pub quizzes, Hackathons and console nights.  Follow @CSSBham on Twitter or join our Facebook group to see what we get up to.

EPS Societies' Awards won:

  • EPS Community Award 2014, Bella Dunovska
  • Outstanding Event Award 2016, the Women in Technology Conference with WISE
  • Inspirational Committee Member 2016, Jack Wearden
  • Oustanding Event Award 2017, HackTheMidlands
  • Society of the Year 2016/17

Event - WITInspirational - Jack Wearden






Outstanding Event - CSSSociety of the Year - CSS








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Women in Technology Conference 2017

On Saturday 28 October 2017, the University's Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) and the Computer Science Societies (CSS) hosted the third edition of the Women in Technology Conference, to celebrate women working in, or aspiring to work in, one of the world's fastest growing industries.

CSS 2017 – magnificent!

CSS has had a wonderful year in a multitude of ways. With 46 events and over double the income of the previous year, they have been able to offer more and more to our members. President Tom Goodman tells us more.

CSS: BrumHack and beyond

This year's been a great year for CSS, and with more members, events and sponsorship raised than ever before. Current President Jack Wearden tells us more.

Women in Science and Technology Conference Day - Tech inspiration: celebrating the women in technology

Join us on 6 February 2016 for a Women in Technology event! We are currently organising the day as part of a joint enterprise by the Computer Science Society (CSS) and WISE (Women in Science and Engineering Society).

CSS Update - March 2015

CSS has gone from strength to strength this academic year and the Society is providing a wide range of events for members. President Diana Murgulet tells us more.

Final Year Project Highly Commended for the Global Undergraduate Awards' Programme

Richard Blumenthal graduated in July 2013 with a BSc Computer Science with Industrial Year and his final year project was chosen to be in the Top 8 of the Undergraduate Awards' global award programme. He was "Highly Commended" for his NFT Android App

Student project shortlisted for UK BSc Final Year Computer Science Project 2013

Horatio Caine graduated in July with a first class BSc Computer Science Year in Industry degree. His excellent research-focused final year project resulted in him being shortlisted as a finalist for one of the UK's Computer Science competitions.
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