Award at top conference
2016-05-17 Andy Cockburn and co-authors from the University of Saskatchewan and Autodesk Research received an Honourable Mention Award at the annual ACM CHI conference in San Jose, California for their paper "Peak-End Effects on Player Experience in Casual Games."
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- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science UC Computer Science High Achievers Award. Up to 5 scholarships, for students who declare their major in Computer Science (and enrol in COSC 121 and COSC122). All Computer Science scholarships are listed here.
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Computer Science and Te Reo
Tracy Henderson, from our department, appears in this item on Maori Television,
doing computer science with children in ways that embrace Ngāi Tahu's
cultural beliefs and Te Reo.
Aaron Stockdill Receives Freemasons University Scholarship
Aaron Stockdill, a CSSE Honours student, has received the prestigious Freemasons University Scholarship. He was awarded $6,000 for his academic performance and his service to the community. Read More >>
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Nomination for the best paper award at ITS 2016
A paper authored by Enos Chen, a CSSE PhD student, and his supervisors Tanja MItrovic and Moffat Mathews was nominated for the best paper award at the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems ITS 2016 held in June in Zagreb, Croatia. The title of the paper is "Do erroneous examples improve learning in addition to problem solving and worked examples".
Philip Quinn successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Economic Behaviour and Psychological Biases in Human-Computer Interaction”. Examiners recommended that the degree be awarded without any amendments. Philip will soon begin his career as a Research Scientist at Google Mountain View, California. Congratulations Philip!
Award at top conference
Andy Cockburn and co-authors from the University of Saskatchewan and Autodesk Research received an Honourable Mention Award at the annual ACM CHI conference in San Jose, California for their paper "Peak-End Effects on Player Experience in Casual Games."