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School of Computer Science, The University of Manchester
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March 07, 2016 06:06 AM PST

Today's episode of the CS@Manchester podcast features an interview with Dr Simon Harper, a lead academic in the field of Human Computer Interaction and User Experience in the School of Computer Science here at The University of Manchester.

Simon talks to us about his journey into academia, he's research interests, the future of our computer use, our behaviour with them and his role as UG Applicant Tutor in the School.

You can find out more information about Simon here:

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January 29, 2016 02:36 AM PST

Just before Christmas our MSc and PhD students had their graduation ceremony and we caught up with a few of them at the celebrations to talk about their experiences on the course, what they've enjoyed about Manchester and what they may do in the future. We also spoke to some academic staff members about what the day means to them, where our students might further their careers and their personal highlights supervising student projects.

Staff and students featured, in order of appearance:

Dr Jon Shapiro, Director of PGR, School of Computer Science

Dr Chris Seaton, Phd Computer Science, @ChrisGSeaton

Prof Jim Miles, Head of School of Computer Science

Dr David Rydeheard, Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science

Dr Duncan Hull, Lecturer, School of Computer Science @dullhunk

Adones Rukundo, Uganda (MSc Advanced Computer Science)

Abhilash Rai, India (MSc Advanced Computer Science & IT Mgt)

Diego Lavayen Alarcon, Ecuador (MSc Advanced Computer Science)

Crefeda Rodrigues, India (MSc Advanced Computer Science) @crefeda http://www.mub.eps.manchester.ac.uk/crefedarodrigues/

Olesia Proskurnia, Russia (MSc Advanced Computer Science & IT Mgt)

Please tweet us any feedback @csmcr

December 15, 2015 05:35 AM PST

Today's episode of the CS@Manchester podcast is an interview with comedy act Fox Dog Studios, who are graduates from the Computer Science degree here in Manchester.

We talk about their experiences at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, why they chose to take this career path and the technical challenges they face in producing their interactive show.

You can find more information about them here:

October 19, 2015 08:36 AM PDT

As part of the celebrations of Ada Lovelace Day last week we interviewed a number of academics and students to find out their thoughts about the challenges facing Women In Computer Science/STEM and what we can do to raise the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and maths. Today's episode interviewees include Dr Caroline Jay, Prof Danielle George, Prof Uli Sattler, Prof Sophia Ananiadou, Sarah King and Osnat Katz. If you have any questions for the podcast team then please email schools.liaison@cs.man.ac.uk

September 17, 2015 08:26 AM PDT

Episode four of the CS@Manchester podcast features an interview with Professor Steve Furber from the School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester. Steve talks us through his time before joining the University, his research with The Human Brain Project, SpiNNaker and his interest in historical computer science pioneers Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing.

August 05, 2015 08:32 AM PDT

Today's episode is an interview with one of our final year PhD students, Oscar Florez, and his journey from Colombia to Manchester and his research in BioMedicine and informatics.

June 18, 2015 04:04 AM PDT

Today's episode features interviews with Hannah Roberts, one of the organisers of the Pint Of Science festival and Dr Gavin Brown, a Senior Lecturer in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Manchester.

May 06, 2015 03:27 AM PDT

This panel discussion featuring Professors Steve Furber & Ross King, Tom Higham from Future Everything and Mark Ewart from Barclays Bank, focuses on the Future of Computing, with questions from local schools around the North West of England.

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