Colab, the collaboratory for AUT’s Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, has signed an exclusive sponsorship agreement with global consulting firm S23M. As part of the agreement, Colab Master’s and PhD students will have the opportunity to apply for sponsorship and turn their ideas into reality.
AUT welcomes French artist and designer Antonin Fourneau as this year's Te Ataata Creative Technologies Artist in Residence.
Four AUT students, with support from the Embassy of France in New Zealand, have been selected to present their work at Europe’s largest digital festival, this month in Paris.
Despite being expelled from Secondary School and suspended from Teachers College, AUT Professor Welby Ings’ new book is about teaching.
Professor Guy Littlefair has been appointed by Auckland University of Technology (AUT) as the new Dean of its Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies (DCT) and Pro-Vice Chancellor. He will take up the position in July 2017.
It’s the new buzzword for ‘doing good well’, but New Zealand has strong roots in social innovation that predate the movement.
AUT’s role in the world’s biggest science project won a highly commended prize at the NZ Innovation Awards.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) has collaborated with Frucor Beverages to help students prepare for successful careers in the rapidly changing world of IT.
Over the past nine weeks, Frucor’s business technology team has delivered a series of Real Life sessions for Bachelor of Computer Information and Sciences (BCIS) students at AUT South Campus.
AUT has had its most successful Best Awards night yet.
The Best Awards are the country’s top Design awards and were held in Auckland on Friday 14th October.
AUT has bagged three nominations at this year’s Innovation Awards.
New Zealand SKA Alliance Big Data Challenges led by AUT and NZA has been named a finalist in the Innovation Excellence in Research and Young New Zealand Innovator category.
AUT Engineering PhD candidate Stephanie Anne Croft placed third in the Falling Walls Competition held in Canberra, Australia, where participants have to sum up their research in three minutes.
On Friday 26 August, five AUT Computer and Engineering students headed to China with Huawei.
Over the next two weeks they’ll get the rare opportunity to go behind the doors of Huawei HQ in Shenzhen and see what is involved in being the world’s biggest telecommunications technology retailer.
Twenty five projects by students and staff from the School of Art and Design and Colab have secured nominations in the country’s top design awards.
The head of NASA’s Juno Mission got a first-hand look at AUT’s Institute of Radio Astronomy and Space Research work at its radio telescopes at Warkworth last week.
Building world-leading data technology platforms that create industries and keep talented young New Zealanders in this country is the focus of a new organisation being launched at AUT tonight.
Aspiring AUT entrepreneurs are receiving a welcome boost to turn their ideas into a commercial reality through a new student entrepreneurship programme.
Inspiration from the Christchurch rebuild helped a group of Colab students win a top French design competition.
Masters students Sarah Loggie, Jacques Foottit, Lisa Clist and Jenna Gavin travelled to Paris earlier this month for the European Street Design Challenge at the Futur –en-Seine Digital Festival in Paris.
There’ll be more French digital artists-in-residence at AUT, after the university and the French Ambassador signed a Memorandum of Understanding about the newly established programme.
COLAB’s Senior Lecturer Sangeeta Karmokar is a nominee in this year’s Women of Influence awards.
The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) has announced that Charles Walker, associate professor in AUT University’s Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies and Co-Director of colab has been appointed as creative director of the New Zealand Exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
American company, Emergent Technologies, Inc has signed a deal to commercialise a novel technology platform (Btechnology) invented by award winning AUT University scientist Professor Stephen Henry. The agreement between Emergent Technologies, a leading innovation solutions company and KODE Biotech, Ltd has the potential to generate five to 10 million dollars in annual licensing fees.