The Division of Computing Science and Mathematics organises an annual PhD Research Students Day at which all research students get an opportunity to showcase their work and obtain feedback from both academics and fellow students.
Research Student Talks - (PDF) schedule of research student talks, 06 Feb 2014, including abstracts.
Iona Paterson being awarded the Best Presentation Prize for 2014 by Professor Evan Magill, Head of Division.
The following table lists the students and the titles of their talks. Click on a talk title to download the PDF of the slides of that talk.
|Student||Title of Talk|
|Saemundur Oskar Haraldsson||Automatic Software Improvement|
|Omair Albakistani||Towards a generalised agent-based participatory simulation framework for social e-learning|
|Mohammad Al Mojamed||Adaptable Approach for P2P over Mobile ad hoc networks|
|Kevin Graham||Identifier Splitting for SBSE Software Maintenance|
|Dalila Hamami||SBML for optimizing decision support tools|
|Iona Kirsty Paterson||Controlling antibiotic resistance in an aquatic environment|
|Muhammad Ilyas||A novel Computational Intelligence based Clinical Decision Support System for predicting growth in short children|
|Adrian Worton||Incorporating environmental factors into tick-borne disease models|
|Hani Alharbi||Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Unstructured P2P Systems|
|Amjad Ullah||A formal computational framework for structured populations|
|Saliha Zarine Minhas||Automating Linguistic Based Cues for Detecting Deception in Corporate Reports|
|Dhaifallah Bakhit Alwadani||Connecting Multicast Islands Using Tunnels and Peer- to-Peer Overlays|
|Abdulrahman Alalshekmubarak||A noise robust Arabic speech recognition system based on the echo state network|
|Paul McMenemy||Depuration dynamics of norovirus within Pacific oysters|
|Farida Chowdhury||Structured Peer-to-Peer Overlays for Mobile Networks|
|Madhurananda Pahar||Re-synthesis of sound from spike codes: beyond the auditory nerve and Onsets|
|Erin Scott||Integration of life stage models of the Pacific oyster: Challenges and outcomes|
|Kevin Swingler||A Walsh Analysis of Multilayer Perceptron Function|