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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 >>

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UCCSSE keeps leading the CS in schools initiative with workshop for primary school teachers

UCCSSE keeps leading the CS in schools initiative with workshop for primary school teachers2016-01-26.

As part of a pilot study, 29 teachers (mainly from Christchurch) got together to share ideas for teaching Computer Science in NZ primary schools. Read More >>

UK research collaborator visits ICTG researchers at UCCSSE

UK research collaborator visits ICTG researchers at UCCSSE2016-01-11.

Dr Devon Barrow, a Senior Lecturer at Coventry Business School UK and a former UC student, visited the department for two weeks in December. Dr Barrow is collaborating with Tanja Mitrovic and Jay Holland (ICTG) on a new constraint-based tutoring system that will teach forecasting.

Paper from CSSE wins best Student Paper Award

Paper from CSSE wins best Student Paper Award2016-01-06.

Jin Hong, Tanja Mitrovic and Kourosh Neshatian have won the Best Student Paper Award at the 23rd International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2015) held from Nov 30 to Dec 4, 2015  in Hangzhou, China, for the paper titled "Predicting Quitting Behavior in SQL-Tutor". Congratulations to Jin, Tanja and Kourosh!

Academic Achievement Prizes awarded for 2015

2015-12-15.

Congratulations go out to the six students awarded Academic Achievement Prizes for the 2015 year. These have been awarded to the top and runner up students in the graduating classes of BE(Hons) in Software Engineering, and BSc Computer Science, as well as the top 200 level Computer Science Student. Read More >>

Seminar: Forecasting Intraday Arrivals at a Call Centre: A Neural Network and Functional Outlier Mod

Seminar: Forecasting Intraday Arrivals at a Call Centre: A Neural Network and Functional Outlier Mod2015-12-14.

Dr. Devon K. Barrow will present his seminar on 2015-12-14 in room 315 at 10am. All welcome. Read More >>

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