“The most enjoyable part of my student life at Robert Gordon University was conducting research into evolutionary programming. This has served me well in my career, where I am developing novel solutions to tackle challenges in modern drug discovery.”
Nathan Brown School of Computing Graduate, The Institute of Cancer Research
Explore the latest Computing news, including staff and student achievements and announcements.
31, July, 2014 Student looks to level playing field in computer chess
Edward Shearer has created an application which sees the computer gradually build up moves and experience based on previous games.
22, July, 2014 Computing savvy Ellon students pick up university prizes
Two prizewinning Ellon friends are celebrating after graduating from the same course at RGU.
22, July, 2014 RGU opens doors for Nairn graduate
Gary Henderson graduated with a BSc Computing for Internet and Multimedia from RGU on Friday, July 18.
22, July, 2014 Chirpy Chirpy Tweet Tweet: Broch student wins award for app which analyses Twitter data
An RGU student who has developed an app for analysing Twitter data in a meaningful way is celebrating after the project won him an industry award.
22, July, 2014 RGU honours IT entrepreneur
IT entrepreneur Barry Smyth was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Technology (Hon DTech) at RGU's graduation ceremony on Friday, July 18.
RGU is to host a two-day workshop this month examining how ICT can play a key role in international development.
23, April, 2014 Winner of The Challenge loving life at RGU
Reginald Ankrah started studying for an MSc Information Engineering course in January.
The Digital Interactions and Visualisation (DIV) Centre will act as a hub for cross-disciplinary commercial projects at RGU.
RGU launches Student Partnership Agreement to continually improve the student learning experience.
05, February, 2014 Leading research on digital technologies from across Scotland to go on show at RGU
DEMOfest North will feature around 40 exhibitors from across Scotland's universities on Tues, Feb 11.
Research at the School of Computing & Digital Media at Robert Gordon University shows that major international companies are embracing agile methods on large projects.