Upcoming Research Seminars

Thomas Day, Research Assistant, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Date: Wednesday, 30th January 2019 10:00
Venue: University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
Dr Thaddeus Eze, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Date: Wednesday, 20th February 2019 10:00
Venue: University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
Dr Serban Pop, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Date: Wednesday, 20th March 2019 10:00
Venue: University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
Lee Beever, Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Date: Wednesday, 24th April 2019 10:00
Venue: University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
Andy Davies, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Date: Wednesday, 15th May 2019 10:00
Venue: University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116

Past Research Seminars

Lee Beever, Lecturer, Computer Science, University of Chester
Dr Ruth Nugent (Department of History & Archaeology) and Dr Helen Southall (Department of Computer Science)
Dr Will Loibl and Dr Maeve Marmion, Chester Business School

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Courses

Courses

All our undergraduate degrees emphasise practical skills alongside theoretical knowledge to maximise the opportunities for our graduates. We offer both three-year and four year degrees depending on the department and route chosen.

Departments

Departments

Within the Faculty we have Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Natural Sciences, Computer Science and Mathematics departments.

Research

Research

The Faculty of Science and Engineering is committed to promoting high-caliber research that is responsive to industry needs. Research Seminars take place on a regular basis within a variety of our departments such as Computer Science.