Department of Computer Science
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The Crowd Funding Goes Wild
09 April 2014Our department wishes to add to our computer history displays with an exhibit of Computer Aided Design workstations. Because our funding for elective projects is tight we have set up a “crowd funding” project to get us underway. All we need is 300 pledges of $10. Take part in the project here.
The 2014 Gibbons Lectures - Keeping Secrets: Privacy and Security in the Information Age
10 January 2014This year's lectures will investigate issues dealing with the protection of private electronic information from unauthorized access, modification, or use.
ANZAC Programming Contest 2014 Event as iCalendar
25 February 2014 - 25 August 2014We will host the ANZAC 2014 Programming League at University of Auckland again this year (selected Saturdays). The first one (of expected six) is scheduled for 15 March and is planned as a warm-up to prepare for future programming contests. No costs to the student.
International Symposium on Intelligent Transportation Systems Research Event as iCalendar
01 May 2014, 8:30am - 5pmThis symposium will introduce various international cutting-edge research and applications in ITS. Internationally recognised academicians and leading industry experts will share their insights on ITS research and its application globally.
Public Lecture: What does Privacy Mean to New Zealanders in the Internet Age? (Computer Science) Event as iCalendar
01 May 2014THE 2014 GIBBONS LECTURES: Keeping Secrets: Privacy and Security in the Information Age. The first of four lectures.
The Gibbons Lectures 2014:What does privacy mean to New Zealanders in the internet age? (Science Event Tags, Computer Science, Science Intranet, Central Event Tags, Lectures) Event as iCalendar
01 May 2014, 6:30pmBased on a 2013 survey with a representative sample of the New Zealand population, this talk will explore how, and to what extent, different groups of the New Zealand population are disclosing and protecting their personal information in varying online relationships.
The Gibbons Lectures 2014:Security in Mobile Devices (Science Event Tags, Computer Science, Staff Intranet Event Tags, Central Event Tags) Event as iCalendar
08 May 2014, 6:30pmThis lecture will discuss the special nature of security with mobile devices. In particular it will discuss problems with the Android security model and local research intended to help solve these issues.
Seminar: Programming Robotic Agents: A Multi-tasking Teleo-Reactive Approach Event as iCalendar
09 May 2014, 12 - 1pmThis talk will present a multi-threaded/multi-tasking message communicating robotic agent architecture in which the concurrently executing tasks are programmed in TeleoR, a major extension of Nilsson’s Teleo-Reactive Procedures (TR) language for robotic agents.