The Computer Laboratory is an academic department within the University of Cambridge that encompasses Computer Science, along with many aspects of Engineering, Technology and Mathematics. It consists of 36 full-time academic staff, 25 support staff, 7 research fellows, 42 post-doctoral research workers and 154 PhD students. We have nearly 300 undergraduates studying for Part I, II and III of the Computer Science Tripos and around 45 graduate students studying for the MPhil in Advanced Computer Science.
Cambridge Computing – The First 75 Years
An extensively illustrated, highly readable and informative account of computing in Cambridge, from Babbage to the present day. This book will appeal to a wide readership, well beyond Cambridge, to everyone interested in the history of computing and the University of Cambridge.
April 2013, 176 pages, £40.
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- Computer Laboratory celebrates the first 75 years
- Tadas Baltrušaitis wins Cambridge Ring Publication of the Year award
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- Four PhD Studentships
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- Research Associate in Computational Modelling of Complex Diseases
- Research Associate in Natural Language Processing
- Research Associate in the Design of Heterogeneous Many-Core Processors
- Research Associate in usable Security (psychology role)
- Research Associate/Assistant
- Research Associate/Assistant in Events, Causality and Symmetry
- Research Associate/Assistant: Developing New Technology for Online Education
- Research Associates in Automated Language Teaching and Assessment