Research in the Computer Science Last updated on 9/19/2016 Print this page Recent news The Festival of Daring and Excitement 2016 Computer Science student's success in "CEO for a Day" Competition Hull Computer Science student Oliver Scholten has been successful in a national competition to be a “CEO for a day”. Oliver was selected from over 100 applicants, and will be paired with Kester Scrope, CEO of Odgers Berndtson. Record First Year! Computer Science at Hull have welcomed a record number of undergraduate students, with over 300 students across the five degree themes offered. See the undergraduate and postgraduate links for details of our programmes for 2017. At the School of Computer Science, we are proud of our dynamic and vibrant research community. Our research is organised into five (interacting) research groups: Computational Science (CSRG) Computer Gamification and Instruction (CGI) Dependable Systems (DS) Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) Simulation and Visualization (SimVis) Our research covers many disciplines and contributes to the major research themes within the Faculty of Science and Engineering: Tele-medicine, tele-health and medical systems Transport Energy and the Environment Each research group has their own dedicated, newly-refurbished laboratories. Current funded research and PhD projects are listed in the following documents: Research projects PhD projects Please see our list of available PhD projects to gain an idea of the current research interests of our staff.