Research Groups

Our supervisors are drawn from a number of existing research groups within the School of Informatics, and the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre.

Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) targets strategic software technologies and applications, preparing them for current and next generation HPC architectures.
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Institute for Computing Systems Architecture (ICSA) is primarily concerned with the architecture and engineering of future computing systems. Its fundamental research areas cover Compilers & Architectures, Parallel Computing and Wireless Networking.
Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications (CISA) develops theories of knowledge representation and inference and engineers systems for modelling, automating and supporting this activity.
Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science (LFCS) aims to achieve a foundational understanding of problems and issues arising in computation and communication through the development of appropriate and applicable formal models and mathematical theories.
Institute of Perception, Action & Behaviour (IPAB) links computational action, perception, representation, transformation and generation processes to real or virtual worlds: statistical machine learning, computer vision, mobile and humanoid robotics, motor control, graphics and visualization.