Computing & Mathematical Sciences News
Dr Shane Legg started out with a Dick Smith’s computer for his 10th birthday, now he is at the forefront of a new computing revolution.
Dr Joe Burton has been in Estonia at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, addressing that question.
Hey, what about studying computer science? (11 April 2018)
Lynley St George is one of only a handful of women graduating in computer science.
Keith Soo's art needs you (10 April 2018)
Award-winning Visual Designer and Senior Lecturer Chin-En Keith Soo has exhibited all over the world under the name CEKS (his initials) and is showing two pieces at the Tauranga Art Gallery.
New position tackles the frontiers of cyber security (6 March 2018)
The University of Waikato is breaking new ground in cyber security, establishing a new Professorial role that will focus on risk assessment research and delivery.
Milestone for cyber security education (4 March 2018)
University of Waikato first in New Zealand to train internationally-renowned (ISC)2 certifications.
Learning more about the blockchain (28 February 2018)
Computer scientist Professor Steve Reeves has set up what’s believed to be New Zealand’s first blockchain researchers’ group.
Deciphering the encryption dilemma (2 February 2018)
Waikato researchers are looking at how the law needs to be changed to deal with the complex factors at play around data encryption.
Bug buster extraordinaire (2 February 2018)
Tracking down a bug in one of the world's most popular mobile systems has launched a Waikato PhD student into the Google Hall of Fame.
Collaborative Evidence Based Policing Centre opens (14 December 2017)
The initiative involving the University of Waikato and New Zealand Police brings together research and frontline expertise.
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