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  1. 29, July, 2015 RGU researcher recognised for Artificial Intelligence work

    Susan Craw H&S

    Professor Susan Craw has been announced as a senior member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).  

  2. 24, July, 2015 Saudi student puts in first class performance at RGU

    Computing prize giving 2015: David Davidson with Abdulrahman Alhabib

    A Saudi computing student is celebrating after picking up a university award for his outstanding academic performance.  

  3. 22, July, 2015 School of Computing Science and Digital Media Prizegiving round up

    Michael Alexander

    The School of Computing Science and Digital Media celebrated its annual prizegiving ceremony at the start of July, with more than 50 students from all courses being presented with a range of awards.  

  4. 22, July, 2015 Inverurie student wins prize for designing scout group trading website

    Scott Adams and Ronald Holden, Computing prizegiving 2015

    Computer Science student Scott Adams (23) was awarded the Servelec Controls Ltd award for the Best Honours Project in Software Engineering.  

  5. 22, July, 2015 University prize for Lossiemouth student

    Rebekah Hughes, computing prizegiving 2015

    Rebekah Hughes (20), who is studying Multimedia Development, was presented with the fourth year class prize at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving ceremony last week.  

  6. 22, July, 2015 Prizes for outstanding Mearns students

    Computing prizegiving 2015, L-R: Thomas McMillan, David Davidson, Abdulrahman Alhabib and Miles Murawiecki

    Computer Science students Thomas McMillan (35), from Stonehaven and Fraser Barclay (19), from Portlethen, both picked up awards at the annual School of Computing Science and Digital Media prize giving ceremony.  

  7. 22, July, 2015 Industry prize for Speyside computing student

    Jemma Tansley, computing prizegiving 2015

    Second year student Jemma Tansley (20) was awarded a ConocoPhillips prize at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving.  

  8. 22, July, 2015 University prizes for Huntly computing students

    Michael Alexander

    Computer Science student Michael Alexander (22) and Andrew MacLean (23), who is studying Business Information Technology, both picked up awards at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving ceremony last week.  

  9. 21, July, 2015 Sam jumping for joy over RGU degree

    Sam Lyon

    A Newburgh long jumper who has clocked up 15 Scottish University medals is celebrating adding another accolade to his collection after graduating from RGU.  

  10. 21, July, 2015 RGU grad achieves computer game dream

    Adam Drew

    One Robert Gordon University (RGU) student has fulfilled one of his dreams by creating his own computer game.  

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  1. Judith Herbert - BSc (Hons) Computer Science

    judith herbert

    "My university work placement secured my role at Shell."

    Judith Herbert Computer Science BSc (Hons)

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Events

  1. 27, August, 2015 Postgraduate Open Evening

    Postgraduate Study 2014

    There has never been a better time to embark on a postgraduate course. Find out more at our open evening.  

  2. 12, September, 2015 Orientation Events for New International Students September 2015

    International Students 150

    A Meet and Greet Service for new students is available at Aberdeen Airport.  

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“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

Feature

  1. Agile Developers Go Large

    Agile Development

    Research at the School of Computing & Digital Media at Robert Gordon University shows that major international companies are embracing agile methods on large projects.


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