Thursday 29 November
Wi-fi on campus
You should look for the visitor wi-fi service. Massey people should use the Massey networks and everyone else will use the “MUGuests” (unsecured) network.
Find out more about this service on the frequently asked questions page
This is a three device 600MB capacity per person service.
Alternative services that can be reached include Eduroam and Inspire, the latter is a local ISP that provides fairly good service across Palmerston North.
- Please note: Last bus leaves campus at 7:10pm
- Session chairs for today. Please contact Jonathan firstname.lastname@example.org to assist.
- transport to Coachman. Taxi vans are here at 6.00; you may have to wait for the second round.
- late night transport back to campus from the Coachman. We will arrange taxi vans as required.
|9:05||Plenary address: Prof. Stefan Nickel|
|10:00||Morning tea break|
|10:30||Contributed talk session 5|
|1:10||Contributed talk session 6|
|2:00||Time to allow movement between rooms|
|2:05||Plenary address: Prof. Alan Welsh Chair: Ian Westbrooke|
|3:00||Afternoon tea break|
|5:10||End of formal sessions|
|6:00||Transport provided to the Coachman Hotel for Pre-dinner meet-up|
|7:00||NZSA dinner, including presentation of awards|
Contributed Session 5
|Theme||Lolly Scramble 2||Health||Energy|
Contributed Session 6
Speakers for the five lightning talks will be given at most four minutes to speak and then 30 seconds to field one question before the next speaker will start. The five speakers are Jonathan Godfrey, Rina Parry, Jonathan Marshall, Sarah Pirikahu, and Ellie Johnson. N.B. The order of the speakers has not yet been finalised.