Computer Science at the University of Exeter is dedicated to teaching and supporting individuals within this advancing, dynamic subject to help them shape a better world. Our business-linked, research-led programmes explore the breadth of Computer Science and its applications, enabling our students to undertake valuable work experience and supporting their journey to fulfil their career ambitions.
Our research community includes experts in artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning, computer vision, high performance computing, the future internet, and evolutionary algorithms. We work closely with other disciplines on a wide range of projects and enjoy a fruitful relationship with a variety of business partners, collaborating on diverse projects that encompass engineering, IT, telecoms, water, aviation and biosciences.
Professor Richard Everson, Head of Computer Science
No "echo chambers" in Reddit climate debate
Climate change debates on Reddit don't happen in polarised "echo chambers", new research suggests.
Ground-breaking project advances wastewater grit removal technology
Hydro International and the University of Exeter have completed a ground-breaking two-year research project to optimise the performance of the company’s advanced wastewater grit removal technology.
Exeter Data Science expert secures prestigious Downing Street Research Fellowship
A data science expert from the University of Exeter has secured a prestigious new Fellowship, designed to help shape Government policy.
£2.5 million investment in 35 new PhD studentships
The University of Exeter is investing £2. 5 million in preparing the next generation of researchers to tackle some of the biggest global issues of the 21st century.
Multi-million project will shape the future of sustainable aviation
A ground-breaking new research project, designed to help develop the world’s first AI air traffic control system, has received a multi-million pound funding boost.
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