University of Waikato stories
Kordia Group appoints Joshua Reedy as new CISO
Kordia Group hires Joshua Reedy from Vodafone as Chief Information Security Officer, responsible for internal cyber security posture and team leadership.
2degrees promotes Emma-Kate Greer to Chief Corporate Affairs Officer
Emma-Kate Greer promoted to Chief Corporate Affairs Officer by 2degrees. Will continue to focus on sustainability and Kaupapa Mori initiatives.
University scholarship honours former Kordia CEO Scott Bartlett
ASB, Kordia and the University of Waikato have announced a new scholarship to provide financial support to outstanding students.
University of Waikato awards contract to global education technology SaaS provider
Tribal Group wins three-year contract with University of Waikato to deploy Student Marketing-Recruitment solution.
University of Waikato says it's 'game on' for esports
In what might just be a New Zealand first, budding esports stars can now study this booming industry as part of their university degrees.
Roadmap launched to grow New Zealand's robotics industry
New Zealand launches national strategy to boost robotics and automation sector, set to replace up to 46% of jobs by 2040.
Aotearoa's cyber skills shortage: The tug-of-war between talent supply & demand
Like any balance of supply and demand, there's a frustrating gap between what graduates are taught and what the market needs.
University of Waikato launches AI research institute 'Te Ipu o te Mahara'
Te Ipu o te Mahara, which means ‘A Receptacle of Consciousness’, is an institute that will explore real-time analytics in big data and machine learning.
Arista Networks to build networking infrastructure for University of Waikato
The build, which covers the university’s data centre, campus, and wireless environments, will support more than 12,000 students and 1,600 staff.
University of Waikato installs NVIDIA supercomputer to advance AI research
Supercomputer dubbed 'The Ferrari of computing' installed at University of Waikato to boost AI research capabilities.
Researchers to examine Māori perspectives on ethical data management
University of Waikato professors secure funding for research on Māori approaches to privacy and governance in the digital environment.
Kordia Women in Tech scholarship awarded to Kaitlin Te Rito
Bachelor of Engineering student Kaitlin Te Rito has scooped the Kordia Women in Technology scholarship for 2020.
NZ data scientists receive $13m to solve environmental problems
New Zealand universities secure £13m funding for project to tackle environmental issues with data science and AI.
Waikato Uni opens NZ's first esports arena
University of Waikato launches NZ's first uni esports facility.
University of Waikato's Cyber Challenge kicks off
Waikato University's CROW kicks off the largest NZ Cyber Challenge yet, led by new head Dr. Kumar.
Meet the future of women in IT
Emily Sopers wins Kordia's Women in Tech Scholarship, aiming to fix IT's gender gap.
Dr Ryan Ko steps down as head of Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato
Dr Ryan Ko exits CROW, takes UQ Cyber chair in Australia, heralding key security role shift.
Kordia launches Women in Tech scholarship at the University of Waikato
The scholarship is established to acknowledge and support up-and-coming female talent and future technology leaders.
This app can tell if your Wi-Fi is 'NetStinky'
A researcher at the University of Waikato has created a ‘NetStinky’ way of telling whether your home internet network has been breached.
Waikato businesses great at ideation but stumble at commercialisation, says expert
The Waikato might be one of the best at producing innovative ideas, but it’s not so good at commercialising them.
NZ Cyber Security Challenge confronts issues facing women in cybersecurity
NZ Cyber Security Challenge aims to bridge gender gap in fast-growing sector.
Industrial revolution will shape NZ's dairy and farming industries
New Zealand's dairy and farming sectors face major impacts from the industrial revolution, says data expert Dr Albert Bifet. #IoT #bigdata.
Kiwi partnership keeping a 'vigilant' eye on fraudsters
The University of Waikato and Vigilance are partnering to create a fraud detection tool that can spot data anomalies more accurately.
Waikato Uni researcher travels to NATO's cybersecurity hub
University of Waikato lecturer examines NATO's approach to deterring cyber attacks, highlighting the need for international norms and cyber resilience.