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Comp Soc

 

We are the University of Nottingham’s Computer Science Society. Our society consists mainly of Computer Scientists but we welcome anyone with an interest in our subject to join. The Society’s purpose is promote and help maintain a community around Computer Science as well as to aid student interaction between different years of study and areas of interest.

To do this we hold regular socials and run several events throughout the year. CompSoc exists because we believe that community is a very important part of the university experience. From meeting new people to making industry contacts to getting a helping hand when you're not feeling at your best. We try our best to tailor our events to as many people as possible. Time wise, you can spend as much or as little time as you want at our events.
 
You can get in touch with us through a multitude of avenues:
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/uoncompsoc/
Slack - www.uoncompsoc.slack.com
Website - uoncompsoc.com
Twitter - @compsocnotts
 
Find our event info on Facebook and our Website. Join our slack and get to chat with us or others on your course and follow us on twitter.
 
And we're pretty much always around the A32 lab! Come say 'Hi' if you haven't already!
 
Key Points About CompSoc:

- We are a means of support for the Computer Science student community

- We are strongly linked with the Computer Science department

- We are a social community for the Computer Science department, but anyone within the University can join

- We provide career help and support

- We are an educational community, hosting guest lectures and topical trips

 

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Committee


Academic Secretary
Arjun Dhall
First Year Secretary
Jack Adams
General Secretary
Matthew James Kempa
President
Sahra Ahmed
Publicity Secretary
Mubtasim Hossain
Social Secretary
Samuel Robert George Copping
Treasurer
Karishma Patel
Women's Secretary
Simrandeep Kaur
 

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