Welcome to the School of Computer Science
The School of Computer Science is a centre of excellence for computer science teaching and research, with staff and students from Scotland and all parts of the world. It is a member of SICSA - The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance.
We offer BSc, MSci, MSc, MPhil and PhD degree programmes, and are active in research in the fundamentals of computer science, networking and distributed systems, artificial intelligence, human computer interaction, and software systems engineering.
If you are thinking about studying at St Andrews, you are very welcome to come and visit us to see for yourself. There are visiting days on Wednesdays throughout the year.
- New EPSRC project C3: Scalable & Verified Shared Memory
- C3: Scalable & Verified Shared Memory via Consistency-directed Cache Coherence Susmit Sarkar with colleagues in the University of Edinburgh and In [...]
- Mario Kart Around the World
- The School recently hosted “Mario Kart Around the World” for students from Newport Primary. All versions of Mario Kart with the exception [...]
- School Hosts StacsHack 2015
- The School hosted a hugely successful StacsHack last month. We congratulate Stacs St Andrews Computing Society for organising and running a fantastic [...]
- CoDiMa (CCP in the area of Computational Discrete Mathematics)
- Steve Linton and Alexander Konovalov were successful in the application for the EPSRC-funded Collaborative Computational Project called CoDiMa (CCP in [...]
- Administrative Data Research Centre – Scotland, St Andrews team
- The Scottish ADRC is led by Chris Dibben at the University of Edinburgh, and is supported by the Economic and Social Research Council. The ADRC – [...]
- A PhD studentship, in collaboration with MSR (Cambridge)
- Reasoning about Racy Programs under Relaxed Consistency A PhD studentship, in collaboration with MSR (Cambridge) http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/c [...]
- PhD Poster Session 2015
- Students and staff are pictured at the annual PhD poster session. The perfect opportunity,before teaching starts for supervisors and reviewers to catc [...]
Ongoing and future events
- What’s happening to computer hardware, and what does it mean for systems software? updated; next week
- Distinguished lecture: 2nd Apr 2015 at 9:15 am to 3:30 pm (in St Andrews) Distinguished Lectures Series The first set of Computer Science Distinguished Lectures in 2015 will be given by Prof Mothy Roscoe of ETH Zurich, 09:15–15:30 on Thursday 2nd April [...]
- April 13th, seminar by Nicolai Marquardt: Towards Ad-hoc Collaboration Spaces with Cross-Device Interaction Techniques
- Seminar: 13th Apr 2015 at 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm (in Cole 1.33a) Speaker: Nicolai Marquardt, University College London Date/Time: 1-2pm April 13, 2015 Location: CS1.33a, University of St Andrews Abstract: Despite th [...]
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