All the latest news within LFCS.

Wenfei Fan elected foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

Wenfei Fan has been elected as a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

LFCS researchers to work on a UK-wide Quantum Technologies Research project

Elham Kashefi, Chris Heunen, Myrto Arapinis and Petros Wallden will be working on a multimillion project that was announced on 11th July.

How quantum physics will change our views on cyber security

In a review article for Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Informatics researchers are looking into the impact of quantum computing and quantum technologies on cyber security.

Grant Passmore, LFCS alumnus and AI innovator, goes from strength to strength

Informatics alumnus and a former research associate in LFCS secured $5M seed investment for his financial technology start-up Imandra Inc. to help it move towards new areas of application for their innovative AI technology.

Best Paper Award at ICALP'18

Mark Jerrum (Queen Mary, University of London) and Heng Guo (LFCS, University of Edinburgh) have recently won the best paper award.

Faculty positions available in Algorithms and Complexity

Multiple open permanent faculty positions in Algorithms and Complexity at the University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics.

Congratulations to Cheng Feng on passing his VIVA

Congratulations to Cheng Feng on passing his VIVA.

Congratulations for Anastasis Georgoulas who passed his VIVA

Congratulations to Anastasis Georgoulas who passed his VIVA.

Congratulations to Perdita Stevens who has received a prestigious award

Perdita's paper "Bidirectional Model Transformations in QVT: Semantic Issues and Open Questions" has been selected as the most influential paper from MODELS 2007 in Vanderbilt, USA.

Congratulation to Chao and Jingbo for passing their viva!

Chao Tian and Jingbo Xu passed their viva, subject to minor revisions.

Congratulations to Cheng Feng on successfully passing his VIVA

Cheng Feng successfully defended his thesis this morning in a viva that lasted 1 hour 45 minutes.