Our supervisors are drawn from a number of existing research groups within the School of Informatics, and the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre. You can find out more about these groups by browsing their pages below.
- Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) targets strategic software technologies and applications, preparing them for current and next generation HPC architectures.
- Institute for Computing Systems Architecture (ICSA) is primarily concerned with the architecture and engineering of future computing systems. Its fundamental research areas cover Compilers & Architectures, Parallel Computing and Wireless Networking.
- Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications (CISA) develops theories of knowledge representation and inference and engineers systems for modelling, automating and supporting this activity.
- Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science (LFCS) aims to achieve a foundational understanding of problems and issues arising in computation and communication through the development of appropriate and applicable formal models and mathematical theories.
- Institute of Perception, Action & Behaviour (IPAB) links computational action, perception, representation, transformation and generation processes to real or virtual worlds: statistical machine learning, computer vision, mobile and humanoid robotics, motor control, graphics and visualization.