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Graduation Day for the MSc in Digital Investigation & Forensic Computing

On Wednesday 3 December, 36 students graduated with an MSc in Digital
Investigation & Forensic Computing.  25 of them were in Dublin to be
conferred with their degree.

This is a specialist course for computer science graduates, who are
pursuing a career in digital forensic investigations.  Whilst many of
the students study full time in Dublin completing the degree in a
year, many others are employed full-time in an IT or Information
Security role and follow the course mainly online sometimes attending
lectures in UCD in the evenings or participating in them online.  All

Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

Google is committed to helping the innovators of the future make the most of their talents by providing scholarships for Computer Science students with disabilities.

Application deadline:  January 1, 2015.

For details on who can apply and the application process, view here

Graduation: UCD Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation MSc

On Wednesday 3 December, 63 students graduated from our Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation MSc programme and 38 of them came to UCD to be conferred with their degree. The Assistant Commissioner of An Garda Siochana, Derek Byrne presented the Garda Commissioner's Medal to graduate Philipp Amann of Europol, the student with thehighest GPA in the class.

Opinion matters: using online reviews to boost recommender software

UCD Computer Science researchers, Prof Pádraig Cunningham and Prof Barry Smyth, discuss their research on online reviews and recommender software with the Irish Times

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