The BRIGHT Project organized and participated in the Science day on the 24th April 2017. The Science day was hosted by the College of Computing and Information Sciences at at the Makerere University main hall. This day coincided with the Makerere-Sweden Bilateral Research Programme Annual Planning Meeting (24th- 28th April 2017) under the theme, Making Research Work for Regional Development. The objective of the Science day was to give an opportunity to researchers and scientists at the College to showcase their research projects and any future aspirations.
The 1st edition of the Bright International Summer School 2017 on Software Engineering and IS was hosted at the College of Computing and IS in the School of Computing and Informatics Technology. The Summer school was organized by the Systems Software Centre in partnership with Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Chalmers University of Gothenburg and sponsored by SIDA. The key aim of this event was to provide a contribution to PhD students and academic/industrial researchers on latest findings in the field of Software Engineering.
Mak-Sida Annual Review Meeting October 2017
The Makerere University-SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) Annual Review Meeting (ARM) under the theme "Multidisciplinary Research for Social Transformation” visited the College of Computing and IS to review the BRIGHT project and the other two projects at the College. The Sida supported projects at the College are:
Mak-Sida Annual Review Meeting 2017
On the 20th March 2017 the Software Systems Center and the College of Computing and Information Sciences hosted Paul Maritz, a Former Vice President of Microsoft and CEO of VMWare. He visited the centre and other initiatives at the College. More details at http://cis.mak.ac.ug/index.php/news-events/latest-news/item/404-cocis-ho...
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