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Phil Bones

15 February 2018

Professor Phil Bones, ECE Department, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, has been elected Fellow of the SPIE, for “achievements in computational imaging and medical imaging”


15 February 2018

University of Canterbury Distinguished Professor Mike Steel has been elected as a distinguished Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).


14 February 2018

A research team from the University of Canterbury has just returned from an Antarctic expedition to find out more about the secret lives of whales, specifically Type-C killer whales.


08 February 2018

At the recent International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE2017), Professor Mitrovic and co-authors were awarded the Best Technical Design Paper award.


08 February 2018

At the recent International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE2017), CSSE department PhD student Geela Fabic received the Best Student Paper award.


01 February 2018

Three University of Canterbury researchers have won funding to examine critical questions about earthquakes in New Zealand.


29 January 2018

The 25th International Conference on Computers in Education was held in the Rydges Latimer Hotel, Christchurch, 4-8 December 2017.

Giuseppe Loporcaro

24 January 2018

An award-winning, pioneering technique for assessing earthquake damage to steel in buildings or bridges will allow engineers to give faster, more reliable information to engineers, with tangible flow-on results for insurers and building owners.


22 January 2018

In the first UC Connect public lecture of 2018, NASA engineer Tim Atkins' multi-media lecture will present an overview of NASA’s vision of landing humans on Mars; building the Space Launch System (SLS), the world’s most powerful rocket; and the array of disciplines and careers needed to support this mission.

Robust Grasshopper

18 January 2018

Applications are sought from students to undertake a masters research project supervised at the School of Forestry, University of Canterbury in association with Department of Conservation and Environment Canterbury.

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