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See an introduction to Computer Science with Associate Professor Brendan McCane.
"[Steven Joyce] has now revealed that the southern ICT grad school school will be hosted by the South Island Tertiary Alliance, which consists of the University of Canterbury, Christchurch Polytechnic and Institute of Technology (CPIT), Lincoln University, Otago Polytechnic and the University of Otago.
It will eventually have a Christchurch campus .. and a satellite site in Dunedin."
The department congratulates Mira Guise, whose PhD thesis has now been accepted.
Mira's thesis is entitled 'An examination of polychronous neural groups as a potential substrate for representation'.