Digital Information Research Centre

The Digital Information Research Centre is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and applicability of computer science to enable internationally-leading work in the field of informatics, addressing the needs of society in the thematic areas of health, communications, security and data. The centre provides an inclusive and outward looking environment for research development, fostering interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research to achieve maximum impact in real-world applications.

The four research areas within the DIRC are grouped under the following themes:

For general enquiries contact the centre Director, Prof. Tim Ellis at T.Ellis@kingston.ac.uk or the centre Co-Director, Prof. Christos Politis at c.politis@kingston.ac.uk.

Associated Research Groups

News

Digital Information Research Centre (DIRC) Seminar – 2 March

Date:        Wednesday 2nd March 2016 Time:        15.00-16.00 Venue:     …

Digital Information Research Centre (DIRC) Seminar – 3 February

Date:                     Wednesday 3rd February 2016      Time:                    15.00-16.00 Venue:                 PRJG2008 Speaker: Nauman Khan, Doctoral researcher, Component …

Digital Information Research Centre (DIRC) Seminar – 20 January

Date:                     Wednesday 20th January 2016      Time:                    15.00-16.00 Venue:                 PRJG2008 Speaker: Ognen Ognenoski, Research Associate, Wireless Multimedia …

Digital Information Research Centre (DIRC) Seminar 13 January 2016

Digital Information Research Centre (DIRC) Seminar Date:                     Wednesday 13th January 2016      Time:                    15.00-16.00 Venue:                 PRJG2008 Speaker: …

Computer Science and Mathematics impact case study chosen

Congratulations to Dr. James Orwell who has seen his REF2014  impact study selected to highlight UK …

Computer Science and Mathematics academic opinion published in Times Higher Education.

Dr. Mark Jones, academic in Computer Science and Mathematics,  has had a letter published in Times …