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  • UK Computing Research Committee


    UKCRC is an expert panel of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the BCS for computing research in the UK.
    Its members are leading computing researchers from academia and industry.
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    Call for participation: a UKCRC workshop supported by EPSRC, 2nd September 2019

    The aims of this workshop include:

    • To develop a joint and inclusive vision for UK computing research that will rejuvenate the community over a 5-year time period.
    • To input into EPSRC strategy for ICT research which will support the EPSRC ICT Theme in promoting the longer-term health of the discipline.
    • To deliver higher levels of member participation and engagement in UKCRC.

    Call for participation

    UKCRC Annual General Meeting - 6 December 2019

    The 2019 AGM will be held on Friday 6 December at 14:00 and will be a virtual meeting.

    More more details please email ukcrc@bcs.uk

    About us

    UKCRC aims to promote the vitality, quality and impact of computing research in the UK. Its members are computing researchers from both academia and industry.

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    The UK Computing Research Committee is an Expert Panel of the Institution of Engineering & Technology, British Computer Society and the Council of Professors and Heads of Computing.

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    A list of UKCRC members who are internationally leading computer researchers drawn from both academia and industry.

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    UKCRC responds to relevant UK Government consultations both as an expert panel of the IET, BCS, CPHC, and in its own right.

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    A list of other organisations that are related to computer research.

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