University of Canterbury
Computer Science and Software Engineering
Welcome to Computer Science and Software Engineering
The department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) at the University of Canterbury has a strong international reputation. It teaches courses that are reviewed regularly against international standards, and its graduates are in strong demand. The lecturing staff are also active researchers, and have one of the best records of research publications in the Pacific region.
- PhD Scholarship: Dynamic path planning for a vine pruning robot (doc, 50KB).
- COSC 200-300 level prerequisites (pdf, 66KB).
Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Canterbury,
Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8140, New Zealand
| Janina Voigt, Master of Science in Computer Science
Issue 4/10 of the departmental newsletter is available now (pdf 1MB)
Please refer to the CSSE seminars page.
News and Features
2013-02-26: UC Computer Science PhD students win awards at CHI conference. Stephen Fitchett will receive a Best Paper Award and Joey Scarr will receive a Best Paper Honourable Mention award at CHI 2013 in Paris in May this year. Read more »
2013-02-25: FIVE new Orion Health Computer Science Scholarships for undergraduate students have been created and are available for this year. Applications close end of March. Read more »
2013-01-31: Congratulations to Professor Tim Bell who received the ABZ "Ehrenmedaille" (medal of honour) from ETH university in Switzerland. This was presented for his fundamental contribution to computer science education through the Computer Science Unplugged project. The presentation was a part of the Swiss Day for teaching informatics. Read more »
2012-12-3: One of our Ph.D students, Philip Buchanan, received the Best Poster award at the Image and Vision Conference (IVCNZ-2012) held at Dunedin from 26th to 28th Nov 2012. Congratulations Philip!
2012-11-30: New B.E. (Hons) in Software Engineering Read more »
2012-10-17: Our department has been ranked in the top 101-150 Computer Science departments in the 2011 International QS World University Rankings.
2012-08-22: Professor Tim Bell has won the 2011 UC Innovation Medal. Congratulations Tim! Read more »
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