Department of Computer Science
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The artificial human body - by computer design
19 April 2016At this year’s Gibbons Lectures some of New Zealand’s leading scientists will discuss advances in medical science: medical applications of computer and information technologies.
ANZAC 2016 Programming League
09 April 2016We will host the ANZAC 2016 Programming League at University of Auckland again this year (selected Saturdays). The first one is scheduled for April 9th and is planned as a warm-up to prepare for future programming contests. No costs to the student.
Science subjects rate highly internationally
22 March 2016Science subjects at the University of Auckland are highly placed in this year’s QS World University Rankings with the University rated number one in the country in almost all subjects.
APEX Biz-IT'16 | Invitation to participate in APEX Business-IT 2016 (Science Event Tags) Event as iCalendar
03 May 2016 - 06 May 2016APEX Business-IT is a global case challenge designed specially for upper year undergraduates and we thought that University of Auckland would be an especially good fit for the competition! Registration is extended until 27th of Feb 2016.
Gibbons Series: Computational Physiology Event as iCalendar
05 May 2016, 6:30pmIn the first lecture of the Gibbons Series, Distinguished Professor Peter Hunter (Director, Auckland Bioengineering Institute) will address the use of computer models that improve understanding of human physiology and proposed treatments of diseases
Gibbons Series: Finding your place in the genome: Assembly, annotation, association Event as iCalendar
12 May 2016, 6:30pmIn the second lecture of the Gibbons Series, Professor Thomas Lumley from the Statistics Department will get down to the molecular level, describing the use of modern computing and storage capacity in analyzing DNA in relation to medical applications of information technology.
Call for New Zealand Applications: L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship 2016
16 March 2016In 2016 one post-doctoral female scientist in New Zealand will be awarded with a $25,000 fellowship for a one year project. Applications close at midnight Tuesday 12th April 2016.