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  • One year of the SICSA Network and Systems (NET-SYS) Research Theme

    by Dimitrios Pezaros 15 January 2018 In September 2016, I took over as leader of the SICSA Networking and Systems (NET-SYS) theme from Marwan Fayed who had done an excellent job leading SICSA’s Next Generation Internet (NGI) activities over the past few years. Not only there was a succession in leadership, there was also the launch of ... Read more
  • SICSA Knowledge Exchange Update

    by Alistair Lawson, SICSA KE Director 9 January 2018 Bliadhna Mhath Ùr! / Happy New Year! It has been a busy few months since I took over the role of SICSA Knowledge Exchange Director at the end of April 2017. Planning for Demofest 2017 was already in hand at that stage, and thanks go to Steven Kendrick and ... Read more
  • Theory, Modelling and Computation Research Theme update

    by Ekaterina Komendantskaya 24 November 2017 SICSA Theory, Modelling and Computation theme had a busy time in the academic year 2016-17. We funded six events on Theorem Proving, Programming Language Semantics, Categories, Logic and Physics, Algebra and Coalgebra, Combinatorics. The events took place at St Andrews, Strathclyde and Edinburgh universities. The biggest of these events, ALCOPVIII (https://personal.cis.strath.ac.uk/clemens.kupke/ALCOP2017/), ... Read more
  • SICSA HCI Research Theme update

    by Dr Miguel Nacenta and Dr Martin Halvey  2 November 2017 The SICSA HCI theme is one of the longest running themes in SICSA. Within Scotland, we have a range of world-leading expertise that address the difficult research problems in human-computer interaction. As such the SICSA HCI Theme encompasses over 36 individual research groups at 12 Scottish universities. ... Read more
  • My PECE visit to the Arizona State University

    By Dr Areti Manataki, Senior Researcher in The University of Edinburgh 22nd October 2017 In summer 2017 I visited the Department of Biomedical Informatics in the Arizona State University as part of a SICSA-funded Postdoctoral and Early Career Researcher Exchange (PECE). To say that this research visit has been successful would be an understatement. It has allowed ... Read more