Takes a collaborative, systems-level approach to environmental research to develop insights and expertise to improve and sustain the quality of the natural and physical environment, focusing on Antarctic, coastal and marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems. Learn more.
Established in 2016, this multidisciplinary institute explores: theories in crime science, modelling and analysis of date on crime and security issues, the use of computer science to assist evidence-based police, and research in psychology relevant to criminal behaviour and police processes. Learn more.
Develops research that supports iwi, Māori, indigenous nations, communities, organisations, and works with researchers to engage and focus on building key research skills related to Māori and indigenous research methods and practice. Learn more.
Specialises in addressing scientific challenges in New Zealand’s horticulture industry with cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence [AI] technology solutions that produce competitive advantage, as a collaborative partnership founded by horticultural-aligned companies from the Bay of Plenty. The University of Waikato is a shareholder. Learn more.
A collaboration to support Scion’s Forest Flows research programme through the analytics capability of the Time-Evolving Data Science / Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Open Environmental Science (TAIAO) platform. Learn more.
The University of Waikato has an existing relationship with Cardiff University, and the AI Institute is now connected with the following -
The Artificial Intelligence Institute works with Research Institutes based at the University of Waikato and elsewhere.