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The School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) at Victoria University of Wellington is pleased to host the New Zealand Computer Science Research Student Conference (NZCSRSC) at Victoria University of Wellington in 12-15 April 2010.

NZCSRSC is the premier postgraduate (Masters and PhD) conference promoting ICT research in New Zealand. The main aim of this conference is to strengthen New Zealand’s ICT community by bringing students together to share their research, and establish contacts that will support future careers.

Students will gain experience in writing, submitting, reviewing and presenting their research in a supportive environment. The conference will consist of formal presentations and a poster session showcasing leading ICT research in New Zealand, along with exciting invited keynotes and workshops.

A feature of the conference will be keynote addresses by:

Rob O'Callahan on "Changing The World" - Mozilla
Sebastian Castro on "A Day In The Life of the Internet (DITL)" - .NZ Registry Services
Caida Daniel Nadasi on "Google Wave" - Google
Nat Torkington on "The Career-Spotter's Field Guide" - well known for many things
Miriam Lips on "Designing 21st Century Government: The Value of E-Government Research" - Victoria University of Wellington

Key sponsors include: Google, Pingar, The IET, InternetNZ, and VicLink.

You can find out more information about this event at http://ecs.victoria.ac.nz/Events/NZCSRSC2010/