Department

ICICS/Computer Science Reading Room


ICICS/Computer Science Reading Room (ICCS 262)

The ICICS/CS Reading Room provides dedicated, in-house information resources and assistance for the Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Computing, Information and Cognitive Systems:

Facilities


ICCS/CS Building on Main Mall

The department has facilities for learning, teaching, research, and life. From amenities like kitchens and bike storage, to lab access and study areas, the department functions as a community-within-a-community on UBC's Point Grey campus.

Health & Safety

Department members, start here! - UBC CS Safety Orientation

The department considers health and safety to be of paramount concern. Emergencies, disasters, accidents and injuries can occur at any time and without warning. Be prepared to handle emergencies.  All new faculty, staff and graduate students working in the ICICS/CS buildling must complete the Safety Orientation Checklist.

Employment

The Dept. of Computer Science recruits faculty and staff on an as-needed basis. Student positions are also available. Please check the UBC Human Resources web site for weekly job postings of staff and management positions.

We appreciate your interest in the UBC Department of Computer Science.

Building Maps

Building Maps

The ICICS/CS & X-Wing complex is located at 2366 Main Mall at UBC's Point Grey Campus. (On the maps below, north is left.) You can also choose to download and print the PDF files below.

About Us


Department circa 1975

A photographic timeline of our department

UBC's Department of Computer Science is one of the top two Computer Science departments in Canada. UBC is ranked as one of the world’s top 25 universities for Computer Science.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

 

ICICS/CS Building 201-2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4 Canada
Tel: 604-822-3061 | Fax: 604-822-5485
General: help@cs.ubc.ca
Undergrad program: undergrad-info@cs.ubc.ca
Graduate program: grad-info@cs.ubc.ca

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