The School of Computer, Data and Mathematical Sciences (CDMS) excels in research and collaboration. Our researchers generate in-depth knowledge of theory and practice and there is research proximity to a range of other Western disciplines including humanities, environmental studies and medical research.
Designing the Future
The International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS) is a world leader in the development of biology-inspired Neuromorphic Perception Solutions. Harnessing the power of the centre’s pioneering research on neuromorphic sensors, algorithms and processing hardware, these energy-efficient solutions are set to transform data collection and processing in areas such as Space and aviation, smart manufacturing, automotive, agriculture and medical technology.
ICNS is already working with multinational firms such as Intel and Microsoft on the real-world application of these solutions and is actively seeking commercial partners for further collaborations.