Computing & Mathematical Sciences News
University of Waikato's Professor of Computer Science Eibe Frank will discuss machine learning at a free public lecture on 16 July.
Torutek, truly a Waikato business (2 July 2019)
There’s a technology start-up based at Waikato Innovation Park whose workforce have something in common – they are all graduates of the University of Waikato.
One smart shirt (20 June 2019)
A shirt with sensors could help improve forestry worker safety.
University of Waikato climbs international rankings (19 June 2019)
For the sixth year running, the University of Waikato has climbed up the QS World University Rankings and now sits at 266 out of 1,000 institutions worldwide.
Waikato computer science graduates making an impact (9 May 2019)
Hamilton-based internet service provider Lightwire is always on the lookout for the best and brightest computer scientists, having hired 18 University of Waikato graduates in the last decade alone.
Waikato computer scientists have the X factor (8 May 2019)
While some employers look overseas for computer scientists to cover their needs, Hamilton software firm Company-X makes a point of hiring a large number of Waikato alumni.
Fieldays scholarship for agri students (17 April 2019)
Masters and PhD students studying at Waikato can apply for the National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship.
Hi-tech for public good (10 April 2019)
The university's WAND Group in the finals of New Zealand’s Hi-Tech Awards for its lawful interception program.
When machine learning, Twitter and te reo Māori merge (11 February 2019)
Researchers have whittled down a massive 8 million tweets, to a more manageable 1.2 million to look at how te reo Māori is being used in the genre.
Summer Research Scholarship wrap up (8 February 2019)
A successful summer of research was wrapped up at a function held at the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts on 7 February.
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