News Archive

  • Third SICSA Workshop on Technology for Health and Well Being (THAW)

    The Third SICSA Workshop on Technology for Health and Well Being will take place on Friday 20th June 2014 at the LT1415 Seminar Room, Livingstone Tower, University of Strathclyde and will be organised by Dr Marilyn McGee-Lennon (Mobiquitous Group, UoS) and Professor Lynne Baillie (ITT Group, GCU). Workshop Outline: A clear opportunity can be found in the ...
  • SICSA launches new “Data Science” research theme

    Following the recent announcement about the Data Lab Innovation Centre, we are pleased to confirm the launch of a brand new SICSA Research Theme in Data Science.  The theme will run initially for 12 months and is set to deliver a range of activities and workshops across Scotland – bringing together researchers and stakeholders working ...
  • Cyber-Security Challenge UK, Glasgow

    The Cyber-security Challenge UK began in 2010 as three competitions run by a small group of supporters from industry,
  • SICSA Deep Learning Workshop

    On the 6 May 2014 we will be running a workshop on Deep Learning to bring together those who are working in Machine Learning, Statistics, and the wider community, who are working on, using or interested in Deep Machine Learning Methods.
  • SICSA PhD Conference 2014

    SICSA is pleased to announce that the 6th annual SICSA PhD Conference will be held at the University of St Andrews on 9th and 10th June 2014.
  • Forthcoming Distinguished Visitor Events

    The aim of this talk is to illustrate the use of Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies as building blocks of smart city applications.
  • 3000 Kids attend SICSA Cyber-Security Christmas Lectures

    Teenagers from across Scotland recently attended a series of Cyber-Security lectures organised by the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA). The lectures took place at the Universities of Glasgow; Edinburgh Napier; Abertay; and RGU between the 16th and 19th of December 2013 and were be attended by 3000 pupils from High Schools across the ...
  • Glasgow researchers catching your eye at Celtic Connections festival

    Visitors to the 21st Celtic Connections festival will have the chance to hold the world in their hands at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall from today (Thursday 16 January). Researchers from the University of Glasgow’s School of Computing Science have teamed up with Edinburgh-based display developer Pufferfish Ltd to create an eye-catching illuminated globe which will provide ...
  • SICSA Future Cities Theme Launch

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the SICSA Future Cities Theme which kicked off in December with an academic led workshop to discuss the research challenges and future direction of this exciting area. Theme leader, Dr Matthew Chalmers had the following to say on the topic: “Future cities offers an intellectual and funding opportunity, ...