Massey University

About Massey University

Massey University is a university located in Palmerston North, New Zealand, Albany, New Zealand, and Wellington, New Zealand. Massey University has approximately 35,000 students, 17,000 of whom are extramural or distance-learning students.

Reviewers: 190

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Reviews: 1,742

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Merit: 5,968

4th in New Zealand

Openness: 3.9

2nd in New Zealand

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Reviewers from Massey University

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    Martina Battisti

    Martina is a Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at University of Portsmouth Business School. Prior, she was a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management at Massey University and Deputy Director of the New Zealand Centre for SME Research. Her research is centred on small business management and entrepreneurship. She is particularly interested in the factors that contribute to business growth and innovation and the role of policy and support programmes.

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    Gabor Kereszturi

    I completed my Master's degree (Diploma) in Geography, specialization in Geographical Information System (GIS) and Geomorphology, at the Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering at University of Miskolc, Hungary, in 2009. I moved to New Zealand to work on monogenetic volcanoes of the Auckland Volcanic Field, New Zealand in 2011. After finishing my Doctor of Philosophy degree in Earth Sciences in 2014, I have completed my post-doc research on hyperspectral imaging at Massey University. Since 2017, I have been working as a Lecturer at Massey University on variety of research topics in Earth Sceinces and Remote Sensing.

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    Sebastian Schmeier

    Sebastian Schmeier ( is a research group leader and Senior Lecturer in Bioinformatics/Genomics at the Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (INMS, at Massey University Auckland, a bioinformatics advisor to New Zealand Genomics Ltd (NZGL,, and an Affiliate Investigator at the Maurice Wilkins Centre for Molecular Biodiscovery ( His group uses a combination of computational methods and biology to answer questions in the fields of genomics and transcriptomics, with a focus on gene regulation, non-coding RNAs, and data-driven biomedical applications. Besides research, Sebastian is also highly interested in the computational and bioinformatics up-skilling of students and scientists. In addition, he is a certified software carpentry ( and data carpentry ( instructor and runs computational workshops for scientist of all fields.

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    Matt Williams

    Lecturer at Massey University.

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    Kenneth Sungho Park

    Kenneth, BSc, MSc, PGCert, PhD, FHEA, MCIOB, MRICS, PMP, KCCM, Chartered Construction Manager joined the academic staff at Massey University in 2015 from Aston University and University of Reading, where he enjoyed teaching and researching construction management areas. Having gained a BSc in Architectural Engineering, Kenneth has moved into industry working for construction and engineering companies internationally over 12 years. This allowed him to gain experience in different aspects of construction and project management from the inception to the post-completion of a construction project. Following this, Kenneth completed a PhD at the University of Reading and started working in the academia. He is a Chartered Member of Chartered Institute of Building, UK (MCIOB), a Professional Member of Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), Associate Member of SCQS (Society of Construction & Quantity Surveyors), a PMP (Project Management Professional, PMI, USA) and a member of PMI NZ Chapter, and a KCCM (Korean Certified Construction Manager, Korean Construction Management Centre/CMAA, Korea). He is a reviewer for a number of leading international refereed journals in the areas of construction management such as Construction Management and Economics, Buildings, Energies, Automation in Construction, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management ASCE and Building and Environment, etc.

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    Anne Midwinter

    My research interests are zoonotic bacterial disease (particularly Campylobacter and STEC) and bacteria affecting New Zealand wildlife