To enhance the research of member institutes and support the professional development of staff and students in member institutes.
To facilitate research and publication by staff of member institutes by:
- Supporting communities of practice
- Oragnising conferences
- Managing publications – journal, proceedings and any other
- Facilitating industry partnership and research
- Organising research seminars
- Providing funding advice
- Managing collaborative projects
- Professional development seminars by industry
- Liaising with professional bodies
- Alison Clear [Chair] (EIT)
- John Ascroft (Industry)
- Allan Fowler (Waiariki)
- Rosemarie Tomlinson (MIT)
- Amit Sarkar (CPIT)
- Micahel Verhaart (EIT)
- Scott Morton (SIT)
- Michael Verhaart (EIT)
- Tony Clear (AUT) [Seconded]
- Peter Osborne (Industry)
RS see the provision of a suite of vehicles for publication and discourse as a major role for the group. We have put considerable effort into reviewing the research support role of CITRENZ. One outcome of this a recognition that we have a series of publications, each of which meets a different need:
|New Zealand Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology||Fully refereed journal with the aim of publishing articles, which report applications, development and research in the area of Computing and Information Technology. Published articles have New Zealand authors and/or content that relates to New Zealand. The Journal is published twice a year.|
Proceedings of the CITRENZ Conference
|Conference proceedings serves dual role of promoting excellence in IT research and teaching, and supporting a developing research culture. Has three themes: computing education, computing research and computing practice. Has three levels of publication, fully refereed papers, reviewed papers and poster papers. The conference proceedings are a substantial document of around 500 pages|
Bulletin of Information Technology Research
|This has been discontinued. An archive of previous editions is maintained on this site.|
Each year CITRENZ holds an annual conference, the first of which was held in Wellington in 1988. Subsequent conferences have been held in various locations including Rotorua, Christchurch, Wanganui, New Plymouth, Nelson, Auckland, Dunedin, Napier, Hamilton, and Palmerston North, Christchurch, Tauranga, and Wellington.
The conference delegates are predominantly computing and information technology lecturers and industry representatives from throughout New Zealand. The 2013 conference will be held in Hamilton and we expect to have 170 delegates with an increasing participation from the international community. The 2014 Conference will be held in Wellington.
The conference delegates are predominantly computing and information technology lecturers and industry representatives from throughout New Zealand. The 2013 conference was held in Hamilton.
In 2014 we combined with the Institute of IT Professionals and held a very successful conference in Auckland.
The 2015 conference will be held in Queenstown.
- Mike Lopez (CPIT)
- Michael Verhaart (EIT)
- Alison Clear (EIT)
- Samuel Mann (Otago)
- Tony Clear (AUT)