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  1. 18, December, 2013 School pupils to attend cyber crime lecture at RGU

    Students at Laptop

    RGU will play host to more than 300 school children from Aberdeen City and Shire on Thursday (Dec 19).  

  2. 22, November, 2013 Oldmachar Academy pupils given crash course in how to build computers

    Old Machar 3

    The S5 and S6 pupils spent the day at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media earlier this week.  

  3. 21, November, 2013 School pupils given glimpse into prospects of a career in computing

    Computing pathways event 2013

    Pupils from a range of schools in Aberdeen City and Shire visited the School of Computing Science and Digital Media at Garthdee  

  4. 07, November, 2013 RGU to host Big Data event

    Ian Allison

    Event to explore how to make use of the increasingly vast amounts of data available in modern society.  

  5. 16, October, 2013 Innovative software created by RGU research group

    John McCall and Russell Ainslie

    Computing research project sees creation of software to help leading timber business speed up the development of floor plans.  

  6. 08, October, 2013 RGU computing students pumped for innovation challenge

    UIST comp 2013

    Team to compete in annual User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) student contest in St Andrews.  

  7. 27, September, 2013 Unique degree launched at RGU

    Computing 2013

    IT Masters degree aimed specifically at preparing graduates for the oil and gas industry has launched at RGU.  

  8. 25, September, 2013 RGU computing students snapped up

    Ian Allison

    All students who graduated from four computing courses at RGU last year have gone straight into employment or further education.  

  9. 09, September, 2013 RGU computing whizz named as runner up in Young Software Engineer of the Year competition

    Young Software Engineer of the Year

    Alexandru Ghitescu-Hrin has scooped second place in the national competition.  

  10. 21, August, 2013 RGU research to focus on collaborative working

    Julian Bass

    RGU researchers awarded £10,000 to investigate skills learnt through collaborative working.  

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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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“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