Department of Computer Science


Notices

  • The Biennial Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems
    12 July 2016
    The Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems will be awarded to the New Zealand individual (whether from academia or industry) who has made the greatest contribution to the field of Open Systems in the past two years. Application closing date is 30 July.
  • Paid summer internships available at EROAD
    31 August 2015
    EROAD are currently recruiting for five summer internship roles from November 2015 - March 2016. These roles would suit someone studying either a Computer Science or Engineering degree.
  • COMPSCI timetable and room allocations for 2013
    20 February 2013
    Find the times and rooms for classes this semester
  • COMPSCI timetable and room allocations for Summer School
    12 December 2012
    Find the times and rooms for classes this semester
  • COMPSCI exam timetable for semester 2
    19 October 2012
    Fnd out when your exam is
  • Student subsidies available to attend the /dev/world/2012 conference
    28 August 2012
    The Apple University Consortium (Australasia) (AUC) will hold their fourth /dev/world/2012 conference for the Apple developer community on 25 and 26 September 2012 in Melbourne.
  • Computer labs opening times during the exam period
    18 June 2012
    Find out the opening times for the computer labs during semester and the semester breaks.
  • Research Fellow Position
    The fellowship will be used to support an early career researcher who is deemed most likely to become a leader in the field of open systems research. The definition of open systems is broad and includes interoperable systems with standards-based and well documented frameworks of functionality and interfaces – not necessarily, but preferably, free and open-source. The fellow will be associated with an academic mentor within the Department of Computer Science who researches in fields closely aligned with the interests of the fellow. The fellow will be expected to follow an independent line of research in the open systems field during their time at the University of Auckland.