SICSA PhD Conference 2014
The conference this year took place at the University of St Andrews. Thank you for your participation and we hope that you enjoyed the event!

About the Conference 

The SICSA PhD Conference is an annual event, open to all PhD students in computer science and informatics in Scotland, not just those students funded by SICSA. 

The conference is now a well-established forum for research students working within the SICSA research community and continues to grow in popularity year-after-year.  As always, the 2014 event is organised by a hard-working committee of PhD students and SICSA staff members.


The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is a 
collaboration of Scottish universities whose goal is to develop and extend 
Scotland's position as a world leader in Informatics and Computer Science
research and education. 

We achieve this by working cooperatively rather than competitively, by providing  mutual support and sharing facilities, by working closely with industry and government and by appointing and retaining world-class staff and research students in Scottish universities.

The SICSA community includes all postgraduate students studying for a 
Computing Science PhD in Scottish universities, as well as all academic 
staff working in those universities. 

   7th April - Extended abstracts for Student Presentations
   24th April - Poster abstracts for Poster Session
   5th May - Registration deadline
   9th-10th June - SICSA 2014 conference


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