The Division of Computing and Mathematics is Abertay's centre for teaching, research and knowledge exchange in applied computer science and mathematics.
Our staff have substantial expertise in areas including cybersecurity, ethical hacking, penetration testing, digital forensics, computer graphics and visualisation, human-computer interaction, usable security, complex systems modelling, astrophysics, artificial intelligence, and parallel programming.
Abertay was the first university to offer degrees in Ethical Hacking and Computer Games Technology, and our degrees maintain an excellent reputation for quality and employability in these industries.
Much of our teaching is laboratory-based, and our students have access to well-equipped specialist teaching laboratories for ethical hacking, networking, Internet of Things and general software development work.
We also have close ties to industry in our areas of expertise; our staff and students provide cybersecurity and usability consultancy to businesses around the world.
The Division of Computing and Mathematics offers a specialist computing environment for teaching and research in Cyber Security. Netlab and The Hack Lab are designed to enable combined lecturing and laboratory experiments. They have an isolated, reconfigurable network and dedicated internet connection.