Consultancy and Knowledge Transfer

Computer Science and Information Systems facilitates research and knowledge transfer initiatives.

The Harlequin Project

Established in 2004 by Dr Jan Shaylor, The Harlequin Project enhances student employability through funded and experiential projects in the computing sector. Under staff supervision and instruction our computing students undertake various projects ranging from web design development through to audio and video production.

Consultancy and knowledge transfer refers to the exchange of research, methods, skills and results between the University and industry, commerce, the public sector and the wider community. The overall aim is to facilitate the development of new products, policies and services and foster creative problem-solving.