PhD student develops computer game to help kids

22 August 2014 A University of Canterbury PhD student has developed a computer game that enables children to improve their social skills. (read article)

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Artificial Intelligence Research Lab

The AI research group is interested in a variety of research topics including, machine learning, artificial life, and evolutionary computation. Read more>>

Dependability Security Lab

Dependability Security Lab

We co-ordinate and support work in the areas of dependability, security and privacy, resiliency and survivability. Read more>>

Computer Science Unplugged

Computer Science Unplugged

CS Unplugged is a collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around.. Read more>>

PlanetLab NZ

PlanetLab NZ

PlanetLab is the global experimental networking facility, designed for conducting cutting-edge research on current and future network technologies, such as Next Generation Networks (NGNs), Next Generation Internet (NGI), and Future Internet. Read more>>

Intelligent Computer Tutoring Group

Intelligent Computer Tutoring Group

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HCI & Multimedia Lab

HCI & Multimedia Lab

Our goal is to understand human-factors in computer use, and to use this knowledge to create interfaces that are faster to learn, more efficient to use, and more subjectively satisfying than the current state of the art. Read more>>

Computer Graphics and Image Processing

Computer Graphics and Image Processing

The goal of this research group is to contribute to the advancement of research in the following areas:

  • Real-time rendering algorithms
  • Biomedical image processing
  • Mobile 3D graphics algorithms

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Project Akaroa

Simulation Research Group

Akaroa2, the ongoing research project of the Simulation Research Group, is aimed at developing automated distributed simulation, for performance evaluation studies of modern multimedia telecommunication networks, by using the distributed computing power. Read more>>

‘Engineering was the obvious first step towards starting my own business...’

Isaac Manuel BE(Hons) in Computer Engineering
PhD Student, Australian National University
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Second Place in Thesis In Three

2014-08-19 Congratulations to Jin Hong who was awarded Second Place in the "Thesis In Three" event for his presentation "Hide and Seek in Cybersecurity." Read more »

Best Student Paper Award

2014-7-10: Congratulations to Amir Shareghi Najar, Tanja Mitrovic and Bruce M. McLaren for winning the James Chen Best Student Paper Award at UMAP2014 for their paper "Adaptive support versus alternating worked examples and tutored problems: Which leads to better learning?"

Claude McCarthy Fellowship

2014-06-03: PhD student Jin B. Hong receives the Claude McCarthy Fellowship for conference travel, the 2014 Todd Foundation Awards for Excellence Scholarship and the student travel grant to attend the 44th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks, in the USA.  Read more »

Honourable Mention Awards for their full papers at the ACM CHI Conference

2014-02-18: Recent PhD recipient Stephen Fitchett and postdoctoral fellow Mathieu Nancel have both received Honourable Mention Awards for their full papers at the ACM CHI Conference. The HCI Lab had five papers accepted to the conference, with three receiving Honourable Mention Awards (reserved for at most 5% of submissions).

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