On the 19th of November, KCL Tech re-launched their annual hackathon HackKing’s for the first time since the pandemic, bringing together around 200 students from across King’s for the 14-hour event.
The conference aims to connect women from diverse STEM backgrounds and encourage them to pursue a career in computing.
PhD student Munkhtulga Battogtokh reflects on final year BSc thesis which won the Alan Fairbourn Memorial Prize for the Most Meritorious Final Year Project and its publication at EuroGraphics 2022.
Intervening where and when help is needed: how Dr Petr Slovak and his team have helped design a best-selling, research-backed smart toy that helps children regulate their emotions – and lets parents breathe a sigh of relief
The Human Centred Computing Group (HCC) had a strong presence at the ACM CHI conference
How a KCL researcher pushes machine learning to the next level
Visualising how complex negotiations and social media conversations evolve over time
PhD student Munkhtulga Battogtokh reflects on the British National Championship in Judo
Women PhD students from the Department of Informatics' research groups were invited to attend the 8th ACM Celebration of Women in Computing in Europe
King’s Lecturer in Computer Science, Dr Helen Yannakoudakis, was part of a team that enjoyed success in Facebook AI’s ‘Hateful Memes Challenge’ competition.