Department of Computer Science
Welcome to the University of Auckland's Department of Computer Science, the country's largest, most diverse, and most accomplished. The department was founded in 1981. It now has more than 40 academic staff and 80 research students, and an ever-growing cohort of undergraduates.
Our department is ranked number 38 in the world according to the 2013 QS World University Rankings.
Welcome from the HOD
Professor Robert Amor is pleased to welcome you to our Department.
Find out where we are and how to contact us.
The Department is proud to congratulate staff and students who have been recognised nationally or internationally.
Computing History Displays
The Department takes pride in preserving the heritage of computing.
Gibbons Lecture Series
The Department hosts an annual series of lectures intended to describe ongoing research in Computer Science to a wider public.
Visitors to the Department
Each year numerous academic staff from other universities worldwide make extended visits here. If you wish to join them, please follow this procedure.
Seminars and talks are frequently hosted by the Department and associated research groups. Staff and students are warmly invited to attend.
Computer Science Sculptures
"Mainframe" is a kinetic sculpture that can add two 2 bit binary numbers to give their 3 bit sum. It is one of three sculptures by the New Zealand artist Leigh Christensen housed in the Department of Computer Science.