Informatics delivers Computer Science to Singapore
Over 300 graduates celebrated the successful completion of their Computer Science degrees at their graduation ceremony at the Singapore Institute of Management Pte Ltd. in April.
These join the fellowship of over 1500 graduates from the partnership between SIM Pte Ltd. and the Faculty of Informatics at the University of Wollongong. Survey results from 2011 indicate high graduate employment rates amongst the cohort further highlighting the opportunities that exist for UOW Computer Science graduates.
Computer science is a discipline that spans theory and practice. It requires thinking both in abstract terms and in concrete terms. Nowadays, practically everyone is a computer user, and many people are even computer programmers. But computer science moves beyond computer usage and can be seen as a science of problem solving. Computer scientists must be adept at modeling and analyzing problems. They must also be able to design solutions and verify that they are correct. Problem solving requires precision, creativity, and careful reasoning.
Computer science has strong connections to other disciplines. Many problems in science, engineering, health care, business, and other areas can be solved effectively with computers.
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Title: A Case Study on Test Case Prioritization
Speaker: Mr. Chen Liu
Day: Friday 15 May 2013
Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm