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Department of Computer Science Industry Affiliates

The list below details current industry affiliate organisations working with the Department of Computer Science. To find out more about working with us please see 'ways to interact' opposite, or contact industry@cs.ox.ac.uk as a first port of call.

Industry Affiliates


Amazon Web Services support multiple research projects and DPhil students within the department through generous gifts. AWS also support undergraduate student projects.



Apex:E3 is a finTech start-up building an institutional grade market intelligence platform for retail traders. They are currently supporting the department through undergraduate group projects and sponsoring a varsity trading competition.



AstraZeneca are a global pharmaceutical company who are currently working with Blanca Rodriguez and the Computational Biology Group.




Apple, a global technology company currently work with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Bloomberg a global financial, software, data and media company support the department through tech talks, participating in the affiliate group through technical talks with undergraduate students, global student events and internships.



CapGemini, a global technology company currently supporting DPhil studentships in the lab or Marina Jirotka within the human centred computing theme.




Castleton Commodities International – a global commodities trading company participating in the affiliate group through technical talks with undergraduate students.



Cleo's not a bank - she's an AI assistant defining a new category, one that goes beyond saving and budgets to actually changing how we feel about our finances. Through chat, she provides you with deep insight about your money, while suggesting personalised financial products that increase your ability to save. Cleo are supporting the department through initiatives within the Industry Affiliate Group.


Crypto.com support research into security and automated verification in the lab of Professor Bill Roscoe.




Google DeepMind have been generous sponsors of postgraduate research and conferences including the postgraduate conference organised by the CoGS society.




Elsevier support DPhil studentships through the Centre for Doctoral Training in Health Data Science.




Google have supported the department though sponsorship of societies, events postgraduate research and gifts.




Google cloud support the Department with cloud computing resources. Currently working working with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




GSA Capital are a global trading company who support the department through initiatives within the Industry Affiliate Group.




GSK support a number of research projects and postgraduate research. Currently working with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group in addition to Blanca Rodriguez and the Computational Biology Group.



Imagia utilise cutting edge AI to accelerate the advent of personalised medicine. Currently working with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.





Global designer and manufacture of semiconductor chips. Intel support the Department with postgraduate research in AI and Machine Learning. Currently working with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Global investment bank supporting post graduate research with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Global financial organisation currently supporting research within Cyber Physical Systems.




Merck are a global pharmaceutical company currently supporting post graduate research with Blanca Rodriguez and the Computational Biology Group.




Micro:bit support the department though group projects, equipment and collaborative research projects.




Microsoft Azure support the Department with cloud computing resources. Currently working with Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Microsoft support the Department with post graduate research and internships in addition to sponsorship of societies.




Morgan Stanley a global banking organisation support the Department through gifts and through the affiliate group with technical talks and participating in the second year group projects.




Novo Nordisk are a global pharmaceutical company currently supporting post graduate research with Blanca Rodriguez and the Computational Biology Group.




Nvidia are a global GPU and SoC design company with a developing focus on AI. They support postgraduate research in the Department.




The Open Philanthropy Project currently support Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Qualcomm invent breakthrough technologies that transform how the world connects, computes, and communicates and currently support Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.



Roche are a global pharmaceutical company currently working with David Gavaghan supporting postgraduate research.




Samsung are a global consumer electronics company currently supporting postgraduate research.




The Toyota Research Institute leverage AI to improve safety, mobility and human ability. They currently support Yarin Gal and the Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group.




Venafi, a global machine identity management company, support DPhil studentships within the lab of Kasper Rasmussen in the Security theme.




Vodafone, a global telecommunications company, support DPhil studentships within the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning theme.




Waymo is supporting DPhil studentships within the lab of Shimon Whiteson in the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning theme.