Cybersecurity continues to be a growing priority for businesses all over the world, and an academic from Edge Hill University will be conducting research into the use of novel technologies to address the security threats particularly in smart devices.
Edge Hill Computer Science Department has again hosted the Global Game Jam, where students across Computer Science and Creative Writing courses joined together in groups to create a video game in 48 hours.
Edge Hill students gained new skills and boosted their employability through challenges set by top businesses during dedicated ‘Hack’ week.
Edge Hill University’s Computer Science Department is building pioneering robots to help monitor and care for older people, patients and autistic children.
After receiving a First Class Honours in Web Systems Development in 2015, Edge Hill graduate Tom Walker returned to campus to help boost employability in the Computer Science Department.
“You’re just wasting your time.” “You’ll
ruin your eyesight – get some fresh air!” “All that sitting…
First year Computing student Asim Hussain has his heart set on a career with a global technology company, and thanks to the Student Opportunity Fund he is one step closer.
Edge Hill University is taking part in a cutting edge project by Europe’s biggest research and innovation programme promising breakthroughs and world firsts. The University’s Department of Computer Science is delivering a £400,000 work package, part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 project, exploring the quality of open source computer software. Open source software includes […]
Professor Mark Anderson has appeared on Radio New Zealand to discuss the 20th anniversary of a legendary chess game which saw a computer beat a World Chess Champion for the first time.
There’s not much you can do in just five minutes. You could take a
shower, perhaps, make a cuppa,…