The Scottish Informatics & Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) PhD Conference has been an annual event for almost a decade. It marks a time where PhD students attending universities all around Scotland get together for a couple of days. During the event students get to attend interesting workshops, talks and social events. Whilst having a chance to showcase their work through the annual student poster competition.

The 2018 SICSA PhD Conference will be held at Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University on the 28th and 29th of June.

The event is open to all PhD students in Computer Science and Informatics in Scotland. There are no registration fees and accommodation is provided free as the event is fully funded by SICSA. Due to the popularity of the conference, please register early to avoid disappointment. You can sign up on the registration page.

The conference is organised by a committee of PhD students, University staff and members of the SICSA Executive.

For information pertaining to attendance at the event, please visit the 'Attending' tab and view the accommodation, venue or social event pages.

More detailed information on the conference will be added as and when the program is confirmed.