Show/hide main menu

News

News Highlights

Algorithms and Bioinformatics Group EPSRC project Randomized Algorithms on Computer Network

Posted on 19/05/2015
News-Puff 1

Professors' Tomasz Radzik and Colin Cooper recently began a 3 year EPSRCfunded project to promote state of the art algorithmic development of randomized algorithms for massive computer networks. The project is a joint research collaboration with Martin Dyer at the University of Leeds.

The project will initially focus on Random Walks and Distributed Consensus. Random Walks can be used for network search, recommender systems and information ranking. The most famous application is Google’s Page Rank Algorithm. Subsequent research is planned to include random dispersion of particles such as sensors, and mining of spatial data such as photographs from Flickr.

News Highlights:

News Highlights...RSS FeedAtom Feed

Royal Party opens Bush House

Royal Party opens Bush House

Description
Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, met robotics researchers from the Department of Informatics as they opened Bush House on Tuesday 19 March.
Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence announced

Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence announced

Description
The Department of Informatics will lead a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) on Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (STAI) as part of a UK-wide £100 million investment in artificial intelligence by UKRI.
Interdisciplinary King's team win Best Demo for CONSULT healthcare project

Interdisciplinary King's team win Best Demo for CONSULT healthcare project

Description
An interdisciplinary team from King's, led by academic staff from the Department of Informatics, has won Best Demo at the 6th International Conference on Human Agent Interaction for the CONSULT (Collaborative mObile decisioN Support for managing mULtiple morbidiTies) project.
Sitemap Site help Terms and conditions  Privacy policy  Accessibility  Modern slavery statement  Contact us

© 2019 King's College London | Strand | London WC2R 2LS | England | United Kingdom | Tel +44 (0)20 7836 5454