The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is a collaboration of leading Scottish Universities that work together to consolidate and develop Scotland's position as an international research leader in informatics and computer science (ICS).
In Scotland, SICSA has one of the five biggest top-quality research clusters in ICS in the world, with more than 200 world-class academic researchers.
It also represents the foremost cluster of ICS research in the UK: about 16% of the very best research output comes from Scotland, and SICSA members hold about 20% of national ICS research funds.
For more information on SICSA please visit the SICSA website at:
SICSA is currently funding more than 30 academic posts across Scotland and allocates 20 prize studentships across SICSA per year. SICSA also has funding to support research events, visits from distinguished visitors and student summer school and training events. For more information see:
There are thirteen universities collaborating through SICSA.
School of Computing and Engineering Systems & Institute of Arts, Media and Computer Games
Institute for Informatics & Digital Innovation
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This article was published on Feb 13, 2013