Welcome to our department’s virtual home. Our department is part of the Faculty of Science and Technology, one of the four faculties of Middlesex University London. The department delivers high quality teaching, research and consultancy across several disciplines including computer science, informatics, networking and telecommunications. We are based in Hendon, North West London and we are always interested in hosting prospective students and their parents, research visitors and seminar speakers.
We are a friendly, interesting group of people with a strong teaching profile and a growing reputation for research. The department has steadily acquired a reputation for its innovative undergraduate teaching and supportive research environment. In REF2014, 56 staff where submitted leading to an excellent REF outcome. In the Computer Science and Informatics unit of submission, Middlesex was placed 13th for power rankings overall across the sector. In the London area alone, the Research Fortnight Power rankings placed Middlesex as the 4th largest department for computing research.
- Highlights: CyberASAP fundingStaff members Giacomo Nalli, Mahdi Aiash and Sukhvinder Hara have recently been successful with two separate projects (AI-Bility 4D and Capable) in bidding for the 2023/24 cohort of CyberASAP, a… Read more: Highlights: CyberASAP funding
- Highlights: IE’23Professor Juan Augusto recently chaired the 19th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’23), hosted this year on Middlesex University’s sister campus in Flic en Flac, a beautiful location on the… Read more: Highlights: IE’23
- Highlights: New Journal PublicationNew member of department Dr Luca Piras‘s collaborative work, “Android Source Code Vulnerability Detection: A Systematic Review” was recently accepted for the ACM Computing Surveys journal [2021 IF 14.324, ranked… Read more: Highlights: New Journal Publication
- Colloquium: xURLLC in 6G with Medshed RANNovember 14, 2023. Tuesday, 3PM. TG23 (Town Hall). Speaker: Ali Khoshkholghi (Middlesex University, London) Title: xURLLC in 6G with Medshed… Read more: Colloquium: xURLLC in 6G with Medshed RAN
- Colloquium: Information Processing in the Human Brain: What are Our Models Missing?October 12, 2023. Thursday. 3PM. TG23 (Town Hall). Speaker: Roman Belavkin (Middlesex University, London) Title: Information Processing in the Human… Read more: Colloquium: Information Processing in the Human Brain: What are Our Models Missing?
- Colloquium: Compound States via Quantum Conditionality and Quantum Mutual EntropySeptember 15, 2023. Friday. 3PM. Room: TG23 (Town Hall Building) Speaker: Takashi Matsuoka (Suwa University of Science, Japan) Title: Compound… Read more: Colloquium: Compound States via Quantum Conditionality and Quantum Mutual Entropy
- Colloquium: Mutation Testing of Deep Learning SystemsMay 9, 2o23. 3PM (Rescheduled from November 2022) Room: TG23 (Town Hall Building) Speaker: Gunel Jahangirova Title: Mutation Testing of… Read more: Colloquium: Mutation Testing of Deep Learning Systems
- Colloquium: A broadly Marxian analysis of blockchain and cryptocurrenciesMarch 9th, 2023. Thursday. 3PM. Room: TG23 (Town Hall Building) Speaker: Murdoch J. Gabbay (Heriot-Watt University) Title: A broadly Marxian… Read more: Colloquium: A broadly Marxian analysis of blockchain and cryptocurrencies