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  • Launch of SICSA Conference Bursary Programme

    SICSA is pleased to announce the launch of our Conference Bursary programme in March 2019, which will be available to all PhD students working in SICSA Departments/Schools. The programme offers funding of up to £1000 for students to attend conferences in the UK and across the rest of the world.  The funding can be used for ... Read more
  • Welcome to new SICSA Cyber Security Theme Leaders

    SICSA extends a warm welcome to Professor Karen Renaud (University of Abertay) and Dr Deepayan Bhowmik (University of Stirling), who take over the management of the SICSA Cyber Security Research Theme this month.  Karen and Deepayan will be responsible for leading the theme for the next two years. Thanks go to Professor Chris Johnson (University of ... Read more
  • Welcome to our new Deputy Director and Director of Knowledge Exchange & Impact

    We are pleased to welcome our new SICSA Deputy Director, Dr Tim Storer of the University of Glasgow.  Dr Storer is also Director of Knowledge Exchange & Impact and our main link to industry and the public sector. Tim will be an excellent addition to the SICSA team and has a fantastic vision for the Pool. ... Read more
  • Applications invited for the post of SICSA Director

    Applications are invited from any suitable member of academic staff within a SICSA Institution for the role of SICSA Director. The post is initially funded to end of July 2020. Job Purpose SICSA is the Scottish Funding Council Research Pool in Informatics and Computer Science.  The goal of SICSA is to cohere the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science ... Read more
  • SICSA Deputy Director/Director of KE & Impact – Deadline Extended

    The SICSA Directors would like to invite suitable candidates from any SICSA institution to submit an application for the role of Director for Knowledge Exchange and Impact / SICSA Deputy Director. SICSA has a strong Knowledge Exchange programme, aiming to exploit and enhance the research capabilities and reputation of Scottish Universities, by assisting researchers at all levels ... Read more