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University of Lincoln, Full Time Masters Degrees in Computer Science

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This programme is designed to equip you with the advanced knowledge and skills to develop the innovative solutions required by today’s rapidly advancing computing industry. Read more
This programme is designed to equip you with the advanced knowledge and skills to develop the innovative solutions required by today’s rapidly advancing computing industry.

Developments in artificial intelligence, computer vision, robotics, mobile technology and games applications have all become a normal part of society’s interaction with computing devices.

This MSc Computer Science provides the opportunity to enhance your existing knowledge of computer programming and mathematical frameworks through laboratory workshops, lectures, debates and independent research.

Working alongside our staff, you will have the chance to develop your critical understanding and gain practical experience in innovative areas such as computer vision and surveillance, robotics and mobile computing in order to develop innovative solutions to current and future challenges.

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This programme gives you the opportunity to develop your expertise in a particular area of computer science and to consolidate your skills in preparation for positions in research development or technology management. Read more
This programme gives you the opportunity to develop your expertise in a particular area of computer science and to consolidate your skills in preparation for positions in research development or technology management.

The flexible nature of this Master’s gives you the chance to undertake research in an area that is of interest to you or relevant to your current employment. Examples of recent projects include hybrid information systems management, machine vision system development for automatic identification of food blemishes, and using
bio-inspired neural networks to prevent collisions between cars and pedestrians.

Engaging with the School’s research centres will give you access to expertise in areas including vision engineering, autonomous systems, social computing, human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence. Supported by an experienced supervisory team, you may have opportunities to publish your work in academic journals and present your findings at conferences.

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The School of Computer Science offers the opportunity to work alongside academics whose research has been internationally recognised. Read more
The School of Computer Science offers the opportunity to work alongside academics whose research has been internationally recognised. You will have the chance to work within a supportive community, sharing ideas and experiences with the aim of advancing knowledge.

Research being undertaken in the School includes advancements in imaging technology for the detection and treatment of diseases such as cancer, the design of mobile and social computing platforms for health and wellbeing, and enhancing our understanding of how long-term relationships can be developed between humans and androids.

As a research student, you can benefit from a comprehensive programme of training designed to develop your research skills and methodologies. You will have access to the latest industry-standard equipment and software to aid your investigations, including Oculus Rift, embedded system development and microelectronic engineering design and simulation platforms. A supervisory team of experienced academics is available to provide guidance in publishing your work in journals and presenting at conferences.

Research Areas, Projects & Topics

We conduct a blend of fundamental, applied and interdisciplinary research and have particular strengths in robotics, computer vision, social computing, and many aspects of computer gaming. Example Research Areas:
-Robotics and Autonomous Systems
-Device and System Design
-Computer Vision and Image/Video Analysis
-Medical Image Analysis
-Data Analytics
-Social Computing, Games and Serious Gaming Applications

For detailed information about the School’s research activity please visit: http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/socs/research/

How You Study

Entry to the doctoral study programmes can be through MPhil or PhD registrations depending on previous experience. You will usually work under the guidance of one main supervisor and one secondary supervisor throughout your studies, and you will have access to a range of the School’s facilities.

Students should expect the equivalent to a one hour supervision meeting each week. Training in research methods features in the early part of the programme and, as you progress, you will be encouraged to present and publish your findings in national and international conferences and journals.

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisor, however the regularity of these will vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

A PhD is usually awarded based on the quality of your thesis and your ability in an oral examination (viva voce) to present and successfully defend your chosen research topic to a group of academics. You are also expected to demonstrate how your research findings have contributed to knowledge or developed existing theory or understanding.

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