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Auckland University of Technology is proud to be one of the world’s best modern universities. Across all programmes we challenge routine thinking and encourage innovation and the exploration of new technologies. We place an emphasis on working across disciplines in research, and in teaching and learning and are connected to an extraordinary range of organisations worldwide, sharing expertise and resources and collaborating on groundbreaking research. AUT has more than 60 research centres and institutes, delivering leading research from artificial intelligence to robotics, and ecology to public health. The Times Higher Education ranks AUT first in Australasia for research impact.

  • http://www.aut.ac.nz
  • lindsey.white@aut.ac.nz
  • 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
  • 006499219999

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is proud to be one of the world’s best modern universities. We offer exceptional learning experiences that prepare students to be successful wherever in the world their career may take them. Across all programmes, we encourage innovation and entrepreneurship, and the ability to explore new technologies, challenge routine thinking and solve problems in new ways. As a contemporary university we also place an emphasis on working across disciplines in our research, and our teaching and learning. We’re connected to an extraordinary range of organisations worldwide, sharing expertise and resources, collaborating on groundbreaking research, and connecting students with industry leaders and employers. AUT has more than 60 research centres and institutes delivering leading research from artificial intelligence to robotics, and ecology to public health. The Times Higher Education ranks AUT number one in Australasia in terms of research impact.

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Professor Lindsey White with Undaria

Credit: AUT

Drs Kay Vopel (AUT), David Plew (NIWA) and Michelle Simone (AUT)

Credit: AUT

CURRENT PROJECTS

RP4 Environment and Ecosystems

4.20.004

A novel approach to measuring the depositional footprint of the Blue Economy