High quality fundamental research with a keen eye for application.

Utrecht Research Institute for Information and Computing Sciences

In our modern society, the digital and physical worlds are tightly intertwined. They interact with each other even in the smallest aspects of our daily lives. This results in many conveniences, but it’s also a constant source of new – and often fundamental – challenges in the field of information and computing sciences.

In our constantly changing (digital) society, the Utrecht research Institute for Information and Computing Sciences researches both novel and feasible ways to push the frontiers in science and applications. This makes us scientifically and socially relevant.

software systems
interaction technology
virtual worlds

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Docent en leerlingen tijdens een scheikundepracticum
9 March 2016
Flexible teacher training programmes to appeal to new groups of potential teachers.
Judith Leyster, Zelfportret achter ezel, ca. 1633. Bron: Wikimedia Commons
12 February 2016
NWO awards 3.6 million euros to the project ‘Golden Agents: Creative Industries and the Making of the Dutch Golden Age’.
Sjors Martens
28 January 2016
The ten interdisciplinary teams that received a seed money grant within the focus area Game Research presented themselves on 21 January.
Ivo Gabe de Wolff
20 January 2016
Best first-year Bachelor's student Computer Science of Utrecht University
v.l.n.r. Timon Knigge, Ragnar Groot Koerkamp en Harry Smit
16 December 2015
Harry Smit, Timon Knigge and Ragnar Groot Koerkamp beat out 92 other teams at the Northwestern Europe Regional Contest.

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