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Transforming | Computing, Creative Technologies & Engineering

The School of Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering hosts two research centres; Centre for Cybersecurity Innovation (CSI) and Centre for Research In Computer Science and Applications (CRiCSA). The school offers research degrees (Masters by Research) and doctoral research. There are currently 45 registered research students. There are 7 research staff associated with funded projects and visiting researchers.

Research in the school covers a variety of topics and application areas. The topics include HCI, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, networks, and image and video processing. Our research is broadly classified under four themes: cybersecurity, healthcare and assistive technologies, and sustainable IT.

Research Degrees

Research within the school covers a broad range of topics in four themes – Data Sciences, Sustainable IT, Health and Well-being technologies, and Cybersecurity. We offer research degrees at Masters (MRes) and doctoral (PhD) levels in relevant topics. The research can be in any one of the four themes. The MRes degree is one year full-time or two year part-time. The MRes degree is a good preparation for Doctoral studies. Doctoral research is over 3 years full-time or 5 years part-time. For further information and to discuss research topics, contact the theme lead:

Transforming our lives online: "We want to make the online environment safer for all." - Emlyn Butterfield - School of Computing, Creative Technologies & Engineering
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