The WZ building – the new home of our School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences – represents a new way of teaching and learning for AUT.
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 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.
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.
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.
The bright blue stars known as the Seven Sisters are known for marking the beginning of Matariki- or the Māori New Year.
The CEO of cloud service provider Andrew McPherson will be the third speaker at this year’s STEMprenuers speaker series.
The traditional concept of office workers stuck at desks all day is changing.
An increasing number of workplaces are allowing employees to work remotely (teleworking) but very little is known about the practice in Australasia. A new project involving AUT researchers aims to learn more.