“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.
The Digital Interactions and Visualisation (DIV) Centre will act as a hub for cross-disciplinary commercial projects at RGU.
RGU lanuches 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.
Professor Ian Allison, Head of the School of Computing Science and Digital Media, is speaking at Scotland IS debate, Skills 2020.
18, December, 2013 School pupils to attend cyber crime lecture at RGU
RGU will play host to more than 300 school children from Aberdeen City and Shire on Thursday (Dec 19).
22, November, 2013 Oldmachar Academy pupils given crash course in how to build computers
The S5 and S6 pupils spent the day at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media earlier this week.
21, November, 2013 School pupils given glimpse into prospects of a career in computing
Pupils from a range of schools in Aberdeen City and Shire visited the School of Computing Science and Digital Media at Garthdee
07, November, 2013 RGU to host Big Data event
Event to explore how to make use of the increasingly vast amounts of data available in modern society.
16, October, 2013 Innovative software created by RGU research group
Computing research project sees creation of software to help leading timber business speed up the development of floor plans.
08, October, 2013 RGU computing students pumped for innovation challenge
Team to compete in annual User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) student contest in St Andrews.
Research at the School of Computing & Digital Media at Robert Gordon University shows that major international companies are embracing agile methods on large projects.