Welcome to the Department of Computing and Information Technology
The Department of Computing & Information Technology is responsible for research and degree programs in the areas of Computer Science and Information Technology. We offer B.Sc. programs in Computer Science, Computer Science & Management, and in Information Technology. We offer M.Sc. in Computer Science and M.Phil. and Ph.D. research degrees in several exciting research areas of Computing. Teaching and research are supported by state-of-the-art computer laboratory facilities which provide students with hands-on practical experience.
The following link has more details on the Department's recent Final Year Information Technology students' group project presentations...
Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming in Java
Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming in Java presents the concepts and techniques of object-oriented programming (OOP) using fundamental theory, practical code examples, and carefully designed instructional exercises. Read more here...
Dr. Noel Kalicharan - Maintaining a Track Record of Education Excellence
As a member of the Ministry of Education's Advisory Committee responsible for Computer Education in Secondary Schools from 1986-1998, Dr. Kalicharan brought his vast knowledge and experience of computer science to bear in pioneering policy in an uncharted area... Read more here...
The DCIT has its list of recent recipients of higher degrees. More details can be found here.
M.Phil Seminar by Eshwar Bachu
DATE: Wednesday 24th April 2013 TIME: 10:00a.m. VENUE: Department Seminar Room, Dept. of Computing and Information Technology, 2nd floor, Natural Sciences Building ABSTRACT: Collaborative Learning has been identified as useful tool for improving the problem solving skill of novice programmers. Read more here....
M.Phil Seminar by Shelly Ann Sooklal
DATE: Tuesday 23rd April 2013 TIME: 1:00 p.m. VENUE: Department Seminar Room, Dept. of Computing and Information Technology, 2nd floor, Natural Sciences Building ABSTRACT: This presentation will give insight into a research area known as Games for Health, particularly in the field of motion based games. Read more here....
Caribbean OpenData Conference and Code Sprint
Date: Tuesday 2nd April, 2013
Time: 10.00 a.m.
Venue: Life Science's Conference Room, Ground Floor, Natural Sciences Building, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad.
"The Caribbean Open Data Conference will be held on Thursday 11-12 th April, 2013 at the Center for Language learning at UWI. The official launch will be held on Tuesday 2 nd April, 2013 at 10 am at the life science's conference room"
The Caribbean Open Data Conference is a regional technology conference and code sprint, focused on open data, software innovation, and technology trends. Read More Here...