Past Events

AUT Mathematical Sciences Symposium

Thursday 23 November - Friday 24 November 2017

The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG) within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Mathematical Sciences Symposium.

Symposium Booklet


 

Computer Science for High Schools 2017

13 – 14 November 2017
WG Building
AUT City Campus

Computer Science for High Schools is a conference focused on preparing high school teachers to deliver computer science and programming skills for meeting the NCEA standards. This workshop is primarily a professional development opportunity for teachers to improve their knowledge of, and skills in particular areas of IT. For full details, visit http://www.cs4hs.aut.ac.nz


 

Tech Week at AUT

Saturday 13 May 2017
AUT City Campus

TechWeek comprises more than 100 events curated into a diverse programme focused on finding local answers to global questions. AUT is proud to host two free events addressing gender and diversity in tech. 


 

Google on campus: Inclusion in hacking

5:30pm-7:30pm
Thursday 23 March 2017 
WG308, Sir Paul Reeves Building
55 Wellesley Street
AUT City Campus

Students $5, Professionals $10

Calling all students and professionals interested in diversity!  


 

Joint NZSA and ORSNZ Conference

Monday 28 – Wednesday 30 November 2016

AUT will be hosting the Joint New Zealand Statistical Association/Operations Research Society of New Zealand Conference.
Register!

 

Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences Project Exhibition 2016

Wednesday 5 October 2016
2pm - 7.30pm
AUT City Campus

This is a great chance to meet with engaged and enthusiastic final-year engineering, computer and mathematical sciences undergraduates who're about to embark on their next journey - employment and careers. They’re looking forward to showing off their work and discussing the outcomes of their year-long research projects.


 

Public Lecture - Juno: Mission to Jupiter

6.00pm
29 July 2016
WG403
AUT City Campus 

 


 

AUT Mathematical Sciences Symposium

Thursday 1 December - Friday 2 December 2016

The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG) within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Mathematical Sciences Symposium.

Mathematical Symposium 2016 Booklet (PDF)
View the schedule here (PDF)
Register now!


 

The 3rd Australasian Conference on Wave Science - KOZWaves

Sunday 11 February - Wednesday 14 February 2018
AUT City Campus

Welcome to the 3rd Australasian Conference on Wave Science. This is a forum for contemporary research on wave science, promoting interdisciplinary collaborations between Australasian wave scientists, and with international researchers. It focuses on advancing theoretical, numerical and experimental techniques across the different branches of wave science, including acoustics, elasticity, electromagnetics and water waves.


 

Early Career Researcher Workshop 2017

Tuesday 31 January
Deakin University Waterfront Campus
Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Affiliated with the Australian Computer Science Week 2017 (ACSW 2017)


 

Talk: Biological Cells Response to Material Properties and Surface Topography

12.00 pm
Thursday 14 April 2016
WF 211, Level 2, WF Building
AUT City Campus


 

The Australasian Web Conference (AWC 2017)

31 January - 3 February 2017
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
As part of Australasian Computer Science Week 2017 (ACSW 2017)


 

​​A Fairly Random Journey Through The History Of Science - With A Personal Perspective

4.30pm - 5.30pm
Tuesday 12 April 2016
WA Conference Centre, WA Building, Level 2
55 Wellesley Street East
AUT City Campus


 

Image and Vision Computing New Zealand 2015

23–24 November 2015
University of Auckland
Faculty of Engineering
20 Symonds Street
Auckland Central

The 30th International Conference on Image and Vision Computing New Zealand (IVCNZ 2015) will be held on 23 and 24 November in Auckland, New Zealand.

This is the first time that the conference has been organised by AUT.

Image and Vision Computing New Zealand is New Zealand's premier academic conference on all aspects of computer vision, image processing, computer graphics, virtual and augmented reality, visualization, and HCI applications related to these fields. 


 

Data Science Research Group Launch

Friday 6 November

9am - 1.30pm

WA224A City Campus

You are invited to the launch of the Data Science Research Group (DSRG) on Friday 6 November from 9am – 1.30pm. This event will provide an overview of the objectives and vision of the DSRG.
  • Meet the DSRG team and hear from the founding members
  • Engage with industry partners and hear their views on current research trends in data science
  • Understand AUT’s approach towards Big Data and the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).
It’s also a great opportunity for you to connect with like-minded individuals and address the opportunities and challenges within the field of Data Science.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided. RSVP to Muhammad Asif Naeem (mnaeem@aut.ac.nz) by 03 November. View the schedule for the day.

 

2015 AUT Mathematical Sciences Symposium

7 - 8 December 2015
AUT Tower, Corner Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Auckland CBD
Open to all, no registration fee
Register now!

The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG), School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Symposium at AUT Tower, Corner Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Auckland CBD.

 

PIGSTY Creative Gaming Symposium

8 September 2015
9am - 5pm
Sir Paul Reeves Building (WG404)
AUT City Campus

Colab in collaboration with the School of Art and Design and the School of Computer and Mathematical Science are pleased to announce the inaugural AUT PIGsty (Play, Interactivity and Games Studio) Symposium.

Creative Gaming (CG2015) is an event to launch the first in a series of annual academic symposia that will showcase creative gaming, playful interactivity and serious games.

The aim of the symposium is to be an international, national and interdisciplinary conference for researchers and professionals across all areas of play, games and human-computer interaction. The goal of the first symposium is to highlight and foster discussion of current high quality research in creative gaming as foundations for the future of playful interactivity and serious games.

The event includes panels and presentations from both industry practitioners and academic researchers, plus a showcase of the capabilities of AUT University students. Find out more here.


 

AUT ICT Careers Fair 2015

11.00am - 2.00pm, 29 July 2015
WA224 - The Conference Centre, City Campus

An opportunity for students and graduates to meet with organisations within the ICT industry to find out about employment opportunities.

 

The Connected Car

5.30pm – 8.00pm, 22 October 2014
Sir Paul Reeves Building, Auditorium, Level 1
AUT's City Campus, Mayoral Drive, Auckland City

An exclusive opportunity to hear about BMW’s research and development with autonomous vehicles.

Featuring presentations by Dr Jan Loewenau, Head of the Connected Drive Project for BMW in Munich, Germany, and Clemens Dannheim, Senior Consultant on the project.

 

2014 Mathematical Sciences Symposium

27-28 November 2014
AUT Tower,  AUT.

The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG), School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Symposium focusing on Analytics and Applied Mathematics.

Download the symposium timetable and abstracts of talks

 

The 38th Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC 2015)

27-30 January 2015
Sydney, New South Wales

Held in conjunction with Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2015)


 

AUT ICT Careers Fair

11.00am - 2.30pm, 30 July 2014
WA224 - The Conference Centre, City Campus

An opportunity for students and graduates to meet with organisations within the ICT industry to find out about employment opportunities.

 

Australasian Computer Science Week 2014

20 - 23 Jan 2014

Australasian Computer Science Week (ASCW) represents the largest Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC) annual gathering of computing educators and researchers in Australasia. 


 

2014 7th International Workshop on Context-Awareness and Personalization in Cloud and Service Computing (PCS 2014)

12-14 October 2014
Thessaloniki, Greece

Held in conjunction with The 14th International Conference on Web Information System Engineering (WISE 2014).
 

Talk: Stereo Vision Under Challenging Conditions

2.00-3.00pm,  28 February 2014
WT 126 
AUT Tower,
Wakefield Street

Attend a talk on stereo vision algorithms covering stereo confidence measures and challenges in stereo matching.

 

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