Computer Science Research Seminars

Speaker: Dr Thaddeus Eze, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Wednesday 20th February 2019 - 10:00, University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
The landscape in which UK policing operates today is a dynamic one, and growing threats such as the proliferation of cyber crime are increasing the demand on police resources. The response to cyber crime by national and regional law enforcement agencies has been robust, with significant investment in mitigating against,...
Speaker: Dr Serban Pop, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Wednesday 20th March 2019 - 10:00, University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
This entertaining presentation will explore the details and knowledge of the modern concepts of game-based learning and serious games focusing on the development pipeline from the early stage of drawing ideas until the final product. Example of serious games projects mixing computer science and sports or digital humanities will be...
Speaker: Lee Beever, Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 10:00, University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
A progress update to Lee Beever’s PhD research on mixed reality and level design.
Speaker: Andy Davies, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of Chester
Wednesday 15th May 2019 - 10:00, University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
All software development entails risk, including the risk of developing a product which few will want, or be able, to use. The IT industry is saturated with computer software that is failing to meet users’ needs, as a result of software design being too technology-centred. We are looking at ways...
Speaker: Andrew Muncey, Deputy Head of Department, Computer Science, University of Chester
Monday 24th June 2019 - 10:00, University of Chester, Thornton site, Room TSU116
This will investigate techniques for automating the assessment of student programming using tools such as unit testing in conjunction with continuous integration. We will explore techniques such as assessing programmes written by complete novices which only use console input and output, as well as more challenging problems such as locating...