The highlight of the RGU Computing Society’s year is the annual Hackathon: a 24 hour programming competition which brings together students from across Scotland for a weekend of developing, workshops, sponsor networking and fun. The Computing Society has been hard at work over the past 6 months, to pull together the resources to bring the […]
Over the winter break, we’ve been beavering away to get things shipshape for the new semester as well as some physical changes in our IT labs. The largest piece of work has been ongoing in our Networking Lab, N424. It has been rebuilt as a 36 seat lab and the bulk of the work was […]
On December 1st, the RGU Computing Society hosted a Local Hack Day event in the Sir Ian Wood Building of RGU. Local Hack Day, created by Major League Hacking, is a 12-hour creation marathon that takes place around the world. This year, more than 20,000 people registered to attend. The goal is that participants will […]
Following an unsolicited nomination by one of our computing placement students, Jack Lawson, DAI (www.dai.co.uk) company had been announced as one of 3 finalists for the AGCC Northern Star Awards 2018, in the category of Best Student Placement Experience. These are the pictures of the night. Although, we didn’t win the first price, but this […]
Fully-funded PhD Studentship – HCI techniques for Culture Heritage Preservation and Policy Study
Closing Date: 12 noon Monday 29th October 2018
Applications are sought for a fully funded Research Studentship (PhD) in User Computing Interaction lab (RGUx) at Robert Gordon University.