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Computing and Mathematical Sciences

Conferences

Events Index

12th NZ Human-Computer Interaction Conference (CHINZ 2011)

4th - 5th July 2011
CHINZ 2011 was the 12th conference in the CHINZ Conference series and was held on the campus of the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand. The Keynote Speakers for CHINZ 2011 were Holger Regenbrecht and Trent Mankelow.

The CHINZ2011 Proceedings are available from the ACM Digital Library.

 

NZNOG: New Zealand Network Operators Group Conference 2010

WAND: The Waikato Applied Dynamics Group
Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato
27th - 29th January 2010
The New Zealand Network Operators Group annual conference provides both an opportunity to exchange technical information, and a high-value opportunity for NZ’s networking staff to ‘network’ amongst themselves. This is New Zealand’s only technical networking conference.

 

Computing Women Congress 2008

11th - 13th February 2008
The Computing Women Congress (CWC) is a Summer University for women in computer science. It is a meeting-place for female students, academics and professionals who study or work in Information Technology. CWC provides a forum to learn about and share the latest ideas of computing related topics in a supportive environment. CWC provides an open, explorative learning and teaching environment. Experimentation with new styles of learning is encouraged, with an emphasis on hands-on experience and engaging participatory techniques.

The CWC invites women in computing, IT, and related interdisciplinary fields to submit offers for lectures, courses, and seminars. We welcome contributions from the whole spectrum of computer science and also IT-related gender research. Participants from all levels of experience and with diverse backgrounds are welcome to present or teach.

 

8th NZ Human-Computer Interaction Conference (CHINZ 2007)

2nd - 6th July 2007
The 8th annual conference of the New Zealand Chapter of ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction (SIGCHI-NZ) was held at the University of Waikato on 2-4 July 2007. Around 30 HCI researchers and students from across New Zealand and other countries attended this small but highly successful conference. The conference programme included a diverse range of technical papers with a particular focus on design as an important aspect of HCI, and keynote talks by Professors Ian Witten and Hazel Gamec. The conference also included a one-day graduate students workshop on Interaction Design, which was attended by 10 students who presented their research work, and participated in presentations given by Associate Professor Mark Billinghurst and Dr Masood Masoodian.

 

5th New Zealand Computer Science Research Student Conference (NZ CSRSC 2007)

10th - 13th April 2007

 

Computing Women Congress 2006

11th - 19th February 2006
The Computing Women Congress (CWC) is a Summer University for women in computer science. It is a meeting-place for female students, academics and professionals who study or work in Information Technology. CWC provides a forum to learn about and share the latest ideas of computing related topics in a supportive environment. CWC provides an open, explorative learning and teaching environment. Experimentation with new styles of learning is encouraged, with an emphasis on hands-on experience and engaging participatory techniques.

The CWC invites women in computing, IT, and related interdisciplinary fields to submit offers for lectures, courses, and seminars. We welcome contributions from the whole spectrum of computer science and also IT-related gender research. Participants from all levels of experience and with diverse backgrounds are welcome to present or teach.

 

Computing Women Congress 2005

5th - 13th February 2005
The Computing Women Congress is a conference for female students, academic and professional staff who study or work in Information Technology. Presentations will range from short seminar talks to extended lectures, covering the whole spectrum of computer science and also IT-related gender research. The CWC will run during February 2005 at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.

The Computing Women Congress is the first Pan-Pacific congress for women in IT; we welcome submissions from around the world, but primarily focus on those from the Pan-Pacific region. The congress aims to provide role models for those early in their computing careers and also a meeting place for those well into their careers. We welcome female students at undergraduate and graduate level, and professionals from academic, scientific or commercial backgrounds. Participants may stay for a single day only or for a few days up to the whole week.

CWC provides an arena to learn about and share the latest ideas of computing related topics in a supportive environment. CWC provides an open, explorative learning and teaching environment. Experimentation with new styles of learning is encouraged, with an emphasis on hands-on experience and engaging participatory techniques. Each day of the CWC will offer a number of individual courses followed by a keynote presentation in the evening.

CWC will run from 5th-13th February 2005, at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Further details about CWC can be found online at http://www.cwc.org.nz/2005/

 

NZNOG‘05: New Zealand Network Operators Group Conference

WAND: The Waikato Applied Dynamics Group
Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato
2nd - 4th February 2005
The New Zealand Network Operators Group annual conference provides both an opportunity to exchange technical information, and a high-value opportunity for NZ’s networking staff to ‘network’ amongst themselves. This is New Zealand’s only technical networking conference.

 

APCHI 2004: 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Human Interaction &
5th New Zealand Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction

29th June - 2nd July 2004
The Sixth Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (APCHI 2004) will take place at the Royal Lakeside Novotel Hotel, Rotorua, New Zealand from June 30th to July 2nd 2004. It will also incorporate the 5th SIGCHI NZ Symposium on Computer Human Interaction.

APCHI 2004 is the sixth regional HCI conference for the Asia-Pacific region and provides a unique opportunity within the region to keep abreast of the latest developments in the area. It attracts researchers and practitioners from around the world and with a wide range of interests, including human factors and ergonomics, human-computer interaction, information systems, software engineering, artificial intelligence, design, social sciences and management and associated disciplines.

APCHI 2004 will bring together HCI scholars, engineers and computer practitioners in business and industry to present and discuss their latest work, exchange and share their experiences, and explore new ideas and research results on all aspects of Computer-Human Interaction.

 

NZNOG‘04: New Zealand Network Operators Group Conference

WAND: The Waikato Applied Dynamics Group
Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato
29th - 30th January 2004
The University that first brought the Internet to New Zealand will be hosting the third annual New Zealand Network Operators Group (NZNOG) conference at the end of January.

The conference will be hosted by the Waikato University WAND Network Research Group from 29 - 30 January 2004. Staff from network companies including Telecom, Ihug, Cisco and others from around the country will meet to discuss networking issues in New Zealand.

A series of workshops and tutorials will also be run the day before the conference on 28 January.

Conference organiser and leader of the WAND group, Associate Professor Tony McGregor, says the conference is an opportunity for technical staff from different ISPs, private network operators and equipment manufacturers to meet face to face and talk about current developments in New Zealand networks.

 

PAM–2000: Passive & Active Measurement Workshop

WAND: The Waikato Applied Dynamics Group
Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato
Monday, Tuesday
3–4 April 2000
A workshop on passive and active measurement techniques for high speed computer networks and the Internet.

 

The Third New Zealand Computer Science Research Students’ Conference

Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato
Tuesday – Friday
6–9 April 1999
In 1992, 1995 and more recently in 1999 the Department of Computer Science hosted The New Zealand Computer Science Research Students' Conference. This successful and interesting conference brings together computer science research students, from the length and breadth of the country, to present their work to an audience of their peers. A marae in the university grounds was used for both the presentations and sleeping quarters, with a trip to some local hot pools and a barbecue laid on a evening entertainment.

For more details see http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/GradConf.

 


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