BEST PAPER AWARD for AFRICOMM 2020 Members of the Computer Science Department Omowunmi Isafiade, Brian Ndingindwayo and Antoine Bagula have won the BEST PAPER AWARD for AFRICOMM 2020 for the paper Predictive Policing using Deep Learning: A Community Policing Case Study. Congratulations to all the authors.
Think you could optimize the layout of a Google data center? Or how about optimizing video serving on Youtube?Team up to tackle a Google engineering problem in Hash Code Hash Code is a team programming competition, organized by Google, for students and professionals around the world. You pick your team and programming language and we […]
Thomas Chauke a senior Computer Science student has developed a cool new online market place where students can sell all their used books, fridges and all sorts of items they no longer need called Uni-trade(https://uni-trade.co.za) which will be helping thousands of peers beat the expensive ordeal that comes with buying textbooks or the essentials of […]
The Student Cluster Competition starts in July every year. University students from various universities around the country are trained on Linux systems, as well as high-performance computing. Their training concludes with an assignment that requires each team to build a prototype cluster on the cloud. The teams selected from this round go on to compete […]
The Department of Computer Science held our annual student awards ceremony on Monday, 14th October 2019. The ceremony is held in celebration and recognition of the top-performing undergraduate Computer Science students at first, second and third-year levels. The following students were the top-performers: First Year Second Year Third Year At this year’s award ceremony we […]