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Student projects

The Department of Informatics teaches more than 1,400 students, including around 300 postgraduate students from all over the world. We are also home to more than 120 postgraduate research (PhD) students working in the following fields:

  • Distributed artificial intelligence
  • Cybersecurity
  • Human-centred computing
  • Reasoning and planning
  • Software systems
  • Algorithms and data analysis

We work with many organisations in the public, private and third sectors to design impactful student projects at undergrad and postgrad levels.

Department of Informatics enterprise

Professor Elena Simperl

 

CUSP London and Westminister City Council

The Centre for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) London ‘Urban Lab’ partnership with Westminster City Council (WCC) and UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) won the Royal Geographical Society Award for Excellence in Local Government. The partnership focused on launching a series of initiatives, which identified opportunities for London students to be involved in urban dataset projects which are of mutual benefit to WCC whilst creating real impact outcomes and opportunities across the city.

Through a combination of student work placements, consultancy work, secondment opportunities and more than 20 MSc and PhD research projects, the Urban Lab partnership has generated indispensable insights and invited new perspectives to shape evidence-based policymaking.

"This is an amazing recognition for CUSP London, beside the prestige carried by being within the few entries shortlisted for the award, it is a testimony to the hard work of the CUSP London team."

Dr Rita Borgo -Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at King’s Department of Informatics

CUSP-WCC

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