SI^NZ held its fourth AGM

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Software Innovation New Zealand (SI^NZ) held its fourth AGM on 24th November 2020 (online/virtually). The meeting was attended by members, representing Auckland University of Technology, Massey University, University of Auckland, University of Canterbury, University of Otago, and Victoria University of Wellington.

At the meeting we discussed the operation of SI^NZ in 2020, and the disruption caused by COVID’19. Members’ successful funding bids and research achievements in 2020 were also discussed, as well as upcoming funding opportunities and conferences. Further, we agreed to start a monthly online seminar series involving members, overseas guests, and industry partners with R&D focus.

Finally, officers were elected at the meeting where all officers were re-elected.

Joining SI^NZ

If you are an active software engineering researcher based in New Zealand and would like to join or know more about SI^NZ, please contact our Treasurer and Membership Officer, Kelly Blincoe or the local executive member at your university.

Photo: (from top left corner) Ewan Tempero, Sherlock Licorish, Matthias Glaster, Tony Savarimuthu, Stephen (Steve) MacDonell, Jim Buchan, Kelly Blincoe, Fabian Gilson, Amjed Tahir, Jens Dietrich, Craig Anslow, James Noble, David Pearce, Robert Amor,  Simon Hoermann, Markus Luczak-Roesch