News

The latest news on the Centre for Software Innovation as well as CSI programmes and projects.

Three Auckland based conferences organised by The Department of Computer Science

Dear CSI newsletter subscriber,We have three opportunities for you to participate in Auckland based conferences being organised by Computer Science Department members: IEEE/ACM Automated Software Engineering Conference (ASE), 2009 16th-20th NovemberComputer Vision Symposium, 8 DecemberAustralian Software Engineering Conference 2010 Call for industry track papers, deadline 7 December Each...  read more »

The 24th IEEE/ACM International Conference on AUTOMATED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

Dear CSI neswsletter subscribers,We would like to make you aware of a major international software engineering conference, Automated Software Engineering, being run here in Auckland in November this year with heavy involvement by CSI members.Details follow - we'd encourage you to take up the opportunity to hear a range of world leaders in this important area.John  HoskingDirector Centre for S...  read more »

CSI Academy 2009 - sign up now! Deadline 19th September

The University of Auckland’s CSI Academy internship programme is running again this year, and we are seeking company involvement. The CSI Academy is a structured summer internship scheme, organized by the Centre for Software Innovation and aimed at facilitating academic and industry interaction....  read more »

CSI Extenda 2009 and request for participation in a research project

Dear Centre for Software Innovation newsletter subscribers, We have recently updated our mailing list adding a large number of new companies and individuals we have been working with. Welcome to you all. If we have inadvertently added your name in error, please note the unsubscribe information at the end of this newsletter. We have two pressing opportunities we would like to make you aware of....  read more »

Peter Gibbons Memorial Lecture Series 2009. Computing: From Theory to Practice

The University of Auckland Department of Computer Science is initiating an annual series of lectures named the "Peter Gibbons Memorial Lecture Series" in memory of Associate Professor Peter Gibbons, who sadly passed away early in 2008....  read more »

The Object Oriented Concepts Survey

Dear CSI subscribers,Ewan Tempero, from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and Tony Gorscheck, from Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden, are looking for software developers to complete a survey on object-oriented design. They are interested in finding out whether the theory taught in software design courses is actually used in real software development....  read more »

Network 09-Get Connected 17 April 2009

Dear CSI subscriber, We would like to alert you to a new initiative by IET for building a relationship between students and companies. This complements programmes such as our own CSI Academy by providing a network-based opportunity to meet with students, graduates and other companies. Are you interested in attracting the best engineering and technology minds Auckland has to offer?...  read more »

Academy 2008 - sign up this week

Reminder - the deadline for company registration and project descriptions is this Friday, 7th November. Please go to the Company Sign Up page, register you company, then login to register your proposed project description(s).  The University of Auckland’s CSI Academy internship programme is running again this year, and we are seeking company involvement....  read more »

CSI Director wins national award

CSI Director Professor John Hosking was awarded a National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award at a ceremony at Parliament Buildings on Wednesday night. This reflects both his passion for teaching (and research supervision in particular) and his advocacy for mentoring and industry engagement programmes such as the CSI Academy and Extenda programmes....  read more »

CSI June 2008 Newsletter

Welcome to this occasional newsletter from the CSI team. We have been pretty busy recently and felt a newsletter was the appropriate way to highlight some of  our achievements and opportunities coming up. We hope you find it of interest....  read more »