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Demonstrator In Computing

Demonstrator in Computing Job Summary The School of Computing Science & Digital Media at Robert Gordon University is looking to appoint a number of Demonstrators on a part-time, fixed term basis to support the teaching of modules across all of the School’s courses. Demonstrators will be required during teaching weeks in the two semesters (September […]

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Dr Mark Zarb

We are very pleased to announce that Dr Mark Zarb, Senior Lecturer at RGU, has been appointed as the new SICSA Director of Education. Mark will be a great addition to the SICSA Directorate and we are very pleased that he has been offered this great opportunity. He has had continuous engagement with SICSA through […]

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Silicon Valley tech firm teams up with RGU to boost wind turbine output

A cutting-edge technology firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, has teamed up with a Scottish university for a project aimed at boosting the output from wind farms. The Scottish Funding Council-supported partnership involves the Aberdeen-based UK subsidiary of Flicq, which has its headquarters in San Jose, and Robert Gordon University (RGU). It is hoped it […]

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From Augmented to Authentic; Weaving the Past into the Future

RGU academics across computing and fashion are working with Shanghai academics to educate consumers about the craftsmanship, heritage and value of traditional fashion and textile products towards sustainability, both in the UK and in China. It brings together a cross-school RGU research team: Yang Jiang, lecturer and researcher in Digital Media and Computer Animations & Gaming at […]

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Demonstrator in Computing Role

The School of Computing Science & Digital Media at Robert Gordon University is looking to appoint a number of Demonstrators on a part-time, fixed term basis to support the teaching of modules across all of the School’s courses.  Demonstrators will be required during teaching weeks in the two semesters (September to December and February to […]

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