Here at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, we work very closely with our colleagues at the UK campus. Our research is organised through the below groups, with PhD students co-supervised by academics between both campuses, shared resources and collaborative grants targeting local, national and international funding sources.
The School of Computer Science at The University of Nottingham, UK was established 30 years ago and is currently a leading centre for computer science research. Our world-leading research engages and solves real-world problems that have impact upon society, the financial sector and the industry. It involves a shared ethos of "computing in the world" in which fundamental advances in computer science are connected to knowledge and methods from other disciplines to enable deep collaboration with researchers and specialists in diverse sectors.
The Big Data and Visual Analytics Lab focuses on acquiring, processing and visualising datasets that are important to the understanding of various disciplines within science and engineering, and the arts and humanities.
The Computational Intelligence in Optimisation group is concerned with developing mathematical models and intelligent methods and systems for complex real-world optimisation problems in the era of big data.
Formally established in 2014, the Software Implementation, Testing and Evolution group looks at all aspects of the software lifecycle, including requirements engineering, design, implementation, testing and maintenance.
The Visual Information Processing Laboratory develops computer vision and image processing technologies to solve practical problems, to improve productivity and to enhance everyday life.