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Since graduating, he has co-founded three companies, completed two accelerators and raised £200k in funding.
Nicola was previously a post-doc at Stony Brook working in Scott Smolka's group.
The award was given to the paper "Multi-Shot Distributed Transaction Commit" by Gregory Chockler and Alexey Gotsman.
The award was given in recognition of her services to IT, to instigating remarkable progress for married women in the workplace, and for her tireless philanthropic endeavours.
Dan was previously a post-doctoral researcher in the Large-Scale Distributed Systems (LSDS) group at Imperial College London.
A Leverhulme Trust grant has been awarded to Gregory Gutin, Dave Cohen and Jason Crampton.
Doron Swade has a long history of outstanding contributions to to the history of computing in the UK.
Our software development arm, of which students are the main software developers, has celebrated its first year of operations.
We are organising the 24th International Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques, July 2–5.
We are organising the 37th ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, July 23–27.
An honour made in recognition of his lifelong achievements.
Created in 1968, we are one of oldest computer science departments in the world.
James Tapsell has been awarded a 2018 Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities.
Professor Fernando Orejas is visiting the Department of Computer Science for six months.
The 2018 prize has been awarded to the paper "Compression via Matroids: A Randomized Polynomial Kernel for Odd Cycle Transversal".
Many congratulations to Emil Tan Jingwei who won the Singapore Cybersecurity Professional Award 2018!
Adrian Johnstone was invited speaker at the "History of Computing beyond the Computer" event in Oxford.
Our Computing Society received several awards from the Student Union.
Our Computing Society (CompSoc) organised their first Hackathon on January 13-14, 2018.
A team of Royal Holloway Computer Science undergraduate students won the 2107 Cisco University Challenge.
The 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Computer Science places Royal Holloway 126-150 in the World and 17th in the UK (10th for international outlook and 13th for citations).
Professor José Fiadeiro and Professor Gregory Gutin have been elected to Academia Europaea, Informatics section.
A grant funded by AstraZeneca has been awarded to A Gammerman (PI), V Vovk (CI) and Z Luo (CI).
Two of our MSc in Data Science and Analytics student won a First Prize at a data hackathon competition organised by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts.
The BCS award recognises outstanding final-year projects, professionally delivered.
The grant is for research in Polytope Methods in Parameterized Complexity.
The award was given in recognition of his outstanding academic contributions to computer science and the reach of his influence in shaping the discipline internationally,
The award was for "Resiliency Policies in Access Control Revisited" by J. Crampton, G. Gutin and R. Watrigant.
The award aims to support Gregory’s research in the area of large-scale computing infrastructures.
The award is for research in automated security testing of hybrid Android applications.
The award was made in recognition of her scientific contributions, of her involvement in policy and strategy, and of her on-going support for women in Computer Science.
The grant is for developing program-analysis techniques to spot malicious apps that are designed to remain hidden.
The grant is for research in Constraint Network Tractability: Beyond Structure and Language.