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School Of Computing slides

Edinburgh Napier Welcome to School Of Computing
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John Morrison

on 19 February 2013

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Welcome We are one of the largest schools of computing in Scotland and offer a wide range of programmes at undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels in all areas of computing. School of Computing http://www.napier.ac.uk/soc/ We are large but still care about details.
Our engaging staff are always on hand to give you the attention and support you need to fully realise your academic potential. 88% In the National Student Survey 88% of our students were happy with their course.
Computing were highest in the University for:
Overall satisfaction
Academic support
Organisation
Learning resources Need some help? Your Academic Support Adviser can save you yet…
Kendall Richards: Engineering, Computing & Creative Industries
Merchiston C102 x2659
k.richards@napier.ac.uk World Class Centre
for Informatics Research http://www.futureinteractions.net/ http://www.connectnapier.com/index.html The EuroPetition project is implementing a trans-European Local Authority service providing distributed citizen engagement and interaction with the European Parliament’s PETI Petitions Committee and the European Citizens' Initiative. Current projects of the ITC HuWY supports young people to influence policies related to the Internet, using distributed discussions. The general aim of the Smart Cities project is to create an innovation network between governments and academic partners leading to excellence in the domain of the development and take-up of e-services, setting a new baseline for e-service delivery in the whole North Sea region. John Easton Current project of the Centre for Information and Software Systems Webpage: http://www.flexicage.com John Easton Current project of the Centre for
Interaction Design School of Computing secures major placements funding
ePlacement will create 750 new placements for students





Sally Smith, Head of the School of Computing said: "Edinburgh Napier University is passionate about placement. Close links with local employers ensure employability is at the heart of all of our computing courses. This boost from the Scottish Funding Council will establish strong and sustainable partnerships between Scotland's universities and colleges and the business community.” SoC Students win Best Cinematography and Best Film at the Edinburgh 48h Film Project Graduation Usher Hall 15.06.11 Green computing challenge The Institute is happy to welcome Rocío Ortiz, a Phd Candidate who is being supervised by Dr Alistair Duff during a visit from the University of Navarra, Spain. She is researching in the CSI in her doctoral thesis: “Cyber social movements, new forms for mobilization, new democracy possibilities. The case of the Spanish 15th May Movement”. Hons poster prize 2012 BAFTA AWARD IN NEW MEDIA FOR NAPIER COMPUTING POSTGRADUATE STUDENT.

Congratulations to Jon Aird (on the left) who has got the 2012 BAFTA in New Media for his work on the BBC Psychoville website. Jon did the PgDip/MSc in Multimedia which was taught in the School of Computing.
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