Research

School of Computing & Digital Technologies research

Professor Shengchao Qin - Associate Dean

“The School of Computing & Digital Technologies hosts a wide variety of exciting research themes, ranging from both theoretical and applied studies in computer science to applied research in creative sectors such as immersive technologies, computer games, animation, media and the arts.”

Professor Shengchao Qin - Associate Dean

The School of Computing & Digital Technologies conducts a wide range of both theoretical and applied research from computer science and artificial intelligence to games, animation, media and the Arts. Hosted in our in our research groups (Games, Animation, Media & the Arts, Machine Intelligence and Software & Systems) we specialise in and are recognised for our research in Artificial Intelligence, software engineering, programming languages, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, computer games, immersive technologies, animation, media and fine art.

We have secured research funding from various sources including: the European Commission; UKRI (EPSRC, BBSRC, Innovate UK); ICO and the Future of Life Institute. We collaborate with a range of academic and industrial partners at both international and national levels.

In REF2014, 100% of our research in Computer Science and Informatics and 61% in Art and Design were considered as internationally recognised, with 69.8% of our Computer Science outputs and 70% of our Art and Design impact ranked as world leading or internationally excellent .


Research centres and groups


Games, Animation, Media & the Arts
Machine Intelligence
Software & Systems

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NEWS AND EVENTS

Simon McKeown, Reader in University’s School of Computing, Media & the Arts. Link to Simon McKeown, Reader in University’s School of Computing, Media & the Arts.

Gearing up for discussion about the social history of disability

A passion for a rare type of vehicle once used by society’s most vulnerable people has led renowned artist Simon McKeown on a personal journey.

10 Jan 2019 Research

 
Simon Mckeown. Link to Simon Mckeown.

Where are they now? Help is needed to uncover hidden history of iconic invalid carriages

There’s currently one sitting proudly in the Museum of Liverpool, another in nearby St George’s Hall. And a Teesside University artist and academic has one of the world’s largest collections, with 26 currently in his fleet.

16 Nov 2018 Research