On this page you can 'meet' some of our students and get an insight into the activities they get involved with. Below, you can find links to the profiles of some of our students. They share their thoughts on the course, placements, and their extra-curricular activities. The department also runs a blog where students share their stories regarding life on campus and advice. 

Imperial Department of Computing Society

DocSoc run multiple events throughout the year, including several coding challenges and an annual hackathon. They invite notable tech speakers, connect our students with different opportunities and run a number of social events to bring together the community of students who are interested in Computing.

Visit the IC Hack website

IC Hack 20 Montage

DocSoc members

DoCSoc committee

Student videos

Automated Image Analysis

Ever wondered how to analyse the results of gene therapy experiments on brain and eye tissue much more easily and efficiently? 

Visit meet our students to find out about their career plans, industrial placement experiences and the advice they have for any new students.

third-year student project

Automated Image Analysis

third-year student project

Ever wondered how to analyse the results of gene therapy experiments on brain and eye tissue much more easily and efficiently? 

Visit meet our students to find out about their career plans, industrial placement experiences and the advice they have for any new students.

A day at Imperial College London

A day at Imperial College London

First-year Computing student

Chloe Lau is one of our first-year MEng Computing students and blogger. Read about her first-year journey in our Imperial Computing blog.

DoC Clock

DoC Clock

Doc Clock is the Department of Computing's new video series where you'll find out about some of the

In this video, our PhD students Miguel Monteiro and Margherita Rosnati take the Doc Clock interview and answer questions about themselves. Questions include; What celebrity would you like to meet for a cup of coffee?, What's the best way to start the day?, What skill would you like to master? and many more!

third-year student project

Drone playground

third-year student project

Veracity is an online educational tool that enhances the learning experience for students and the teaching experience for lecturers in the Department of Computing at Imperial through live feedback in an attractive, engaging and interactive manner.

third-year student project

Veracity: Building a Better Mentimeter

third-year student project

Marily Nika (PhD Computer Science, 2015) is an AI Product Manager at Google London and supports the development of speech technologies used all over the world. She is an advocate for women in tech and has given numerous TEDx talks receiving international recognition.

Visit PhD success stories for more interviews.