Welcome to CSISWiki
Welcome to the Wiki of the CSIS department, one of ten departments in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Despite the name, our teaching and research activities focus on a wide variety of digital disciplines including but not limited to human centred computing, music technology, software engineering, software localisation, and bio-inspired intelligent systems.
We offer a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes covering the areas listed above along with undergraduate programmes in Computer Systems, Health Informatics and Multimedia and Computer Games Development. We also offer a long-established postgraduate programme in computing and a Structured PhD in Software Engineering.
Here are some links to get you started:
- Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.
- A partial Wiki Primer with examples of wikitext in action
- LM023 - B.Sc. in Health Informatics
- LM051 - B.Sc. in Computer Systems
- LM110 - B.Sc. in Multimedia and Computer Games Development
- LM113 - B.Sc. in Digital Media Design
- LM114 - B.Sc. in Music, Media and Performance Technology
- LM330 - Graduate Diploma in Computing
- LM338 - MSc in Software Engineering
- LM341 - MA/MSc in Music Technology
- LM345 - MA/MSc in Interactive Media
- LM632 - MSc in Global Computing and Localisation
- LM635 - MSc in Health Informatics
- PhD LERO - Structured PhD in Software Engineering
ICT Learning Centre
- Centre for Computational Musicology and Computer Music (CCMCM)
- Interaction Design Centre (IDC)
- Localisation Research Centre (LRC) and Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL)
- Lero - The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre
- Biocomputing and Developmental Systems Group