The School of Computing offers a variety of innovative undergraduate programs, including Biomedical Computing, Cognitive Science, Computing and the Creative Arts, Software Design, and many interesting multidisciplinary medial programs in computing. Be sure to check the complete listing of the
computer courses offered as well as our School Highlights.
New NSERC CREATE Cybersecurity Graduate Program
The School of Computing is excited to announce a new NSERC CREATE graduate program in cybersecurity starting Fall 2019. Visit the
NSERC CREATE Cybersecurity homepage for more information.
2019 Invitational High School Programming Contest
Congratulations to Brockville Collegiate Institute’s Team 2!
New field of study for MSc and Phd students.
Undergraduate Studies in Computing
From Biomedical Computing to Computing and the Creative Arts, the Queen's School of Computing has something for everyone.
The breadth and depth of our award-winning research speaks for itself. Join our team of researchers and make a difference in the world.
Last updated: March 31, 2020. General Updates from Queen’s University Visit the website at Queen’s University Coronavirus COVID-19 Information. The... COVID-19 Information for Members of the School of Computing
(Photos by Ashley Taylor and Garrett Elliott) Three of Canada’s leading technology companies, TELUS, BlackBerry, and Solace, came together with... Secure IoT Hackathon 2020
Dr. Skillicorn says the tool may seem attractive to police detectives and could significantly reduce their workload, but points out... David Skillicorn comments on Ontario police’s use of Clearview AI facial recognition software
We are pleased to congratulate the following faculty members on recent funding success: Farhana Zulkernine who has been awarded NSERC... Congratulations Queen’s Computing Researchers on Funding Success
Congratulations to our students Julia McPolin, 4th year Cognitive Science Student, and David Kubik, 4th year Software Design Student, for... Computing Students Win Mayor’s Innovation Challenge
Dr. Skillicorn says it’s entirely plausible that technology robbed and copied by a rival was the final straw that took... David Skillicorn weighs in on whether Huawei contributed to the demise of Nortel
A warm welcome to our two new faculty members Dr. Ting Hu who joined the School of Computing this Fall... Welcome to our new faculty members