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Cheng Kar Shun Digital Hub

Welcome to the Cheng Kar Shun Digital Hub at Jesus College

The Cheng Kar Shun Digital Hub at Jesus College Oxford is a dynamic new space in the heart of the city, designed to bring together the brightest minds and the curious to discover, explore, use and benefit from the latest advances in digital technologies. 

The Digital Hub champions the power of collective endeavour by enabling academics at all stages of their career to study using innovative digital tools and methodologies, and to work in collaboration across disciplines, institutes and time zones on research that has a global impact.


The Hub’s tiered forum, centred on a sweeping curved staircase, provides a range of convening spaces. From small and medium-sized meeting rooms, and seated breakout areas, to the stunning lower ground floor conference arena, the Hub gives both the College, and the University of Oxford, a purpose-built facility for interdisciplinary digital research, knowledge exchange, teaching and external conferences and events.


Catch up on the latest news about the Digital Hub by clicking on the link below.


The Digital Hub Events Programme offers a wide range of interactive events, talks, workshops and performances led by Jesus researchers and collaborators, that aim to demystify the digital age, enable students to learn new digital skills and shine a light on how advances in digital technologies are transforming our understanding of the world around us.

The programme has three core themes:




Events run during term time, and the current events programme can viewed by clicking on the link below.


The Digital Hub Events Programme is led by the SOUTHWORKS Career Development Fellow for the Digital Hub and a small team of Jesus College colleagues. To contact the team, click on the link below.


The Cornmarket facade of Jesus College's Cheng Yu Tung Building, designed by MICA Architects. Image shows corner of pale cream stone building with multiple windows and people walking along at ground level Credit: Hufton + Crow

The entrance to the Digital Hub on Market Street.