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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 500 undergraduates, 480 postgraduates and in excess of 150 members of staff.
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How much of your data is out there?

11 Feb 2015
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, Skype….we have them and we (mostly) like them …what do they say about you? Find out more at the Science Gallery… ... read more

Looking under the Bitcoin bonnet

04 Feb 2015
SCSS students, Cian Burns and Austin O'Halloran, under the supervision of Professor Donal O'Mahony from the School of Computer Science and Statistics, are 'looking under the Bitcoin bonnet' in an attempt to make the crypto-currency more transparent. ... read more

Colleagues gathered to wish Professor Jane Grimson farewell

26 Jan 2015

Colleagues, family and friends of Professor Jane Grimson gathered recently in the Senior Common Room to mark her retirement from Trinity College Dublin, after a remarkable career.
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Computer Engineering graduate wins Undergraduate Awards Gold Medal

12 Jan 2015
Jack Fizsimons (pictured far right), a 2014 Computer Engineering graduate, was one of seven Trinity students to be awarded a George Berkeley Gold Medal for his leading-edge research in the Computer Sciences category at the recent Undergraduate Awards (UA) ceremony. ... read more

The Alan Boxberger Memorial Medal Award

17 Dec 2014
The Alan Boxberger Memorial Medal was this year awarded to Roberto Druetto, an exceptional student on the BSc IS programme.
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