Computer Science & Philosophy

Computer Science & Philosophy

Why Catz?

  • Computer Science and Philosophy is a new degree at Oxford, combining aspects of the two constituent subjects.  The two subjects have much in common, being based around rational inference and logic; the development of Computer Science has opened up new areas of Philosophy, such as Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy of Computation.
  • Catz is one of the leading colleges for the degree; college tutors were instrumental in establishing the degree.  We take one or two students each year.

Associated Staff

BS, Dipl Ing EPITA, MSc Paris VII, PhD Montreal
College Lecturer in Computer Science
BA Lond, MPhil UCL, PhD Warwick
College Lecturer in Philosophy
Dipl TU Dresden, DPhil Oxf
College Lecturer in Computer Science
Departmental Lecturer in Theoretical Computer Science
BSc Tehran, MSc Toronto
College Lecturer in Computer Science
BA
College Lecturer in Computer Science
MMath Warw
College Lecturer in Computer Science
BA Pomona, MA Oxf, PhD Princeton
Fulford Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science
Fulford Clarendon Associate Professor in Philosophy of Mind
MA, MSc, DPhil Oxf
Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science
Professor of Computer Science
President of Senior Common Room
MMathCompSci Oxf
College Lecturer in Computer Science
BA Leeds, BPhil Oxf
College Lecturer in Philosophy
MA, PhD Camb
College Lecturer in Mathematics for Computer Science, Engineering Science and Physics
BA Rice, PhD UT-Austin
Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science
Professor of Computer Science