Welcome to the School of Computing and Information Engineering, one of
four academic schools in the Faculty of Computing and Engineering.
The School is based at the Coleraine campus
of the university, and places an emphasis on promoting a friendly, family atmosphere for students studying at all levels.
The information provided here is for those interested in finding out about the work of the School
and the opportunities it offers. We invite you to study the information presented and
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discuss your interests.
Flying the Digital Flag for Ulster
The G8 Summit in Co Fermanagh in June this year will present an unrivalled opportunity to showcase Northern Ireland's unique position as an International Digital Hub to potential investors, according to University of Ulster Telecommunications Engineering expert, Professor Gerard Parr.
Ulster Academic Appointed To Top Government Advisory Committee on Research and Training
University of Ulster academic, Professor Gerard Parr has been invited onto a prestigious UK Government Committee which identifies priorities for research and early career science training funding.
Ulster Re-appoints Leading BT Scientist as Visiting Professor
A highly acclaimed and internationally renowned industrial research scientist has been re-appointed as a Visiting Professor to the Information and Communications Engineering Research (ICE) Group at the University of Ulster in Coleraine.
Ulster Professor Develops Cloud Computing Links with Middle East
The provision of and demand for Cloud Computing services is opening up exciting new business opportunities around the world, a University of Ulster academic has claimed.
Information Technology in the Clouds
A University of Ulster academic involved in a multimillion pound telecommunications research project says it will herald a new era of faster, better and cheaper communications with the potential for enormous benefits for all users.