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Research Student Talks 2015

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.

This year's was on 21 April 2015, and had 15 talks (not all students could manage to get to it), which were very well received. We award a prize for the best presentation each year, and this year it went to Adrian Worton, for his presentation entitled "Incorporating environmental factors into tick-borne disease models".

Research Student Talks - (PDF) schedule of research student talks, 21 April 2015, including abstracts.


Adrian Worton (right) being awarded the Best Presentation Prize for 2015 by Professor Leslie Smith.

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
Paul McMenemy Norovirus within bivalve molluscs: modelling mitigation of the virus during depuration
Iona Paterson Controlling antibiotic resistance in an aquatic environment
Brian Lee Mathematical Models of Invasive Species
Adrian Worton Incorporating environmental factors into tick-borne disease models
Omair Ameerbakhsh Towards a Participatory Simulation Framework for potentially effective E-learning in Classroom environments
Dalila Hamami When Data mining brings its force to modelling!
Jason Adair Using Evolutionary Algorithms for Feature Selection in Brain Computer Interfaces
Madhu Pahar A Novel Reconstruction Technique based on a spike code (event) representation
Mohammed Al-Mojamed Design and Evaluation of a Peer-to-Peer MANET Cross-layer Approach: OnehopMANET
Dhaifallah Alwadani Overlay Hybrid Multicast Platform
Farida Chowdhury Structured Peer-to-Peer Overlays for Mobile Networks
Saemundur Haraldsson Genetic Improvement of Energy Usage is only as Reliable as the Measurements are Accurate
Kevin Swingler Structure Discovery in Mixed Order Hyper Networks
Kevin Graham Identifier Splitting for SBSE Software Maintenance

You can also take a look at the 2014 Research Student Talks.

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