Visitors

First Aid Attendants & Floor Wardens

  Room Phone
Emergency Director: Moyra Ditchfield 135 2-5809
Assistant Emergency Director: Ming Lau 151

Contact Us / Hours


Bridge between the West Wing and X-Wing of ICCS

The ICICS/CS Complex

In 2005, a new building was built directly east of our original building which was previously referred to as CICSR. The new building is an addition and the entire complex has been renamed the ICICS/CS building. The two buildings share a common address, loading dock and fire enunciator panels. The addition is known as the "X-Wing."

ICICS/CS Reading Room : Technical Reports


Find technical reports from our department, UBC and beyond.

The CS Department was a participating member of NCSTRL (Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library).

UBC Computer Science Technical Reports

Adding a Technical Report (MyCS login required)

The ICICS/CS Reading Room can issue you a UBC CS TR (technical report) number. Please contact us before depositing the report in cIRcle.

ICICS/CS Reading Room : About Us

Getting Started

For Graduate students, Faculty and Staff [pdf]

Information on accessing our facilities and finding and using our resources.

For Undergraduate students, non-Departmental users and Visitors [pdf]

Information on accessing our facilities and finding and using our resources.

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.

How to Apply

NOTE TO STUDENTS ALREADY STUDYING AT UBC BUT WHO WISH TO APPLY FOR A COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE SPECIALIZATION:  Please see the "Degree Programs" page to determine eligibility. 

Why Computer Science at UBC?


UBC Students (Midterm time!)

The UBC Department of Computer Science is an internationally-renowned department, and we consistently rank among the top three computer science departments in Canada.

Why are we so successful?

Our department owes its success to four factors: our programs, our faculty, our facilities, and our student-enrichment activities. These factors work together to make your experience at UBC uniquely rewarding.

Faculty

Interdisciplinary Research and Teaching

Mentoring

Program Description

The UBC Computer Science tri-mentoring program connects students with experienced industry and UBC faculty professionals, and with fellow students. With a mentor’s help students work towards careers-related goals, meet new friends, gain different career perspectives, and become part of the larger Vancouver tech community.

How to Connect

Register as an alumni Now!

The value of your UBC Computer Science degree is reinforced and enhanced through the accomplishments of your fellow graduates. That's why we're now offering some new services that make it easy for CS graduates to stay connected with each other and one of the top Computer Science departments in Canada.

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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