Computing & Mathematical Sciences News
New Professorial Appointments for Waikato (5 February 2021)
University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has announced academic promotions for one new Professor and 15 Associate Professors.
AI experts from the University of Waikato continue to make the lives of everyday New Zealanders easier with their latest commercial collaboration with the parking management company Parkable.
Waikato University computer science students help Africa medical charity (17 December 2020)
An international charity which finds sponsorship for medical students to study in Africa has had a helping hand from a team of Waikato University computer science students
Global experts converge to unleash potential of AI for finance sector (18 November 2020)
The University of Waikato is launching a new event series designed to showcase the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for specific industries, bringing together leading experts from around the world.
Computer science student Leo Oliver-Dowling has been tinkering with computers since he was 13. Now, his skills have been rewarded with a postgraduate scholarship worth $20,000.
Discover AI and help shape New Zealand's future (20 October 2020)
Do you ever wonder how Siri or Alexa pull information from the web, turn on home appliances and perform everyday tasks for us? It’s all down to Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the ability of machines to seemingly think for themselves.
A team of University of Waikato researchers have successfully secured $6m funding over four years in the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) Endeavour Fund round.
Waikato researchers receive $26.9m in MBIE Endeavour funding (17 September 2020)
The University of Waikato has successfully secured funding for three projects, worth a total of $26.9m, in the latest MBIE Endeavour Fund round.
Waikato research to support transition to net-zero-carbon process heat sector by 2050 (16 September 2020)
University of Waikato School of Engineering Professor Michael Walmsley will lead a seven-year research programme to reduce energy-related greenhouse gas emissions, thanks to $12.5m in funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Kīngitanga Day celebrations go virtual (14 September 2020)
The University of Waikato commemorated its special relationship with the Kīngitanga in a new way this year, with Kīngitanga Day celebrations live streamed to a worldwide audience, as well as being hosted in person on both its Hamilton and Tauranga campuses.
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