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Computer programming is a major part of computer science. However, it is only one aspect of a multifaceted area where focus lies on problem solving.

Computer science also cover areas as e.g. computer graphics, image processing, machine learning, knowledge representation, information and interaction technology. The courses and lecturers are often closely linked to the research within computer science. Students majoring in computer science often work with e.g. system development, project management and product development within areas such as technology, medicine, media, design and economy. It is also possible to undertake post graduate studies after graduation.

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Programmes and courses
Programmes and courses

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Study at Computing Science
Study at Computing Science

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Doctoral studies
Doctoral studies

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News

AI’s impact on UN sustainable goals
Published: 14 Jan, 2020

AI can help – as well as hinder – sustainable development worldwide.

Students explore how AI can help sick children
Published: 20 Dec, 2019

Students explore if artificial intelligence can be a support for sick children.

Diego Calvanese honored as ACM Fellow
Published: 19 Dec, 2019

Diego Calvanese, visiting Professor at the Department of Computing Science, has been named ACM Fellow.

Leading AI researcher to Umeå University
Published: 18 Dec, 2019

Diego Calvanese, Italy, is employed as a Wallenberg visiting Professor at the Department of Computing Science.

Expansion of Sweden’s largest research project
Published: 17 Dec, 2019

Sweden’s largest individual research programme, WASP, will receive a further grant of SEK 1.3 billion.