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School of Computing Science provides a major contribution to Sync the City 2016

From the 17th to the 19th of November the startup competition Sync the City took place for the third year at the King’s Centre in Norwich. Much more than a traditional hackathon this three day event brought together designers, developers and entrepreneurs, and challenged them to turn an idea into a viable tech startup complete with a minimum viable product to demonstrate. On the final evening the teams pitched their startup to a jury of industry experts to win a prize of £3,000 that can be...

Prof Gerard Parr, CMP Head of school leads Major China-UK ICT initiative in digital technologies launch

Prof. Gerard Parr, Head of School of Computing Sciences at UEA and also Chair in Telecommunications Engineering leads major China-UK ICT initiative in digital technologies launch. The University of East Anglia (UEA) has embarked on a major initiative to develop and lead on the establishment of the first ever China-UK Technology Innovation Centre (CUTIC).  The vision and rationale for CUTIC is to extend the capabilities of current digital communications and Internet...

NorDevCon 2017

UEA is proud to be the elite sponsor of NorDevCon 2017 . The Norfolk Developers’ Tech, Agile & Business conference, Nor(DEV):con, will take place between Thursday 23 February and Saturday 25 of February at the King’s Centre in Norwich. For more information visit: http://www.nordevcon.com

UEA appoints top BT industrial Scientist as visiting professor

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Quadram Institute's £400,000 boost from Big C

Norwich Research Park’s (NRP) planned Quadram Institute (QI) partners received a huge boost to help mark the launch of a £3 million fundraising campaign with an opening £400,000 donation from Big C. “This significant donation is a tremendous contribution and kick starts the appeal we are launching to help meet QI’s £75 million building costs,” said Prof David Richardson, Vice-Chancellor at the University of East Anglia (UEA). “Big C are the first donors to support the development of the...