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Head of school image Welcome! to the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin, an innovative and energetic centre for academic study and research. The School, created following the amalgamation of the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Statistics, is centred in the O'Reilly and Lloyd Institutes at the east end of the campus. Since its formation, it has grown to become one of the largest Schools in the University with a community of 800 undergraduates, 480 postgraduates and in excess of 150 members of staff.
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SilverCloud Health raises $8.1 million

20 Jan 2017
SilverCloud - Making Space for Healthy Minds. Silvercloud’s foundations are in academic research from Trinity College Dublin, the Mater Hospital and the National Digital Research Centre. ... read more

Computing Careers Fair Attracts Record Numbers

01 Dec 2016
Hundreds of students attended the annual Computing Careers event which was held on Thursday 24th November in the O’Reilly Institute. ... read more

EU funded research awarded in Deep Learning in TCD School of Computer Science and Statistics

28 Nov 2016
Prof Rozenn Dahyot and Prof David Gregg, have been awarded €608,800 from Horizon 2020, the EU Research and Innovation programme, for participating in a three-year, €8.5M project 'Bonseyes: Platform for Open Development of Systems of Artificial Intelligence’ coordinated by the company nViso.
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Applications Now Open for New MSc Computer Science

17 Nov 2016
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the new MSc in Computer Science commencing in September 2017. The course, which allows specialization in one of four strands: Data Science, Intelligent Systems, Future Networked Systems and Graphics & Vision Technologies, is a new design building on the many successful MSc courses run at Trinity since the very first in 1962. It builds on the considerable research strengths of Trinity's school of computer science & statistics including the ADAPT, CONNECT, GV2 and Future Cities research centres.

There has been a high level of interest in the course with enquiries coming in from India, China, Brazil, USA and the UK in the weeks since the course was announced. Prof. Donal O'Mahony, the course director, has high expectations for this course. "We know that there is a huge demand for graduates with these specializations, in Ireland and across the world", he said. "Our goal is to attract really high quality applicants from across the globe and deliver top-class graduates who are well versed in the latest technologies and have the capacity to be leaders in their chosen fields". ...

Taking our vision and creativity to create our futures

19 Sep 2016
“We want to create a new framework to change what work can be, create an environment to be purposeful and to connect, where the worker can be empowered and stay connected.” Gaia Dempsey Vice President of DAQRI Labs ... read more
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