Dr James Brown - Programme Leader
James is a Senior Lecturer whose research is focused on medical image analysis and computer vision. He teaches a range of undergraduate modules on programming, algorithms, and image processing.Academic Staff List
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There is a range of equipment for loan, including Raspberry Pi devices, smartphones, robots, and virtual reality equipment such as HTC Vive and Oculus Quest.
Students on this course are taught by academics whose research has been internationally recognised. Researchers in the School include Marc Hanheide, Professor of Intelligent Robotics and Interactive Systems, and Nigel Allinson MBE, Distinguished Professor of Image Engineering, who has been supported with a £3.3 million grant from the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council for advances in medical imaging.
The School is also a Microsoft Imagine Academy member and Cisco Academy member, which gives students the opportunity to gain industry recognised qualifications such as Microsoft Technology Associate and Cisco certification.
This programme is optionally available in a sandwich mode variant. If students choose the sandwich placement option, they take a year out in industry between the second and third year. This provides the opportunity to gain industrial experience. Students are supported throughout their placement, which can be overseas. Students are required to pay for their own travel, accommodation, and general living costs while on placements and study visits. There is no tuition fee for the placement year.
There are also opportunities to take shorter work placements, for example over the summer period, and to be involved in systems development projects for real industry clients.
This course is accredited by The British Computer Society. The University of Lincoln is also affiliated with The Institution of Analysts and Programmers.
“The range of academics and facilities has been noted by many of my friends from other universities. The Careers and Employability team helped me get a dream placement as a software developer with J.P. Morgan.”James Allington-Kay, BSc (Hons) Computer Science graduate
This degree aims to equip graduates with the mathematical, analytical, and problem-solving skills that make them well-placed for computer and technology-related roles across a range of sectors. Recent graduates have secured roles at GCHQ and major companies including IBM, Bloomberg, PwC, J.P. Morgan, Cisco, Sky, and G4S. Some graduates may wish to pursue academic careers and study at Doctoral level.
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Lincoln’s Games Computing degree is designed to develop versatile professionals, capable of thriving in the multi-billion pound video games sector.
There is growing demand for graduates with combined skills in mathematics and computer science across a wide range of sectors.
Physics is a fundamental science which underpins our understanding of the world around us, from distant galaxies to the smallest particles.
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At Lincoln, we strive to make sure our student experience is engaging, supportive, and academically challenging. That is why, in response to the issues presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, we have been prioritising face-to-face teaching sessions for our new and returning students in areas where they are the most valuable, such as seminars, tutorials, workshops, and lab and practical sessions. Additional online opportunities have been introduced where they support learning and have been shown to be successful and popular with our current students.
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