The discipline of Computer Science at Wits focuses on educating the entrepreneurs, decision makers, technical experts and innovative thinkers of tomorrow. Computer Science is about solving problems and using computers to solve problems effectively. Our graduates have a firm grasp of software, networks, operating systems and hardware technology, but our fundamental skill is to use computers to solve problems in the real world - in many varied fields such as business and finance, engineering, communication, and the biological, physical and earth sciences.
School of Computer Science
DATE: Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 12:30
VENUE: Senate House, Room SH2143
Brad Atcheson received his PhD in computer graphics from the University of British Columbia. His work focused on acquiring digital models of physical media using low-cost hardware.
Day 1: Stream the keynote and network Wednesday 15 May
Day 2: Tales from the trenches Saturday 18 May
Please follow the link for a detailesd discription.
Google Developer Group (GDG) Wits meets on the last friday of the month at the SH2143, School of Computer Science, Wits University. We invite all wits students (member or not member yet) that develop applications using Google technology to attend our meetings and possibly do brief demos of 5 minutes or less.
Presented By: Prof Johnson Agbinya, Associate Professor of Remote Sensing Systems Engineering, Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia
Senate House, 2nd Floor, Room 2143