UAL Creative Computing Institute
Working at the intersection of creativity and computational technologies
The UAL Creative Computing Institute (CCI) offers innovative new courses, research opportunities and a public platform to explore computer science and creative practice.
We are part of how UAL explores the technology shaping our world and prepares a new generation of talent to shape it.
That's why the Institute supports interdisciplinary teaching, research and knowledge exchange in creativity and computational technologies.
Learn more about studying creative computing, find out how you can get involved in research, partnerships, exciting events and more.
Learn to code, build apps, craft digital experiences, explore machine intelligence and more.
Extend your coding skills and areas such as machine intelligence, advanced visualisation, physical computing and more.
Are you a current UAL undergraduate? Find out how you can add a UAL Diploma in Creative Computing to your UAL degree.
A conversion masters for arts and humanities graduates to STEM, learn computer and data science skills and functional approaches to AI with industry partners.
Gain a material understanding of computational technologies in the context of creative computing research.
Explore how power relations and structures of oppression are organised, embedded and perpetuated by internet technologies.
We're inviting researchers and research students to join our interdisciplinary community - exploring computing and creative practice.
See how you can get involved and discover our annual public programme of events.
“What do you see when you see me?”
UAL Creative Computing Institute is part of an exploratory co-research project with learning disabled and autistic co-researchers. Together they have built multimedia surveys to learn about public attitudes to autism and learning disability.
Machine visions: an exploration of art, AI and creativity
UAL Creative Computing Institute invites the public to explore art, AI and creativity in ‘Machine visions’; a free, public event on 9 October at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL.
The future of music is here with Massive Attack-machine co-production
A potential game-changer for the music industry, anyone can now remix and generate their own interesting sounds simply and in high definition using AI software available via the platform of the UK sound research project MIMIC (Musically Intelligent
CCI invite the public to take part in ‘Document 1’
UAL’s CCI has teamed up with CreativeApplications.Net (CAN) to offer an exciting opportunity for the public to join cutting edge artists, designers and technologists in an event exploring how technology is expanding the potential of art and design
Dean, UAL Creative Computing Institute
Reader in Creative Computing.
Research Leader, UAL Creative Computing Institute.
Senior Lecturer and Course Leader, MSc Creative Computing.
Creative Learning Producer
Georgina Capdevila Cano
Senior Lecturer and Course Leader.
Lecturer in Creative Computing
Joel Gethin Lewis
Research Leader, UAL Creative Computing Institute