This page provides a list of seminars that will be presented on the dates specified at 1:00pm in the Archway 2 lecture theatre. Where available, an abstract of the seminar can be displayed by clicking on the title of the seminar.
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Success Factors in E-Business
Harsha Wijesinghe, Department of Information Science
COMP103 - What's Going On?
Anthony Robins, Department of Computer Science
Feature Spaces and Conceptual Illusions: the Metaphysics of Applied Epistemology
Carl Leichter, Department of Information Science
Situated searching on mobile location-aware guides: what people want to know, where
Jonathan Raper, City University, London
Massively Parallel MIMD Processing in Hardware
Tim Molteno and Roy Ward, Department of Physics
Robert O'Callahan, Mozilla Corporation
The Culture of Play: Engaging the Mainstream
Tim Nixon, CEO Straylight Studios
Integrated genomics resources for health and disease
Chris Brown, Department of Biochemistry
Hand Detection to Support Non-Verbal Communication and Interaction in 3D Teleconferencing Environments
Christoph John, Department of Information Science
Mid-semester break - no seminar
Integrated Genomics Resources For Health And Disease - Part 2
Mik Black, Department of Biochemistry
Wild cartographies: investigating a phenomenological mapping of wilderness landscapes
Mick Abott, Department of Design Studies
Perceptual "sameness": how do you know that that beer is still "yours"?
Mike Liddle, Department of Computer Science
"Videos in Space: Evaluating a Collaborative Virtual Environment approach to video conferencing."
Joerg Hauber, University of Canterbury
The Devil is in the Details
Geoff Wyvill, Department of Computer Science
What is Intellectual Property?
Martin Purvis, Department of Information Science
MS Games & Graphics Workshop 2007
Holger Regenbrecht, Department of Information Science
How to measure software
Ewan Tempero, Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland
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