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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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Latest news from the ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology

15 Jun 2015
Join the world’s top personalisation experts in Dublin this June for UMAP 2015. Catch up on the latest news from the ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology ... read more

Second level school girls graduate from CodePlus Programme

11 May 2015
Ninety secondary school girls showcased their new-found computer coding skills as they graduated from the CodePlus Programme, a new pilot initiative run by Bridge21 and supported by ICS Skills ... read more

Soosokan wins Citi UpStart Competition

11 May 2015
Congratulations to team Soosokan, who have been crowned as 2015 TCD winners of the cross-border Citi UpStart entrepreneur competition, a partnership between Citi, Trinity College Dublin and Queen’s university Belfast ... read more

QS World University Rankings: Computer Science and Information Systems in the top 100

29 Apr 2015
The School is delighted to welcome the just published QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015, once again placing Computer Science and Information Systems at TCD in the top 100 universities in the world and the highest in Ireland. ... read more

Ireland’s Top Young Problem Solvers Ready to Tackle World’s Best Decoders

28 Apr 2015
Four secondary school students from across the island of Ireland have been selected to test their language decoding skills against the world’s best at the International Linguistics Olympiad in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, in July. ... read more
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