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Online Portfolios
This blog was written by Eilidh Macdonald, Industry Employability Champion, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths and is intended to encourage students, no matter what stage of their studies, to work on creating an online portfolio. COVID-19 is already having a huge impact on the graduate recruitment market. One way students can help strengthen their career prospects is … Continue reading Online Portfolios

First Goldsmiths computing phd student passes their viva online
Dr Fatima Sabiu Maikore is the first Goldsmiths Computing PhD student to complete a successful online Viva. Alongside her studies Fatima works full time as a lecturer at Baze University, Abuja and is based in Nigeria. Dr Fatima Sabiu Maikore is the first Goldsmiths Computing student to complete a successful online Viva. Alongside her studies Fatima works full time as a lecturer at Baze University, Abuja and is based in Nigeria.

What impact will Covid-19 have on my future career?
This blog was written by Eilidh Macdonald, Industry Employability Champion, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths and is intended to give advice to students, no matter what stage of their studies, to think through their future career during this crisis. In this post I have pulled together some insights around the impact of COVID-19 on the graduate … Continue reading What impact will Covid-19 have on my future career?

Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR
Written by Nicola Plant, a researcher on the 4i project. In celebration of International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th of March 2020, Nicola Plant, Carlos Gonzalez Diaz and Clarice Hilton from Goldsmiths Computing, ran a special workshop on Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR for a half-day hackathon held at the Tate … Continue reading Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR

Meet the students from HTC Vive Developers Jam
On Jan 24th – 26th, Goldsmiths Department of Computing, ran a Virtual Reality Hackathon weekend with HTC Vive. Participants were challenged to use VIVE hardware, including Software development kits like eye, lip and hand tracking to create an innovative virtual reality project. Meet some of the Goldsmiths student teams who wowed the judges with their … Continue reading Meet the students from HTC Vive Developers Jam